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  • Amaya-chan
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    This is the creature my grandmother said used to play with her along with some various faeries

    http://www.mythicalcreaturesguide.co.../Agta+or+Kapre

    She never told me the name she only told me a description of him which was a man in a tree who liked girls.

    And I also mentioned she used to play with faeries near her house in the mountains. She didn't play with them one day and they flooded her house out of anger.

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  • aluokaloo
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    Originally posted by Amaya-chan View Post
    If my grandmother who was Filipino was still alive I would have to ask her about this! She swore on her life she saw some tree spirit that played with her when she was a little girl and I looked it up not too long ago and it was exactly what she described. A tad creepy but this creature sounds interesting if nothing else!
    that's really neat. i'd love to hear more if you don't mind sharing your grandmother's accounts in full detail.

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  • Amaya-chan
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    If my grandmother who was Filipino was still alive I would have to ask her about this! She swore on her life she saw some tree spirit that played with her when she was a little girl and I looked it up not too long ago and it was exactly what she described. A tad creepy but this creature sounds interesting if nothing else!

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  • aluokaloo
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    Originally posted by Gravemyst View Post
    Haven't you seen the picture on wikipedia?

    It is a bodybuilding horse! Imagining taking girls out with it...

    "Ey therr, wanna go for a ride on my brand new Tikbalang?"

    Who would refuse such an offer?!
    probably alot of people. but i gotta hand it to ya! you're very original. :hahugh:

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  • Miaerowyn
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    Hahaha!
    Nice... well, I suppose if you see the end result outweighs the risk, lol!

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  • Gravemyst
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    Originally posted by Miaerowyn View Post
    Grave,
    Hmmm... is it worth the risk? Lol

    This sounds like an interesting creature though!
    Haven't you seen the picture on wikipedia?

    It is a bodybuilding horse! Imagine taking girls out with it...

    "Ey therr, wanna go for a ride on my brand new Tikbalang?"

    Who would refuse such an offer?!
    Last edited by Gravemyst; February 28th, 2010, 10:26 AM. Reason: typo :p

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  • Miaerowyn
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    Grave,
    Hmmm... is it worth the risk? Lol

    This sounds like an interesting creature though!
    Last edited by Miaerowyn; February 27th, 2010, 07:19 PM.

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  • Gravemyst
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    I'd try to tame it:

    "Taming a tikbalang

    By one account a tikbalang has a mane of sharp spines, with the three thickest of these being of particular importance. A person who obtains one of these spines can use them as an anting-anting (talisman) in order to keep the tikbalang as his servant. The tikbalang must first be subdued, however, by leaping onto it and tying it with a specially-prepared cord. The would-be-tamer must then hang on while the creature flies through the air, fighting madly to dislodge its unwelcome rider, until it is exhausted and acknowledges its defeat."

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  • of black birds
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    They were generally freaked out. It was too high up in the tree anyway so they went inside and locked the doors to avoid any trouble from it.

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  • BeautyQueen
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    Originally posted by of black birds View Post
    I know a guy, who was raised there that swears to have seen one, and a few other people at the time. It was stuck in a palm tree high up late at night, smoking a cigar of some sort. People could see it's head peek out and that's how they recognized it.

    really??? what did he do when he saw it?

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  • aluokaloo
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    really? that's cool and super scary all at once.

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  • of black birds
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    I know a guy, who was raised there that swears to have seen one, and a few other people at the time. It was stuck in a palm tree high up late at night, smoking a cigar of some sort. People could see it's head peek out and that's how they recognized it.

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  • aluokaloo
    started a topic Tikbalang

    Tikbalang

    Tikbalang (also written as Tigbalang, Tigbalan, or Tikbalan) is a creature of Philippine folklore said to lurk in the mountains and forests of the Philippines. It is generally described as a tall, bony humanoid creature with disproportionately long limbs, to the point that its knees reach above its head when it squats down.[1] It has the head and feet of an animal, most commonly a horse. It is sometimes believed to be a transformation of an aborted fetus which has been sent to earth from limbo.[2]


    more interesting folklore. what a weird creature


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tikbalang
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