The Minotaur (Greek: ὁ Μῑνώταυρος) are powerful, monstrous creatures that have the head and tail of a bull and a huge muscular humanoid body of a man. They are one of the most famous monsters in Greek mythology.
Description/CharacteristicsEditAs mention above, Minotaur are half-man, half bull. They are very tough and strong and also very fast. In addition, Minotaur can vary from appearance and size. Some can be as a little bigger as a muscule man and look almost human, others can be much bigger than humans and look more bull-like, and few can look almost like a bull. Minotaur also happen to be minnions of the Greek God Hades, the Lord of the Underworld.
- Superhuman Strength: Minotaur are very strong, able to lift a cars over their head and throw it across a small field.
- Superhuman Speed: Being giant bull-like creatures, Minotaur are very fast, able to run on all fours and attack with the element of suprise.
- Superhuman Agility: Despite their large size, Minotaur are very agile; able to move quicker and jump higher than humans.
- Giant Horns: Minotaur have a pair of giant horns of their head that they can use to ram and bash into anything, even their own kind.
Being a monster, and therefore without a soul (despite being half-human), the Minotaur cannot be truly physically destroyed, but they can be killed with their own horn, especially when stabbed in the chest, side, or neck region.