Kappa: A Reptilian Vampire

The Kappa resembles a turtle and a monkey that loves to drink the blood of human its name comes from Kappa, the river god.  It has a similar height to that of a 10 year old child and its feet and hands are webbed like a duck.  It also has a beak of the duck and the carapace of a turtle.  Its head contains a soft tissue similar to the consistency of a jelly that is believed to be the source of the power of kappa.

This creature usually dwells on rivers and lakes where it hunts its victims, children, men and women.  The kappa is not really nitpicky to its meal, as long as it can drink human blood.  They lured their target to the deepest part of the body of water and let them drown to death.  After they die, the kappa would enter the victim through its anus.  While inside, the kappa would drain the blood of the victims and devour its entrails.  The kappa’s favorite internal organ is the liver; it is also known to eat some flesh.

When someone drowns, it is only normal for them to see a bulging anus on the body of the drowned person.  Apparently they believe that the bulging anus is caused by the kappa that entered the poor victim’s body.

There is a popular legend about the kappa.  One day the kappa went home missing a limb after a tough battle, he went back to those people who possess his arms and promises anything in exchange of its arms.  The locals return the arms of the kappa if the creatures promise that he will never attack the villagers again.  The kappa agreed to the terms and no people was harmed by the kappa after that fateful day. (in some stories, the kappa taught a person how to heal any wounds)

In South America, there are sightings on creatures that resemble the appearance of the kappa. They associate it as an alien encounter.  They described it as a being that stands at around 2-3 ft and is covered with reptilian scales.  Their hand and feet are also webbed just like the kappa but no draining of blood was recorded, but people who saw them felt weak and anemic similar to the attack of the chupa-chupa.


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