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Here there be dragons: Kitch-at’husis vs weewilmekq: Battle of the North American water serpent thingies

Native American legends based in Maine tell the legend of two powerful shamans who met for a magical shape-shifting duel. When they met at the agreed time, one of them took the shape of the kitch-at’husis, a 40-foot long water serpent thingie with poisonous fangs.

The other shaman turned into a weewilmekq. He knew the only thing with a chance of beating the kitch-at’husis was the giant leech.

The leech won, sucking the life out of the dragon.

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2 responses to “Here there be dragons: Kitch-at’husis vs weewilmekq: Battle of the North American water serpent thingies

  1. Jolaine Incognito ⋅

    Interesting. Inspiration for the Wizard’s Duel in The Sword in the Stone, perhaps? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asgIzE3fLc0

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