- Mythical Number: #1944
- Culture: Middle Eastern
- Attribute: Aquatic
- Attribute: Humanoid
- Behaviour: Troublesome
- Common Type: Merfolk
The Kul is part human, part fish creature of the myths of Syria. They lived in pools, lakes and wells and trouble people by poisoning the wells. The Kul could be won over by music especially if one sang a song praising them; this would ensure a lasting friendship.
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- 2 = Nothing special.
- 1 = Kul should be put in a recycling bin.
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Did you find Kul interesting? If you are skilled in art, then why not draw a cheeky, comical or intriguing sketch of the Troublesome Kul and send it to this website. Creatures of the Arabic world have given rise to some amazing fantasy stories that have been brought to life in the modern world. One of the best renditions of Middle Eastern folklore is Walt Disney's Aladdin (1992) featuring Genies, Sorcerers and monsters. The Adventures of Sinbad (1996 - 1998) takes you through one of the greatest Arabic legendary tales filled with monsters. Arabian Nights (2000) is a fantasy adventure with magic and monsters from the famous literature 1001 Arabian Nights. Relive similar myths yourself in the popular Prince of Persia computer games.
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