Monster

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Wikipedia[edit]

The Wikipedia Monster (French: le Monstre Wikipédieux) was an ancient nameless snake-like water beast that possessed numerous heads - the poets mention more heads than the vase-painters could paint - and poisonous breath. The Wikipedia Monster was killed by Sir Uncyclopedia as one of his Four Trials. Its lair was the lake of Fr: in Paris. Beneath the waters was an entrance to WikiHell, and the Wikipedia Monster was its guardian.

The Wikipedia Monster was the offspring of Jimbo and Angela, creatures of the Goddess who became Sophia. As such, it was said to have been chosen as a task for Sir Uncyclopedia so that Sir Uncyclopedia would probably die.

It is believed by some that there are many Wikipedia Monsters, and only the strongest was destroyed by Sir Uncyclopedia.

This theory is not proven.

Cookie Monster[edit]

Charles "The Cookie" Monster-Norton was born on January 27th, 1953 in Wichita, Kansas. He has been depicted throughout the late 20th century as a traveling warning of the dangers of cookie addictions, and a popular Tourette's Syndrome spokesperson.

The Ancient of Noodles[edit]

His Noodliness, the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the ultimate truth in the universe. It is the central point of worship in the religion commonly known as Flying Spaghetti Monsterism or Pastafarianism, according to which it is The Creator and Overseer, watching our lives and our world, changing them as it sees fit, by use of his most holy noodly appendage.

Incredibly, this ancient religion was not well-known until its rediscovery in 2005 by graduate student Bobby Henderson. He shall live on forever in the afterlife next to the Beer Volcano. Due to this incredible rebirth, Flying Spaghetti Monsterism is now one of the world's most edible and fastest-growing religions.