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The Leviathan, commonly known as the Kraken in most of the world's Folklore, is an aquatic sea creature of unknown origin. The beast has only once been witnessed by one eyewitness thousands of years ago. Since then, its name and story has only been spread by folktales and fisherfolk, gaining many different appearances from giant squids, sea serpents to kinds of big fish and even wales. In these folktales, the Leviathan gained the name: “King of the Sea”, “Sea Titan”, and the famous name “The Kraken.”

When the unknown eyewitness spotted it, it was estimated the creature ranged from 115 meters (380 feet) and had a grey-blue scale texture that most likely made it camouflage in their environment. The Leviathan's body was best described as having a lobster body-like appearance with many unknown amounts of appendages attached to his underbelly. This categorizes the sea creature as a crustacean.

It has two bright amber-yellow-colored eyes and two giant claws at the front. Its large muscular tail is fitted with four large fins. Giving it the same ability as whales to breach the surface of the water. It is unknown if the Leviathan had a specific gender, yet it was calculated to be a young one, with the possibility of a full-grown Leviathan being ranged at 370 to 430 meters (1250 - 1400 feet).


Due to its large size and being of aquatic nature, the Kraken lives in the deepest depths of the ocean of Eden. It rarely comes to the surface to eat. It is unknown which types of sea biome it lives in. But it is speculated to swim in at least all areas.


The behavior of the Kraken is mostly speculation or a combination of tales from fishermen. This is due to it only having surfaced once thousands of years ago. It is unknown if the creature is defensive and merely fending off ships because they intrude in his territory. Most of the world is afraid due to its size and ability to cause destructive harm. It is also unknown if the creature had laid dormant all these years. It is not even clear if it needs to surface for air or food. But it is estimated that its prey is various types and sizes of whale due to its own body size.


Due to its massive size and strength, it can easily pull a ship beneath the surface, even cleaving a full-grown whale in two with its two giant claws. From stories, the Kraken attacks its prey from below, incapacitating it with its smaller or bigger appendages, before using the killing blow. It is said ships are usually first struck by the smaller appendages due to their more effortless ability to grab and pull their smaller prey into the water. Eventually, ships are pulled underwater completely, torn apart by their smaller or massive appendages, or their significant tail.

The deep ocean is so dark that it is difficult for the Kraken to locate prey by sight alone. It uses echolocation to find prey—the same ability as whales. The Kraken is estimated to emit a call, which bounces off the prey or ship. The echoes help the Kraken navigate towards its food. The skill of the Kraken using echolocation comes from the story of fishermen hearing loud whale cries at night, followed by two amber-yellow lights moving in the deepest depths of the ocean beneath them.