The Chimera, Pronounced (Kimaira) in Greek Mythology, was a monstrous fire-breathing female creature of Lycia in Asia Minor, composed of the parts of multiple animals: upon the body of a lioness with a tail that ended in a snake's head, the head of a goat arose on her back at the center of her spine. The Chimera was one of the offspring of Typhon and Echidna and a sibling of such monsters as Cerberus and the Hydra. The term chimera is used to describe any mythical animal with parts taken from various animals.


The Chimera is an ammalgam of multiple creatures, it has two heads, a pair of colossal wings and a tail equipped with a serpent's head. It is known to rely on teamwork between it's two heads, one of the heads throws the fuel, and the other head generates a super heated breath which ignites in mid-air.


The Chimera has the head of a lion, the body of a goat, a blood-caked mane, and a ten-foot-long diamondback snake-headed tail which grows out of its shaggy behind. The Chimera secretes deadly venom released through a bite and breathes fire.


The Chimera has many powers including:

  • It can breathe fire.
  • Its snake-headed tail has venomous fangs and excretes a venom that is acidic.
  • It has human intelligence.
  • It is immensely strong.