The Last Molfar: Bestiary

The Last Molfar: Bestiary

Ukrainian mythology is riddled with bizarre creatures that personify various aspects of nature. Some of these creatures would likely kill you, others would help. And some of them have not decided yet.
Enjoy this art inspired by Ukrainian mythology that our talented artists created as a part of The Last Molfar project.
Meet our today's guests:

Likho is often depicted as a one-eyed giant or as a terrible, tall, thin, crooked, hideous old cannibal with one eye in the middle of the forehead. The beast is quite clumsy, trees fall in its path as it walks, and it is powerful enough to destroy mountains. Likho lives in abandoned windmills.

Chort is an evil spirit that personifies corruption and villainy. Traditionally, it is depicted as a human-like hairy creature with horns and animal legs. The name Chort is used as a curse word in the Ukrainian language.

Storks are often associated with life and birth as it is believed that storks deliver babies to parents. However, for this monster, we decided to add a little bit of darkness and turn the image of a stork into a vengeful spirit that hunts people who have committed infant homicide.
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Check out our previous posts about The Last Molfar project:
Askold - the protagonist
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/B3DL38
Wyrlook - the evil spirit
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/klde92