Do you have a fascination with old Japanese myths and legends? Japanese mythology is full of epic tales of adventure along with deep reflections on life. Here is a link to the trailer for my upcoming short film inspired by the Japanese legend of Yasuke, the black samurai.
Hello! I'm dcom, and I am new here! I made an edit or two, and I'll check out the discussions. This wiki is awesome! I'm a PJO\MC\HoO\ToA fan, but my fascination for myths started back when I was like six. My first grade year we did World History, and spent a month or two on the Greeks. I was fascinated with Sparta, where I learned it's said that Sparta is Ares' city. Ares led me to learn about Greek mythology, that led me to read PJO, and then got me into Norse myths (YAS). I now do a lot of myth incoperated writing, mostly Norse rn. You can find me on Quotev here: https://www.quotev.com/imamonster
I also love the music produced by League of Legends, MCU, Becky G, Zendaya, DuckTales, Narnia, Star Wars, and more.
The faun (Capranthropus faunus) also known as the "silenos" or the "satyr" is a bipedal bovid native to Greece and Rome, but originally came from Planet Olympus. Males are more common than females, and they were believed to be an all-male species for a while too.
There are few things I want to point out regarding this entity.
At-kor-kamuy [アッコロカムイ/大章魚] is a mythological monster from the Ainu legends literally meaning “deity (kamuy) with tentacles (at-kor)” in Ainu language. The origin of At-kor-kamuy, according to Ainu people’s oral tradition from Toyo-ura Town [豊浦町] in Abuta District [虻田郡] (Hokkaido), tells how a giant spider called Yauskep [ヤウシケプ] emerged from earth and began destroying the villages. Upon hearing the villager’s cry for help, the Ainu deities appointed Repun-kamuy [レプンカムイ] to solve the problem; deity of sea/ocean in the Ainu Mythology. In order to save the villagers, Repun-kamuy drew Yauskep into the Gulf of Funka [噴火湾] (today’s Gulf of Uchiura [内浦湾]) and transformed the giant spid…
The Olympians are a race of energy-based beings from an extradimensional planet called "Olympus", who were worshipped by the ancient Greeks and Romans. But since humanity has long outgrown their need for deities, they no longer seek worship, and thus returned to their homeworld. As for their past attitudes, being immortal gave them plenty of time to reflect on their past misdeeds and nowadays they've decided to better themselves.
Their lineage can be traced back to insanely large humanoids known as the "Titans", specifically as offspring of the ones named "Rhea" and "Kronos".
I just shot a short horror film on the legend of the Yeti. The film is entirely in the Tibetan language (english subs) and set in the Himalayan mountains.
I'm thinking of doing a film on Roman mythology, mainly the founding of Rome and the sons of Mars, the god of war. Let me know your thoughts.
Raised by a wolf and adopted by shepherds, the twins Romulus and
Remus are unaware of their royal blood and that they are demigods,
sons of the war god Mars. It is the dawn of a new empire, one that
would change the world forever.
- Rhea Silvia
- The Wolf
- Mars, bringer of war
Space Wolves Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes, from Warhammer 40,000.
The Dragon Family is a species of the same category of how the world had viewed Dragons, the example is in that the East had Long/Asian Dragon and Drukk/Arctic Dragon as how the east had viewed dragons of the culture. While the Americas had Coatl and Amphiptere that are Serpents with Wings as the East viewed them as gods. But the complete Serpentine like the Leviathan/Sea Orc that always labeled as Dragons of the Sea and the Wyrm/Basilisk as seen in most of English to Irish Folklore as images of the Devil. The unusual is the Hydra which has multi heads, and the Basilisk/Tarasque with multiple legs and eyes. The ones more similar to Dinosaurs are the Wyvern similar to the Therapods like T-Rex and The Dragonette similar to the Bird footed Din…
- Making Norse heroes & items' articles
- Vampire & undead films and anime pages
Among the vikings, the ring was a potent symbol of power, fortune and fame. A gift of honor and form of currency, it was also sometimes a royal heirloom. The magic rings of Norse mythology were also symbols of destiny and, in their bleakest form, symbols of doom. One famous example was the cursed ring, Andvarinaut, which blighted many lives. Another ring of doom was Thor's Domhring, formed by a circle of stone statues surrounding a punishment pillar in front of his temple. The Domhring possibly symbolized the inevitability of retribution. Much more joyous and fabulous rings were Odin's astounding Draupnir which literally dripped eight similar gold rings every nine days; or Thor's Oath Ring, a symbol of fair play and good faith. The rings o…
It's official! My caribbean mythology short film made it into the 5th Biannual Simian Jimmy Short Film Festival as Official Selection. Simian Jimmy is a YouTuber with 154 thousand subscribers
PLEASE VOTE FOR MY FILM (How to Voodoo)
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Check out this video I made on Haitian Voodoo.
