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  • Nachzehrer (German) - Anthropophagous undead
  • Nāga (Buddhist and Hindu) - Nature and water spirits, serpentine or human-serpent hybrids
  • Naga fireballs (Thai) - Spectral fire
  • Nagual (Mesoamerica) - Human-animal shapeshifter
  • Naiad (Greek) - Freshwater nymph
  • Näkki (Finnish) - Water spirit
  • Namahage (Japanese) - Ritual disciplinary demon from the Oga Peninsula
  • Namazu (Japanese) - Giant catfish whose thrashing causing earthquakes
  • Nando-baba (Japanese) - Old woman who hides under the floor in abandoned storerooms
  • Nanom-keea-po-da (Abenaki) - Earthquake spirit
  • Napaeae (Greek) - Grotto nymph
  • Narasimha (Hindu mythology) - Avatar of Vishnu in the form of half-man/half-lion
  • Narecnitsi (Slavic) - Fate spirit
  • Naree Pons (Thai) - Pod people
  • Nargun (Gunai) - Water monster
  • Nasnas (Arabian) - Half-human, half-demon creature with half a body
  • Nav' (Slavic) - Ghost
  • Nawao (Hawaiian) - Savage humanoid
  • N-dam-keno-wet (Abenaki) - Fish-human hybrid
  • Necromancer (Global) - An evildoer that summons dead people
  • Negret (Catalan) - Little people that turn into coins
  • Nekomata (Japanese) - Split-tailed magical cat
  • Nekomusume (Japanese) - Cat in the form of a girl
  • Nemean Lion (Greek) - Lion with impenetrable skin
  • Nephilim (Jewish) - Giant
  • Nereid (Greek) - Nymph daughters of Nereus
  • Ngen (Mapuche) - Nature spirit
  • Nguruvilu (Mapuche) - Fox-like water snake
  • Nian (Chinese) - Predatory animal
  • Nightmarchers (Hawaiian) - Warrior ghosts
  • Nikusui (Japanese) - Monster which appears as a young woman and sucks all of the flesh off of its victim's body
  • Nimerigar (Shoshone) - Aggressive little people
  • Ningyo (Japanese) - Monkey-fish hybrid
  • Ninki Nanka (Western Africa) - Large reptile, possibly a dragon
  • Nisse (Scandinavian) - House spirit
  • Níðhöggr (Norse) - Dragon
  • Nivatakavachas (Hindu) - Ocean demon
  • Nix (Germanic) - Female water spirit
  • Nobusuma (Japanese) - Supernatural wall. Also a monstrous flying squirrel
  • Nocnitsa (Slavic) - Nightmare spirit
  • Noppera-bō (Japanese) - Faceless ghost
  • Nozuchi (Japanese) - Small sea serpent
  • Nuckelavee (Scottish) - Malevolent human-horse-fish hybrid
  • Nue (Japanese) - Monkey-raccoon dog-tiger-snake hybrid
  • Nu Gui (Chinese) - Vengeful female ghost
  • Nukekubi (Japanese) - Disembodied, flying head that attacks people
  • Nuku-mai-tore (Māori) - Forest spirit
  • Nuli (Medieval Bestiary) - Humanoid with backwards, eight-toed feet
  • Numen (Roman) - Tutelary spirit
  • Nuno (Philippine) - Malevolent little people
  • Nuppeppo (Japanese) - Animated chunk of dead flesh
  • Nurarihyon (Japanese) - Head-sized ball-like creature that floats in the sea and teases sailors
  • Nure-onna (Japanese) - Female monster who appears on the beach
  • Nurikabe (Japanese) - Spirit that manifests as an impassable, invisible wall
  • Nyami Nyami (Tonga (Zimbabwean) mythology) - The snake-spirit of the Zambezi River
  • Nykštukas (Lithuanian) - Cavern spirit
  • Nymph (Greek) - Nature spirit
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