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The cockatrice is often described as a two-legged dragon with the head of a rooster. In some tales they possess the ability to kill with their stare, breath or touch. They are said to be the product of an egg laid by a hen, hatched by toads and or snakes. If a cockatrice looks at it's own reflection or hears the crow of a rooster, it will die.
Source[edit | edit source]
The cockatrice originates from british folklore, dating back to around 1180 AD.
Media[edit | edit source]
Cockatrices appear in the following media:
Folklore[edit | edit source]
Games[edit | edit source]
- Gems of War
- The Witcher and The Witcher III - Wild Hunt
Novels[edit | edit source]