It features the Loa spirits, such as Legba and Baron Samedhi . Learn real magic! https://youtu.be/0TjdyxhISGk
If you like African and Caribbean mythology, check out
Hello, people of said “seemingly inactive” wiki. My name is Gabe, otherwise known as *reads username* Loki42.
I’ve been interested in mythology for a long time. And I’ve joined the Fandom a few years ago. But it only occurred to me recently to start showing my love for these things. So here I am I suppose.
Now, this isn’t my first time editing pages, and since I’ve read all of the Percy Jackson books I should be an expert on all of this (that was a joke btw 😁). I’ve done a bit of java programming blah, blah, blah I’ll just cut to the point.
I’m interested in working on editing this wiki for a long while.
Cya in a bit, i suppose...
I like how most of the Norse Gods are heroes and they care about saving lives. TheAsgardianMay (talk) 15:36, October 9, 2017 (UTC)
I think Thor is the greasts and strongest of all the gods of mythology. NorseMay (talk) 22:33, September 3, 2017 (UTC)
Hi. I'm a Phoenix. I have my own article on this wiki. Do you ur own page on this wiki? Caw. Caw.
I was just thinking the other day, that when we post an image of a photo, sculpture or painting, or any type of depiction, if possible, make sure to credit the person responsible for the image, if possible. This would included on the caption for the image.
I dont mean for any of you to spent hours searching who made what, just that in the case you come across the name of the author, include it if you can.
Hey there. As everyone on this wiki has noticed, the admins are inactive, and this is a problem as we can't delete unneeded pages and protect the wiki from trolls and vandals. I can't stand to see a wiki without active staff, so I have decided to adopt the wiki. To do this I need the support of all active users, so please leave a comment to show your opinion. I have been using wikis for more than a year, and I have succesfully adopted a wiki before, so I know how the process works. I am also an admin on another wiki, so I know what I'm doing when it comes to managing a community. And I have some coding experience so I can manage the CSS and JS of the wiki, and create userboxes and templates for everyone to use. I will leave this blog up f…
What is your favorite creature of myth that interests you?
Is it the giant?
You tell me. --Aggression25 (talk) 19:56, December 17, 2015 (UTC)
The Wiki is in need of a new favicon (the little icon that appears in the corner of this tab). If you have an appropriate proposal, please don't hesitate to suggest it in the comment section (preferably with a link to a picture).
I would've gotten to my introduction last night, but it was late and I had no straight thoughts going through my head. But it's the morning now, and I have some coffee to keep me charged. So let's begin with my introduction, shall we?
I'm Ken, but you'll come to know me as Kenwood. I joined this wiki after I noticed a small spelling error on the flying Dutchman page late last night, so I decided to join the wiki, and hey, I figured why not stick around and do somethings on this website, get to know the community around here, make some new friends, and all that jazz.
In my spare time, I love to roleplay on the formspring website, along with a forum called the Bitlands. Though I stop to make some awful doodles here and there, while finding tim…
Since Im now in the middle of studying mythology I think I can really help this wiki but I cant do it myself so if anyone want to help me just speak up.
I was already active here in 2010, but left Wikia behind for a long time, only logging in at very rare occations. But now I'm back, and I will be editing the Mythology Wiki, more particular the Norse Mythology, since that is my specialty.
I hope you will appreciate my editing. And I apologise for my sometimes bad English.
Once upon a time there lived a bird of fire. It laid no eggs and had no young. It lived in peace in a far away desert land. It was here when time began and is still living today hidden in a far away land living its life in peace. Its name is the Phoenix, the bird of fire and the bird of the sun. And that is where our story begins when the sun called out to it and saw its shimmering fathers of fire red and golden, Royal blue, and forest green yet silver as a still lake all at the same time. As bright and beautiful as the sun itself .seeing all its glory the sun called out to it “Phoenix bird of fire, you shall be my creature and live for ever as I shall.” Live forever the phoenix was overjoyed and through back his head proud and stro…
At a 2011 conference in Russia, participating scientists and enthusiasts declared having "95% evidence" of the Yeti's existence. However, this claim was disputed later; American anthropologist and anatomist Jeffrey Meldrum, who was present during the Russian expedition, claimed the "evidence" found was simply an attempt by local officials to drum up publicity.
I've made a new redesign for the wiki's infoboxes. In the coming days/weeks, this new design will take over for all existing infobox templates. It will have minor tweaks in the next couple days, but the overall design is final. View it here! Please provide some feedback!
- Links to affiliated wiki restored and fixed its problems
- Smaller sized font, width of box, and image size reduced from 250px to 150px
- Transparency so you can see the background behind it!
- Actual "caption" field added (the "Title" field was used as a substitute before by some users)
- Language field added (for example, you can put the Greek name of Zeus, Ζεύς, in there and so on with other languages and such)
- That and a few more minor improvements!
