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A '''basilisk''' is a mythical beast similiar to a [[cockatrice]]. It has the body of a [[wyvern]], a cock's head, and sometimes a serpent or [[dragon|dragon's]] head on its tail. It's breath was said to be poisonous. It is also known as the amphistere.
 
A '''basilisk''' is a mythical beast similiar to a [[cockatrice]]. It has the body of a [[wyvern]], a cock's head, and sometimes a serpent or [[dragon|dragon's]] head on its tail. It's breath was said to be poisonous. It is also known as the amphistere.
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Latest revision as of 06:39, 12 July 2007

A basilisk is a mythical beast similiar to a cockatrice. It has the body of a wyvern, a cock's head, and sometimes a serpent or dragon's head on its tail. It's breath was said to be poisonous. It is also known as the amphistere.