According to ancient mythology, the Chimera was a fearful fire-breathing monster. The fore part of its body was a compound of the lion and the goat, and the hind part a dragon's. According to the myth, Chimera made great havoc in Lycia until king Iobates sought for some hero to destroy it.

Chimera Fire Protection Pty (Ltd) was born of a need to halt the destruction caused by Chimera. As with the myth, one does not simply halt destruction without careful planning and strategizing.

We believe that prevention is better than cure. In partnership with customers we advise and assist them by offering the best possible ways of protecting themselves, their staff, customers and investments from fire. This includes assisting, advising, designing and providing the most cost effective systems with the greatest value for money. Our approach is to provide long-term benefit, scale-ability and flexibility specifically designed for the application and risk profile in question.

The Chimera in Greek myth was a fire-breathing monster resembling a cross between a lion, a goat and a serpent. The most common depiction gives it the head and front legs of a lion, a goat's head emerging from its back and a tail tipped with a snake's head (though sources vary whether its hind legs were like a lion's, goat's, or dragon's). Another common depiction shows it with only one head, having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a serpent. It was also said to breathe fire, though stories vary on which of its three heads spouted flames. Though female, it was often depicted having a mane on its lion's head.

In myth, the Chimera was said to be one of the children of  Typhon  and Echidna, along with  Cerberus and the  Hydra . It terrorized the land of Asia Minor, and slaying it was the task of the hero Bellerophon. With the aid of the  Pegasus , Bellerophon managed to kill the Chimera by forcing a lump of lead down its throat(s) - when the beast tried to breath fire at its flying foe, the lead melted and burned its insides. 

Within the God of War series, the Chimera is depicted as a large, tan-furred beast capable of walking on either two or four legs. On its front is the head of a monstrous fanged goat sporting three horns on its head and a smaller one on its snout. Underneath it is the head of a lion, which faces downwards while the Chimera is on all fours and takes charge of the body when it stands up on two legs. The Chimera's tail takes the form of a large blue-green serpent, and snake-like scales run down the underside of its belly. Its hands are humanoid with long clawed fingers, and its hind legs have cloven hooves.

The Chimaera was a hybrid monster in Greek mythology, child of Typhoeus and Echidna and sibling of Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra . It had the head and body of a lion, as well as the head of a goat that was attached to its back, and a tail that ended on a head of a snake.

It resided in Lycia , a place in Asia Minor, where it ravaged the lands with its fire breath. It was killed by Bellerophon , assisted by Pegasus , when the former was asked by King Iobates of Lycia . Bellerophon rode on Pegasus ' back, who could fly, and shot arrows at the Chimera from above.

Fire breath (3 projectiles): each causes 28 hack (x3 vs myth units) to all nearby units. Range: 8 meters. Recharge time: 20 seconds.

The powerful jaws of their lion head grants them a strong melee hack attack. Chimera possess a powerful special attack, whereby their snake tail lunges forward and spews fire over the enemy. This is an area of effect attack that damages many enemies at once. Due to the nature of their special attack and their general effectiveness against most types of unit, Chimera need little management in order to be effective.

Like all myth units, the Chimera gains bonus damage against human units and is also strong against other myth units. However they are easily slain by heroes .

According to ancient mythology, the Chimera was a fearful fire-breathing monster. The fore part of its body was a compound of the lion and the goat, and the hind part a dragon's. According to the myth, Chimera made great havoc in Lycia until king Iobates sought for some hero to destroy it.

Chimera Fire Protection Pty (Ltd) was born of a need to halt the destruction caused by Chimera. As with the myth, one does not simply halt destruction without careful planning and strategizing.

We believe that prevention is better than cure. In partnership with customers we advise and assist them by offering the best possible ways of protecting themselves, their staff, customers and investments from fire. This includes assisting, advising, designing and providing the most cost effective systems with the greatest value for money. Our approach is to provide long-term benefit, scale-ability and flexibility specifically designed for the application and risk profile in question.

The Chimera in Greek myth was a fire-breathing monster resembling a cross between a lion, a goat and a serpent. The most common depiction gives it the head and front legs of a lion, a goat's head emerging from its back and a tail tipped with a snake's head (though sources vary whether its hind legs were like a lion's, goat's, or dragon's). Another common depiction shows it with only one head, having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a serpent. It was also said to breathe fire, though stories vary on which of its three heads spouted flames. Though female, it was often depicted having a mane on its lion's head.

