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Mythology should be used for questions involving stories or the origin of stories which will be important to some culture.

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the myths of Chinese mythology in the Norse world it would feel off. Needless to say the myths a culture has are important to keep the feel of the world. How can I make sure that the beliefs and myths of the culture fit in with the culture itself? All Culturally Correct Questions …
asked Aug 12 '15 by TrEs-2b
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As a series of anatomically correct myths, here we have the Cyclops. One of the most similar creatures to man but with 'one' noticeable difference, one eye. It seems that land animals love their two t …
asked Nov 20 '15 by TrEs-2b
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The jackalope is a mythical animal of North American folklore described as a jackrabbit with an antelopes horns. It's a popular mythological creature in hill folk culture and it made me ask a question …
asked Mar 19 '16 by TrEs-2b
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Medusa is a legendary myth about a woman with snakes for hair that turns anything she looks at into stone. How can I achieve both of those features in an animal realistically? And how would these feat …
asked Jan 25 '16 by TrEs-2b