In order to celebrate Halloween, we have updated our logo and
wiki style in the Oasis skin only to have halloweeny colors.
we need is a cool, slick mythology/paganism and halloween-related
background picture. We hope to enter this year's Wikia
halloween contest so please suggest a background if you
EDIT: We are set to rock and roll. In other words, we have a background and have signed up for the Halloween contest.
Heres some more Kid Icarus Uprising characters based on Greek characters but with different names.
Yep thats alot and theres still more!
Hey guys, I just wanted to quickly share with y'all that, thanks to the new Promote feature, I was able to get our wiki on Wikia's main page. Though it took a few minutes of refreshing, I finally managed to find it. Hopefully it'll attract more users to our beloved wiki.
Hey, Mythology Wiki users! I will start scheduled times where I will be available to be chatted with on the wiki's Live Chat. During these scheduled sessions, you may ask any questions regarding the wiki or other Wikia wikis and/or just chat with me and get to know me better. I will post new schedules either daily or weekly so pay attention to my blog if you're interested. Also keep in mind that all times are eastern standard time (EST), so please make sure that if you're in a different time zone to make the necessary conversions so that you have the correct time. Also also keep in mind that I may not be able to make it and in that case I will post a blog post with cancelled times before the scheduled session.
- July 7, 2012 (tonight): 11:00 P…
As many of you obivously know, Mythology Wiki is an online resource dedicated to having the utmost best information on mythology, legends, and folklore. Now Mythology Wiki is expanding its topic to have information not just on the previously stated subjects, but also on these subjects' impact on modern popular culture (pop culture). We will have information on modern literature, television programming, comics, films, video games, and other media that are heavily influenced by mythology, legends, and folklore. We will not provide too depth of a coverage upon these subjects (such as individual pages for video game characters will not be available) and suggest that the readers search for better coverage upon them on wikis specifically dedicat…
Come on people, dont post useless stuff on wiki's. It's ridiculous. I mean, when we look up Thor, for example (not saying this is real), do we really want to know that his left foot is longer than his right by 4mm? Just saying.
In my oppinion, roman and greek mythology are completely equal, no questions asked. If you disagree, then give me a reason, and post it here.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians is a very fun read, and has good information about mythology.
Just to remind our fellow unregistered users and registered users to not tarnish the wiki by removing content, adding gibberish or nonsense, inserting profanity, and just plain being a dick (yeah, you heard me). The policy has been updated to combat this behavior on the wiki. As of yesterday, anyone, especially unregistered users, who wish to ruin our database will be blocked.
The chart below will show you how you are punished if you break our rules. This chart is also available on the policy page:
- 1 week banishment warning punishment is issued (exceptions are subject to happen)
- If the first offense is because of harassment or anything remotely related to that, then they can be blocked for good.
- 1 or 2 …
Fellow users and readers of Mythology Wiki, I would like to announce a new project to translate Mythology Wiki in other languages besides English. We hope to have the main languages such as French, Spanish, German, Japanese, and other main and minor languages too. However, we cannot build these foreign sites alone and need anyone who is an expert at translating to help. We would like to start up/help out these sites as soon as possible and start translating our articles here. Please discuss below in the comments section!
These are a list of foreign Mythology Wikis that already exist, help the smaller ones out.
- Mitikapedia (Spanish)
- Wiki Mythologie (French)
- Wiki Mitologia (Italian)
- Mythologie Wiki (German)
- Wiki Mitologia (Polish)
- Mitologia Wiki (P…
I am the founder of the Alliance of Small Wiki's. We are a wiki based organization where small wiki's form an alliance and help each other out. We have three classes, Povertised Wiki (New, like two editors), Middle Class Wiki (Small but has a few editors), and Wealthy Wiki (You get it, you know... Wealthy). There is also Senior Wiki where medium or big wiki's supervise and vote. We have a senate formed by founders of the wiki's in the Alliance. We wanna make small wiki's prosper. So i just wanna ask if this wiki would like to join. Your founder (or leader) will represent you in the Senate, and you will be listed as a Middle Class Member. So what do you say?
Hey fellow users of Mythology Wiki, the wiki is now under the control of ISodium and and Mrwhoman. All current projects going on will go relatively unchanged, though there will be changes in design, style, and among other things. So tell us your thoughts on this topic below in the comments or you can contact us via our talk pages.
So I made a page about Narcissus and I want to add it to the greek mtyhology page. How do I do this? Also could you check out the page I created and give me feedback? I'm new to wikia.
This wiki needs a Administrator. I'm new to editing wikis so I'm not a good choice but we need someone to bring this site up to the standard that these great myths deserve
So I was playing Dante's Inferno a couple days ago. Went insane on it and stayed up for three days straight. Fun game, bad addiction. Loved how they incorperated some mythology in there. Cleopatra, Pluto, and so many others you can't exactly name. o.O? But seriously, I'm also thinking about getting a hold of Deep Space 2.. May replay Splatterhouse or even my Silent Hill games while I'm thinking about it... Hmm... any suggestions?