lunes, 30 de mayo de 2011

Baba Yaga


On dark nights, the Little Grandmother, the Iron Toothed Hag would fly across the skies of Russia on her magic mortar, and under her shadow milk spoiled and babies were born dead, or so they said.
For millennia, the creature Baba Yaga slept under the soil of Russia, perhaps from the time of Kiev to the time of Stalin. Baba Yaga is a Methuselah, a 4th Generation Vampire, although not an Antediluvian it is said that the Nosferatu are split in two, The Nicktuku, faithful to the Antediluvian Absimiliard who In retribution for, is said to hunt down all of his own childer (the entire Nosferatu clan).  and the Nosferatu who where a branch that started with Baba Yaga.  and are being hunted by the Nicktuku.
So the Shadow Curtain is created, it is still unknown how Baba Yaga created the Shadow Curtain but it prevented for any kindred who tried to cross it. Baba Yaga might have ruled Russia in perpetuity, but for the legend of Vasalisa, the little girl who completed three impossible tasks for the Little Grandmother. In this case, though, Vasalisa was a Nictuku who was sent to slay Baba Yaga achieving it in the year 2000 when the Shadow Curtain fell.

60 comentarios:

  1. Little girls always messing up an old ladies good thing.

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  2. damn that's a pretty interesting character, nice post dude, take care :)

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  3. Why does Russia always have to have curtains around it. :P

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  4. Nice to know some russian stories.

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  5. that is amazing info! i love how complicated the family and social trees are for the vampires!

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  6. yaga baba is a name of a club in my country :P

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  7. There is a piece by Russian composer Mussorgsky based on Baba Yaga by the same name. It's pretty scary.

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  8. I wonder what roles vampires played in the great purge? Presumably they had quite a feast...

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  9. wow, didn't know that she was a vampire!

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  10. Never heard of Russian myth, pretty scary yet interesting xD

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  11. I remember seeing the Baba Yaga when I was little in the cartoon show Arthur haha

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  12. This is a polish story too - heard it when I was a kid in Poland a lot.

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  13. Eastern Europe/Russia always seem to have the best legends and stories. Rich culture.

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  14. Dude. That's just creepy. I love it XD

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  15. That's one of the creepiest stories EVER!

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  16. great post! freakyy picture hahah

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  17. Frightening. It's the ones that you don't know about that strikes the most fear.

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  18. o___o

    I feel like a little kid huddled around a group at a camp fire.

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  19. really really interesting. scared the crap outa me

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  20. Never knew that about Baba Yaga, good stuff.

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  21. this picture is really creepy.... so she was the head of a vampire clan too?

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  22. damn man thats one scary ass picture

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  23. There's an awesome piece of music called "The Hut of Baba Yaga" from Mussorgsky.

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  24. I'm not sure but i remind myself something about using nuke to kill her by that other "breed" of nosferatu vampires those loyal to Absimiliard - Nicktuku. What is fun, revealed in final nights that main function of espionage talents of nosferatu is to coordinate defence from Nicktuku and serving other clans with info is just side effect

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  25. Baba Yaga is some silly sounding shit for something that creepy.

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  26. There are so many fairy tales with that character in russian folklore. And yeah, sometimes they may be very creepy O_O

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  27. i actually heard this story when i was young, i live somewhat near russia, so there are similar stories in our country, and i might say that for a kid it was a hell of a story.
    btw, how do you get this information, it's like reading some hidden vampire encyclopaedia.

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  28. Somehow my entire childhood has been captured in one picture.

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  29. Baba Yaga is also the inspiration for the character Baba in the dragon ball series.

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  30. This reminds me of bath time when I was young lol.

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  31. i really like the way you move mmmm

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