Monsters of the Deep III

Great Dragon of the Sea
Originally cited as a “great sea monster” in the first chapter of Genesis, the Leviathan has because synonymous with any large monster or creature like the Greek Ceto. It is to blame for tsunamis and rogue wave destroying the regions.
According to legend; the Leviathan was a fire-breathing sea dragon of such immense size that the sea boils when it swims on the surface. It ruthlessly and fearlessly rules over all the creatures of the sea. The Leviathan’s skin is like a double coat of mail, with overlapping scales as large as shields on its back, and as sharp and  hard as diamonds on  its underbelly.  Piercing  and slashing weapons will simply bounce off such protection. It breaths smoke from its nostrils and flames from its mouth which is rimmed with teeth. Its fins radiate a brilliant light and its eyes are like the shine of the sun. No living thing on earth could ever hope to oppose its might. Leviathan roamed the sea, breathing fire and spewing smoke from his nostrils.
There were originally a pair of leviathans created when the seas and oceans were born.  The Creator realized that if these creature would procreate they would devour the world. The Creator battle and defeated the female. He preserve the her meat for feast for the righteous in the world to come. The male, stay live, furious that his mate is murdered by the Creator. He vowed to causes  great harm  and destruction in the world by tsunamis and earthquake.
The Leviathan used to a guard for the Island kingdom of Atlantis. He is a magnificent, wonderful  sea dragon, but he is clearly much larger, supposedly so large that it covered the whole of Atlantis. The Leviathan is said to have shown the Atlanteans outspoken loyalty, but against foreign invaders. Zeus and his Greek forces destroyed the empire and sunken to the sea. After the destruction of the city of Leviathan disappeared in the depths of the ocean and never again showed his face. He currently guard the city of Atlantis;  new home of Poseidon, Olympian Lord of the Sea, and his court.
The Leviathan also serve as one of Gatekeeper of Hell guards the gates of Hell. He does not to keep the unwanted out, but to keep the damned in! Beware, he has a foul temper and will lash out at just about anyone!


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