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The Greek and Roman Gods Infographic ---- "Hephaestus' relationship isn't successful" I'd consider that an understatement

An overview of the Greek gods of myth, the main players, from Apollo to Zeus, what they do, and how they all fit together. I've always found Greek/Roman mythology interesting.

The Nine Circles of Hell

valkyriesvagina: spookyemporium: Dante’s Inferno map by somnium-maris The Nine Circles of Hell planes underworld…

Hierarchy of Angels: The Nine Choirs of Heaven - failmacaw. The tiered heavens that we do not know about, as there is no such thing as angels. Welcome to night Vale.:

angel Hierarchy of Angels: The Nine Choirs of Heaven - failmacaw. The tiered heavens that we do not know about, as there is no such thing as angels. Welcome to night Vale.

Mountain Folklore Infographic ~ Ferocious beasts and terrifying legends of mountain folklore. From Bigfoot to Brown Mountain Lights

A copious collection of cryptids, creatures, monsters, myths, and legends presented in a series of infographics.

Creating A Fictional Character

Great infographic for creating multi-dimensional fictional characters. Save this chart to help you flesh out your characters.

Foreshadowing is one of the important devices writers use in plotting their novels. Share this handy infographic on using foreshadowing like an expert.

8 Law of Foreshadowing. Adequate foreshadowing is crucial in a successful novel as a tool both for building suspense and for adequately preparing the reader for future events. The 8 laws of foreshadowing below can help you to foreshadow effectively.

"Freshwater Nixie" from "Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You" illustration by Tony DiTerlizzi.

Nixie

ignissannat: “ Freshwater Nixie, River Troll and Atlantic Sea King from Arthur Spiderwick’s Field Guide to the Fantastical World Mermaids from this book - here ”

The World’s Mythical Creatures

First of all, the basilisk a humongous snake controlled by Tom Riddle. Second of all the Black Shuck is Sirius Black. Third of all, the Cerberus is named Fluffy.