- Mythical Number: #1080
- Culture: Medieval
- Attribute: Giant
- Behaviour: Neutral
A Giant from medieval times found in the works of the Pantagruel (1532) by Francois Rabelais (1494 - 1553). He is one of the three primary ancestors along with Sarabroth, Hurtaly and Charibroth. These Giants appear in the original edition. In later editions many more were added.
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