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"I am a snake not so easily charmed..."

--Samir Chopra, Weresnake Nagraj

Alternate Names/Spellings Human Snake, Ophianthrope, Ophidianthrope, Serpent Man, Serpent-Man, Serpentman, Snake Man, Snake-Man, Snakeman, Were-Serpent, Were-Snake, Wereserpent
Origins Native American Mythology, Legend and Folklore
Alignment Chaotic Neutral, Chaotic Evil
Element Darkness/Shadow Earth, Life/Death/Blood, Poison/Acid/Plague
Species Shapeshifter
Appearance Ophidian Humanoid


The Weresnake is one of a race of creatures with origins in the mythology, legend and folklore of numerous places around the world. In particular, accounts of its existence are first recorded in North America (ie the Seminole Native American Tribe), as well as Central America (ie Mexico and Peru), Europe (ie Wales) and Asia (ie China).


Serpentfolk priest of ydersius by gimaldinov-d3dafrn

"Don't tread on me!"




Female serpentfolk by the clockwork king-d55dj0c
Serpent folk by fstitz-d2xx00h
Ophidian by albe75-d6z1e9k
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