In myth, the Chimera was said to be one of the children of  Typhon  and Echidna, along with  Cerberus and the  Hydra . It terrorized the land of Asia Minor, and slaying it was the task of the hero Bellerophon. With the aid of the  Pegasus , Bellerophon managed to kill the Chimera by forcing a lump of lead down its throat(s) - when the beast tried to breath fire at its flying foe, the lead melted and burned its insides. 

Within the God of War series, the Chimera is depicted as a large, tan-furred beast capable of walking on either two or four legs. On its front is the head of a monstrous fanged goat sporting three horns on its head and a smaller one on its snout. Underneath it is the head of a lion, which faces downwards while the Chimera is on all fours and takes charge of the body when it stands up on two legs. The Chimera's tail takes the form of a large blue-green serpent, and snake-like scales run down the underside of its belly. Its hands are humanoid with long clawed fingers, and its hind legs have cloven hooves.

According to ancient mythology, the Chimera was a fearful fire-breathing monster. The fore part of its body was a compound of the lion and the goat, and the hind part a dragon's. According to the myth, Chimera made great havoc in Lycia until king Iobates sought for some hero to destroy it.

Chimera Fire Protection Pty (Ltd) was born of a need to halt the destruction caused by Chimera. As with the myth, one does not simply halt destruction without careful planning and strategizing.

We believe that prevention is better than cure. In partnership with customers we advise and assist them by offering the best possible ways of protecting themselves, their staff, customers and investments from fire. This includes assisting, advising, designing and providing the most cost effective systems with the greatest value for money. Our approach is to provide long-term benefit, scale-ability and flexibility specifically designed for the application and risk profile in question.

The Chimera in Greek myth was a fire-breathing monster resembling a cross between a lion, a goat and a serpent. The most common depiction gives it the head and front legs of a lion, a goat's head emerging from its back and a tail tipped with a snake's head (though sources vary whether its hind legs were like a lion's, goat's, or dragon's). Another common depiction shows it with only one head, having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a serpent. It was also said to breathe fire, though stories vary on which of its three heads spouted flames. Though female, it was often depicted having a mane on its lion's head.

In myth, the Chimera was said to be one of the children of  Typhon  and Echidna, along with  Cerberus and the  Hydra . It terrorized the land of Asia Minor, and slaying it was the task of the hero Bellerophon. With the aid of the  Pegasus , Bellerophon managed to kill the Chimera by forcing a lump of lead down its throat(s) - when the beast tried to breath fire at its flying foe, the lead melted and burned its insides. 

Within the God of War series, the Chimera is depicted as a large, tan-furred beast capable of walking on either two or four legs. On its front is the head of a monstrous fanged goat sporting three horns on its head and a smaller one on its snout. Underneath it is the head of a lion, which faces downwards while the Chimera is on all fours and takes charge of the body when it stands up on two legs. The Chimera's tail takes the form of a large blue-green serpent, and snake-like scales run down the underside of its belly. Its hands are humanoid with long clawed fingers, and its hind legs have cloven hooves.

The Chimaera was a hybrid monster in Greek mythology, child of Typhoeus and Echidna and sibling of Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra . It had the head and body of a lion, as well as the head of a goat that was attached to its back, and a tail that ended on a head of a snake.

It resided in Lycia , a place in Asia Minor, where it ravaged the lands with its fire breath. It was killed by Bellerophon , assisted by Pegasus , when the former was asked by King Iobates of Lycia . Bellerophon rode on Pegasus ' back, who could fly, and shot arrows at the Chimera from above.

Fire breath (3 projectiles): each causes 28 hack (x3 vs myth units) to all nearby units. Range: 8 meters. Recharge time: 20 seconds.

The powerful jaws of their lion head grants them a strong melee hack attack. Chimera possess a powerful special attack, whereby their snake tail lunges forward and spews fire over the enemy. This is an area of effect attack that damages many enemies at once. Due to the nature of their special attack and their general effectiveness against most types of unit, Chimera need little management in order to be effective.

Like all myth units, the Chimera gains bonus damage against human units and is also strong against other myth units. However they are easily slain by heroes .

