|“||Off the coast||„|
|~ Trevor Henderson describing the location of the creature.|
The Leviathan is a gigantic creature made by artist Trevor Henderson. It is likely a member of the infamous Giants, though what makes this creature unique from the rest is its distinct ability to live underwater, terrorizing people who even go near the coast in which it resides.
The Leviathan depicts a truly enormous entity, seen near the coastline of an unknown country, presumably the United States, partially submerged just beneath the ocean waves. The creature's sheer size allows it to be be seen clearly even from a satellite perspective. It is possibly one of the biggest Giants in the canon.
The creature itself appears to be some sort of arthropod-like being. It is completely covered with a pale, or possibly translucent skin, with signs of possible vertebrae. The main body structure of this particular creature resembles that of a lizard, with a torso that is larger at the upper portion, and getting thinner as it goes down, forming a tail. Though unlike a lizard, the creature's tail is mostly consistent when it comes to thickness, only getting shorter at the very end.
The creature has a neck which is rather thin and long for its body structure. This neck leads to a surprisingly near-perfectly round head, containing what appears to be two large bug-like eyes. The rest of the creature's facial features are either obscured or completely missing.
The most interesting part of this creature however, are its numerous thin legs. These legs are scattered on the sides of the creature, making it look somewhat like a centipede. They get thinner and closer together the further down they are attached. They appear to be comprised of long bones covered in skin, with very little muscle covering it.
The Leviathan is most likely a member of The Giants, given its sheer size, and the fact that it was introduced alongside the Wildfire Giants. This theory gives us an idea of how the creature behaves. It clearly does not appear to be a Collection Giant, as it does not posses any means of transporting people to "heaven", so it is certainly a Destruction Giant. This is further backed up by its aquatic lifestyle.
The creature's enormous size and buoyant body structure makes it perfect to live underwater. A creature of this size would likely tend to stay in the lower portions of the ocean, but given the fact that it is a Destruction Giant, it would prefer to be closer to the surface near human civilization in order to attack them. The legs of the creature are probably long enough to reach and plant themselves all the way down to the seafloor, which would help it stay afloat on the surface.
The fact that the creature even has legs may also suggest that it is also amphibious. This would make it even more dangerous, as it may be able to simply walk on land like the other Giants and cause even more damage. It is very likely that the creature does not need to breathe, as is the case with most Giants. This would mean that the creature can live both on land and in water without having to constantly switch back and forth.
The sheer size of the Leviathan would make it a truly formidable destructive force, comparable to that of The Wandering Doom or Behemoth. Even if it merely moves around in civilization, it would cause a tremendous amount of damage to the environment and take a number of lives. The creature's proclivity to hide underwater makes it slightly more stealthy and dangerous, although it is easily visible even when hiding due to its size. It is also able to devour thousands of people at a time.
- The creature was introduced around the same time as the Wildfire Giants.
- The style of image that Trevor used is also similar to the wildfire cameras.
- It is the first aquatic Giant that Trevor has made, and is one of the few aquatic creatures overall.
- It is unknown if the creature is actually truly a Giant, though it is very likely.
- The creature almost resembles a tadpole of some kind, but what it is a tadpole of is unknown.
- The name "Leviathan" is a fan-given name which simply means "a large sea animal or monster." Since there is no official name given to this creature as of yet, it should be referred to as "Leviathan" until an official name is given.
- It can be considered an aquatic counterpart of Behemoth (both the word and the creature).
- Since we don't actually know the full length of the creature, its possible that this is the longest creature that Trevor has made, but this is very unlikely.
|The name for this creature, Leviathan, is not|
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