Karkadann (Persian) – While not evil, these are the bullies of the deserts and they think of themselves the rightful Lords of the Deserts. These agressive desert Unicorn are much bigger than their weaker cousins and are truly fearless, they attack creatures much bigger than themselves such as dragons without a chill.
Yagim (Native American) - Common Yagim are red sharks that are extremely hostile and aggressive toward other creatures, they can live in both salt and fresh water. The Sand Yagim (on picture) are magical sharks adapted at swimming in the hot desert sands as easy as a fish swims in water.
The Chi Lyn (or Ki Lin) is a type of Unicorn from China. The male is called a chi, and the female a lyn. They have the body of a deer, the head of a dragon, the tail of an ox, and, like European Unicorns, a single horn in the middle of their foreheads. Each Chi Lyn is about the size of a goat. The skin of a Chi Lyn has hues of blue, black, green, red and white, the colors of the five Chinese elements. They are the gentlist of all creatures, not even bending the grass when they step on it.
In Persian mythology, peris are descended from fallen angels who have been denied paradise until they have done penance. In earlier sources they are described as agents of evil; later, they are benevolent. They are exquisite, winged, fairy-like creatures ranking between angels and evil spirits.
The raijyu is a legendary creature from Japanese mythology. Its body is composed of lightning and may be in the shape of a cat, fox, weasel, or wolf. The form of a white and blue wolf (or even a wolf wrapped in lightning) is also common. It may also fly about as a ball of lightning (in fact, the creature may be an attempt to explain the phenomenon of lightning). Its cry sounds like thunder.