1. A mythical creature that resembles a centaur
with lion body and the wings of a hawk or eagle. In legends, if you do not answer it's riddle it will either kill you or eat you. It is viewed as evil, treacherous, cunning, and ravenous. One story about a young adventurer makes him encounter one of these beasts. He answered it's riddle correctly: What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three legs in the evening? The young adventurer told the sphinx it was a man, and in the sphynxes anger, it destroyed itself.
2. A variation of hairless cat. It is asscosiated with disgusting animals like slugs, worms, or all else slimy and wrinkly. This is a stereotype that should not be excersized. It tends to have names like "Dobby
" or "Smeagle" due to its bald nature. They can be quite cute and respectable if you look beyond the steteotype.