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Mandragora
The Mandragora
Biographical information
Alias: The Beast
Home: Asgard
Status: Deceased
Relationships
Romances:
Appearance
Portrayal: Anthony Konechny
Seasons: 2
First seen: A Moveable Beast
Last seen: When a Mandragora Loves a Woman
The Mandragora was one of the many of specimens of its kind who were enslaved by King Nikolaus to form his own army. It came out of of Asgard when the Portal was opened and it has been feeding off Ingrid Beauchamp ever since.

Physical appearanceEdit

The Mandragora is a creature whose body resembles one of a naked man with shoulder-length hair. However, the Mandragora has blue snake-like skin and scales covering his body, as well as dark tentacles coming out of its back.

BiographyEdit

Arrival to East EndEdit

Not much is known about the Mandragora, except it was one of the minions King Nikolaus had enslaved to form an army of Mandragora, powerful creatures from the realm of Asgard.

When the King decided that he wanted his family back in Asgard, but was too sick to go and fetch them on his own, he sent the Mandragora through the Portal to reach Earth and find a fitted host for his spirit. Ever since the beast crossed over, it had been feeding off of Ingrid Beauchamp for weeks, inducing a transe which was similar to sleep-walking and leaving her with no memories of their encounters.

East End murdersEdit

DeathEdit

Powers and abilitiesEdit

The Mandragora is able to cloak itself in order to avoid being seen - it has escaped Wendy's many cat tracks in the woods at night, taking the form of a shadow, and has been able to follow Ingrid Beauchamp at the East Haven Library without being noticed.

MiscellaneousEdit

AppearancesEdit

Witches of East End: Season 2
A Moveable Beast
Appears
The Son Also Rises
Appears
The Old Man and the Key
Appears
The Brothers' Grimoire
Appears
Boogie Knights
Appears
When a Mandragora
Loves a Woman

Appears
Art of Darkness
Absent
Sex, Lies,
and Birthday Cake

Absent
Smells Like King Spirit
Absent
The Fall of the
House of Beauchamp

Absent
Poe Way Out
Absent
Box to the Future
Absent
For Whom the Spell Tolls
Absent

NotesEdit

  • Though the Mandragora is a creature already existing in many myths, the show runners have decided to make their own version of it.
  • The creatures' name comes from the mandrake root, a plant used in witchcraft.

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