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Kappa

You scored 15 in Malice and 20 in Chaos!

A Kappa is a "suijin," or water demon of Shinto mythology. They may be found in or near large bodies of fresh water, e.g. lakes, rivers, and streams, where they live and hunt. Kappa look like a human/turtle hybrid; they have a small depression on top of their heads which holds a strange liquid substance which, by all accounts, appears to sustain the life force of the Kappa.

These demons are parasites and carnivores, preferring to feast on the flesh of humans whenever possible, pulling them into the water and sucking the internal organs through the anus, although they may also drink the blood of other animals in times of deprivation. Kappa also seem to enjoy cucumbers and eggplants.

Although Kappa prey on humans, they are also notoriously polite; one may hope to escape a Kappa by bowing to it, whereupon the Kappa may return the bow, only to spill the liquid atop its head, which leaves it enervated and lethargic for the rest of the day. Kappa are not necessarily evil, like many demons; they are simply predators, nothing better, nothing worse. If one is brave enough, one may even approach a Kappa for healing or teaching; it is not altogether uncommon for a Kappa to resist its appetite and choose instead to assist a human.

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    They scored 15% on Malice, higher than 40% of your peers.

  • Chaos Distribution

    They scored 20% on Chaos, higher than 50% of your peers.

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