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Centaurs in Monster High.

The Stich-uation - Archer reads note

Centaurs are made to have the upper body of a human and lower body half as a horse. They are Ancient Greek mythical creatures often said to have been born of Ixion and Nephele. Another version, however, makes them children of a certain Centaurus, who mated with the Magnesian mares. Like minotaurs and harpies, they are meant to be half/part human, part/half animal. They are occasionally known as hippocentaurs. In many myths centaurs are mostly known for only being male, while in monster high centaurs can be male or female. 

Monster High

Avea is a girl who eats apples and oats just like a real horse. She also eats corn, oats and alfalfa. Little is known about Archer or Tina Hay, but Archer speaks in horse tongue instead of English and has a crush on Nightmare, while Tina Hay is a Monster High celebrity. The Fright-Mares are also centaur hybrids with the combenation of another monster, like how Avea is half centaur and half harpy. 

Description 

In monster high centaurs are monsters with an upper body similar to a humans while having the lower body of a horse. Avea Trotter for example also has horse like ears while Archer has human ears. Avea's ears also move downward whenever she feels down, much like a real life horse. Centaurs also have horse like tails and hooves. 

Abilities 

  • Super Speed: Centaurs can run at high speeds since they have four legs rather then two. 

Known Centaurs

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Etymology

In Greek, they are known as Κένταυρος, which also translates to: "Kéntauros" in transliteration. While in Latin, the creatures are known as centaurus.

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