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The Lamia is a creature with origins in Greek mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, accounts of its existence number it among numerous other frightening specters spoken of to children to warn them from harmful, dangerous or destructive behavior.
AppearancesThe lamia is said to look like the demon's mistress, some species could be confused with a female naga. It is particularly hard to identify because lamias can disguise themselves as beautiful women. There are many different species, but all originated from Greece. The most widespread and most deadly kind is the Corinthian Lamia.
BehaviorThe Lamia seduces men and when they let their guard down, she consumes their flesh.
A lamia can disguise herself as a beatuiful woman, and has razor-sharp teeth and claws.