Negro D'Agua
Negro D'Água
Alternate Names/Spellings Aquatic Black, Aquatic Negro, Negro of the Water, Water Negro
Origins Brazilian Mythology, Legend and Folklore.
Alignment Chaotic Evil, Chaotic Neutral
Element Water
Species Monstrous Humanoid
Appearance Bald, black, scaled man with frog appearance and duck feet instead hands and foots.


The Negro D'Agua is a creature with origins in Brazilian mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, accounts of its existence first arose from enslaved Africans brought to Brazil.


It is said to resemble a bald Black man, lean/athletic to muscular in size, but with patches of scales on his body, fins like a fish on his head, and frog-like webbing on his hands and feet.

It has a particularly disturbing laugh.


It's a tricky and chaotic creature, which likes to knocks canoes and damage fishing tools.


He seems to be a very good swimmer, and can breathe underwater. Maybe he had some water powers.

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