Are you a thrill-seeker? Want to take on a new challenge? With these handy cards, you can embark on a mission that no one has successfully completed and discover the so-called mythical monsters and creatures of this planet.


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We made these cards so you can know where to go and what to bring on your mission, whether you’re looking for Bigfoot or a fabled Chupacabra. We’ve even been so kind as to throw in some tips and information on each one.

Skeptics will tell you these creatures don’t exist. They’ve just not been found. If you’re planning a new adventure soon, take a look at these cards and have a think about whether you could be the one to set the record straight.

The Patupaiarehe

Don’t be fooled by their innocent appearance and demeanour. These pale spirit beings are known to sometimes be hostile to humans. The Patupaiarehe live in the misty mountaintops and deep forests of New Zealand. They lure people from the trails with their ethereal flute music. They are rumoured to have magical powers and special knowledge. They’ve been known to abduct people, targeting young attractive women in particular. They’ve also reportedly taken people into their world to impart their transcendent knowledge. Whether the Patupaiarehe treat you well or badly is a risk that you have to be willing to take.

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The Abominable Snowman

High up in the Himalayan mountains, a monster doth roam. The Abominable Snowman is just one name given to the Yeti. This ape-like creature saunters around the mountains, spooking locals and feasting on mountain goats and yaks. Standing at eight feet tall, this is not a creature you want to get on the wrong side of. One of our favourite documentaries, Monsters Inc, tells us that the Yeti is a mistaken soul who is the victim of his own bad image. You can take your chances, just wrap up warm for this one.

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Bigfoot

Also known as the Sasquatch, Bigfoot is the most famous monster around. At monster gatherings he skips the queue and gets his own booth and all the other monsters ask for his autograph. The hunt for Bigfoot has been well-documented and he’s the scalp everyone wants to claim. But he’s done a good job of staying incognito. People claim they have photos of him but these people are just looking for a quick buck because Bigfoot is the big-ticket item. If you can find him, then you’re set up for life. Be warned, we’re not sure if he’ll take too kindly to being revealed.

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The Bunyip

While New Zealand has forest spirits, Australia has water spirits. Known more commonly as Bunyips, these creatures reside in the swamps, creeks and billabongs of Oz. Considering that Australia is basically a holding pen for every deadly creature on earth, we wouldn’t turn our noses up at this one so soon. No one can be too sure what it actually looks like. It strikes too much fear into the hearts of everyone that’s encountered it, that they’ve never paused to accurately observe it. Keep your eye out for their flipper prints, because for bunyips, humans are on the menu. This one is not for the faint at heart.

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The Goat Sucker

These monsters haven’t done a great job of flying under the radar as you can see from the amount of sightings there have been of them. Known all over Central America, the Chupacabra is a farmer’s worst nightmare. They prey on livestock, hence why they’ve earned the name Goat Sucker. It is described as being the same size as a small bear and is known for completely draining the blood of its prey, through two or three holes. It is also known to hop like a kangaroo. Exercise extreme caution with this one, they’ve not been known to eat humans, but you don’t want to find out.

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The Loch Ness Monster

Good ol’ Nessie is the friendliest of all the monsters, contrary to what you may think. The old gal is all cooped up in a Scottish lake. For monsters, she’s like a grandma who lives very far away and loves a natter. Ignore the naysayers who claim that the lake isn’t even big enough to sustain a monster like Nessie. Of course she’s in there, she just doesn’t want to be found. She’s far too clever for our so-called ‘experts’. Break your sonar out for this one. There’s more reason to be scared of the Scottish weather than ol’ Nessie.

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