In ancient myths, the Chimera was killed by Bellerphon on Pegasus when Bellerphon jammed a lead ball into its mouth. The ball melted, killing it with lead poison and suffocation. The original Chimera died long ago at the hands of the hero Bellerophon, though lesser Chimera still prowl the labyrinth of Crete.
The chimera is comprised of the parts of three different animals. It has the body and maned head of the lion. A goat's head is attached to its back. It has the tail of a serpent.
This beast can be killed with a group of 1 to 3 people
It can breathe fire. Its snake-headed tail has venomous fangs and excretes a venom that is acidic. It has human intelligence. It is immensely strong.
He is easily suffocated and discharged, making him an easy target for poisoning. Also, cutting off some of its heads makes it lose certain traits.
The chimera will try and pounce on its victims and bite them. It uses its hind legs to kick its traget. If it only has its lion head left, it will go on a blind rampage.
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