Also known as Man-Tiger, Satyral
- Mythical Number: #2114
- Culture: Medieval
- Attribute: Heraldic
- Behaviour: Friendly
Lympago is the name of a heraldic beast that was half-man, half-lion. However the Man-Tiger variant is half-man half-tiger. It had the body of a lion, two ox like horns and the face of an elderly bearded man. The Lympago also features in many medieval bestiaries. On rare cases the Lympago is drawn as having the feet of a Dragon. The Lympago is shown walking on all fours. The Lympago or Man-Tiger is sometimes confused with the Maticore. However these two creatures are very different. Their only similarity is the face of a man on the body of a lion.
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- 1 = Lympago should be put in a recycling bin.
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Did you find Lympago interesting? If you are skilled in art, then why not draw a beautiful, lovely illustration of the Friendly Lympago and send it to this website. For more on Angels, Demons, Giants, Wizards and monsters you could watch any fantasy really. Medieval myth has inspired much fantasy like TV series Merlin (2008 - now) and computer games like Dragon Age and Guild Wars to name a few. Then there is of course, fantasy board game, movie and TV series Dungeons and Dragons taking lots of Medieval, Greek and Norse mythical creatures all rolled into one world. You can also pop down your local Games Workshop store and look at monsters of the Brentonia army and other Medieval beasts that have made it into the Warhammer world.
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