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Yamata no Orochi

八岐大蛇 やまたのおろち Translation: eight-branched serpent Diet: omnivorous Appearance: Yamata no Orochi is a gigantic serpent with eight heads and eight tails. It has

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Codename: Orochi (Titanus Yamata No Orochi) TITAN/MUTO Type: Ancient Alpha Predator Animal Category: Ancient Multi-Headed Dragon Height: 490 Feet Tall O... Orochi (Legendary Style)

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Orochi

Yamata no Orochi (八岐の大蛇, Yamata no Orochi?, lit. Big Snake Of Eight Branches) is an eight-headed serpent god or kaiju from Japanese mythology that made its first appearance in a Toho film in the 1959 film, The Birth of Japan. 1 Appearance 2 History 2.1 Showa Series 2.1.1 The Birth of Japan 2.2 Heisei Series 2.2.1 Yamato Takeru 2.2.2 Onmyoji II 3 Abilities 3.1 Orochi 3.2 Tsukuyomi 3.2.1 Godhood 3.2.2 Immortality 3.2.3 Calm Spirit 3.2.4 Materialization 3.2.5 Teleportation 3.2.6 Transformation…

Yamata no Orochi (八岐大蛇 (ヤマタノオロチ), "8-branched giant snake") or Orochi (大蛇), is a legendary...

Yamata no Orochi

Yamata no Orochi (八岐大蛇 (ヤマタノオロチ), "8-branched giant snake") or Orochi (大蛇), is a legendary 8-headed and 8-tailed dragon. Yamata no Orochi legends are originally recorded in two ancient texts about Japanese mythology and history. The ca. 680 AD Kojiki transcribes this dragon name as 八岐遠呂智 and ca. 720 AD Nihongi writes it as 八岐大蛇. In both versions of the Orochi myth, the Shinto storm god Susanoo or Susa-no-Ō is expelled from Heaven for tricking his sister Amaterasu the sun-goddess. After…

Yamata No Orochi | Historia de los dragones | Josep M. Vilà

Yamata No Orochi | Historia de los dragones | Josep M. Vilà

Yamata No Orochi | Historia de los dragones | Josep M. Vilà

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