My personal rpg character over at soulsrpg, Salvia Eternity.
The manticore myth was of Persian origin, where its name was “man-eater” (from early Middle Persian مارتیا martya “man” (as in human) and خوار xwar- “to eat”). The English term “manticore” was borrowed from Latin mantichora, itself derived from the Greek rendering of the Persian name, μαρτιχώρα, martichora. It passed into European folklore first through a remark by Ctesias, a Greek physician at the Persian court of King Artaxerxes II in the fourth century BC, in his book Indica (“India”), which circulated among Greek writers on natural history but has survived only in fragments, or references by those other writers. (x)
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Those are the best paws I have ever drawn. :|