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Centaurs
are human-horse hybrids in Greek mythology and the followers of the wine god Dionysus.

DescriptionEdit

Não é bem por aí, acho que o fatos desconhecidos deveria ver melhor essas "fontes deles" kkkkkkkk.

Até porquê qualquer pessoa pode editar isso daqui

E digo mais, o Naruto pode ser duro as vezeas. Acesse Corrupção Tocantinense Memes.

E tem mais o meu pinto é gostoso! todas sempre falam isso
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OriginEdit

Presence and illustrations of centaurs date back to Assyria (2000 BC) and India (3000 BC). Some have traced the Greek centaur origins back to the Gandharvas who in Vedic mythology drove the horses from the Sun but it is now accepted that they were a primitive and rough population of horsed shepherds from Thessalony. :D

FamilyEdit

According to Greek tradition, there are two families of centaurs. The more numerous and unruly centaurs are those born of the union of Ixion, King of the Lapithae and a cloud which Zeus disguised as his own wife, Hera, whom Ixion had bragged of having relations with. Therefore, the Centaurs are sometimes called Ixionidae.

Chiron who was the like the above centaurs in appearance only fathered a different race of centaurs, sober, learned and studious. His father was Cronus, the Titan and his mother was Philyra, an Oceanid (or ocean nymph). He was a famous physician and teacher and was renowned for his skill in hunting, medicine, music, and the art of prophecy. Taught by Apollo and Diana, Chiron went on to tutor the greatest Greek warriors, Aesculapius, Jason, Hercules, and Achilles.


BehaviorEdit

Centaurs were a plague to the people around them. They went about drunk, eating raw flesh, trampling crops, and raping female humans. The intellectual parts they inherited from humankind left them ignorant and yet cunning. Two exceptions to this rule were Pholus and Chiron.

Often Zeus would send the Centaurs to punish gods and humans who had offended him. The hostility between man and Centaurs is said to have originated when the Centaurs were invited to their stepbrother's (Pirithous), wedding celebration. At the feast Eurytion, one of the Centaurs, becoming intoxicated with the wine, attempted to offer violence to the bride; the other Centaurs followed his example, and a dreadful conflict arose in which several of them were slain. This is the celebrated battle of the Lapithae and Centaurs, a favorite subject with the sculptors and poets of antiquity.


PlacesEdit

They lived in herds on Mt. Pelion in Thessaly, Greece.

PowersEdit

Centaurs are known to be well-versed in magical healing, Divination, archery, and Astronomy. Centaurs burn herbs such as mallowsweet and sage to refine their stargazing findings.


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