PZO1120-Titan Hecatonchires Hecatoncheir Hecatonchire Hekatonkheires Hekatonkheir Centemani Hundred Handed Greek Mythology Myth Monster-1-
"I hear there is a giant-slayer looking for me..."
Alternate Names/Spellings Centimanus, Hecatoncheir, Hekatonkheir, Hundred-Handed
Origins Greek and Roman Mythology, Legend and Folklore
Alignment Chaotic Evil, Chaotic Neutral, Neutral Evil
Element Aether/Quintessence/Divine Essence, Air/Wind/Sky, Earth, Lightning/Thunder/Electricity, Water
Species Divine Agent (Giant)
Appearance Hundred-headed, hundred-handed giant...


The Hecatonchire is a creature with origins in Greek mythology, legend and folklore. Later, it also gains connections to Roman mythology, legend and folklore. The name itself is derived from the Greek 'heka' or 'hekaton' (in Latin, 'centi'), which means 'one-hundred', and 'kheir' (in Latin, 'manus'), which means 'hand'.




Hecatoncheires by DougCurtis-1-


Hecatonchires by hawanja-1-
Mighty Hecatonchires by Lolip-1-

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