In Greek mythology , the Chimera is a monstrous creature that was composed of several different animals. The chimera is only one of several famous mythological hybrids. As with all mythical creatures , there is the question of its origin. In some traditions, the Chimera was one of the offspring of Typhon and Echidna and sister of such monsters as Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra. However, the chimera does not appear to have an existence in physical reality, save for the individual animals from which it is composed.

The word chimera comes from the Greek Χίμαιρα, which translates as "she-goat or monster." [1] Through the Latin Chimaera comes the English version, which has a second definition, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, as being "An unreal creature of the imagination, a mere fancy; an un-found conception." Along with these two meanings are a host of variants on the root word: Chimeric is something that is "fanciful or imaginary"; Chimerical is something "of the nature of the chimera; vainly or fantastically conceived"; and Chimerize is the act of indulging "in chimeras, indulge and foster wild and unfounded fancies."

The most common description of the chimera comes from Homer 's Illiad, in which the creature is said to have the head of a lion , the body of a goat , and tail of a snake . It is also believed to breath fire and be female, despite the mane adorning the lions head. [2] The chimera was said to be incredibly vicious and powerful, especially since as one single creature, it possessed the abilities of three separate animals.

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According to ancient mythology, the Chimera was a fearful fire-breathing monster. The fore part of its body was a compound of the lion and the goat, and the hind part a dragon's. According to the myth, Chimera made great havoc in Lycia until king Iobates sought for some hero to destroy it.

Chimera Fire Protection Pty (Ltd) was born of a need to halt the destruction caused by Chimera. As with the myth, one does not simply halt destruction without careful planning and strategizing.

We believe that prevention is better than cure. In partnership with customers we advise and assist them by offering the best possible ways of protecting themselves, their staff, customers and investments from fire. This includes assisting, advising, designing and providing the most cost effective systems with the greatest value for money. Our approach is to provide long-term benefit, scale-ability and flexibility specifically designed for the application and risk profile in question.

According to ancient mythology, the Chimera was a fearful fire-breathing monster. The fore part of its body was a compound of the lion and the goat, and the hind part a dragon's. According to the myth, Chimera made great havoc in Lycia until king Iobates sought for some hero to destroy it.

Chimera Fire Protection Pty (Ltd) was born of a need to halt the destruction caused by Chimera. As with the myth, one does not simply halt destruction without careful planning and strategizing.

We believe that prevention is better than cure. In partnership with customers we advise and assist them by offering the best possible ways of protecting themselves, their staff, customers and investments from fire. This includes assisting, advising, designing and providing the most cost effective systems with the greatest value for money. Our approach is to provide long-term benefit, scale-ability and flexibility specifically designed for the application and risk profile in question.

The Chimera in Greek myth was a fire-breathing monster resembling a cross between a lion, a goat and a serpent. The most common depiction gives it the head and front legs of a lion, a goat's head emerging from its back and a tail tipped with a snake's head (though sources vary whether its hind legs were like a lion's, goat's, or dragon's). Another common depiction shows it with only one head, having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a serpent. It was also said to breathe fire, though stories vary on which of its three heads spouted flames. Though female, it was often depicted having a mane on its lion's head.

In myth, the Chimera was said to be one of the children of  Typhon  and Echidna, along with  Cerberus and the  Hydra . It terrorized the land of Asia Minor, and slaying it was the task of the hero Bellerophon. With the aid of the  Pegasus , Bellerophon managed to kill the Chimera by forcing a lump of lead down its throat(s) - when the beast tried to breath fire at its flying foe, the lead melted and burned its insides. 

Within the God of War series, the Chimera is depicted as a large, tan-furred beast capable of walking on either two or four legs. On its front is the head of a monstrous fanged goat sporting three horns on its head and a smaller one on its snout. Underneath it is the head of a lion, which faces downwards while the Chimera is on all fours and takes charge of the body when it stands up on two legs. The Chimera's tail takes the form of a large blue-green serpent, and snake-like scales run down the underside of its belly. Its hands are humanoid with long clawed fingers, and its hind legs have cloven hooves.

The Chimaera was a hybrid monster in Greek mythology, child of Typhoeus and Echidna and sibling of Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra . It had the head and body of a lion, as well as the head of a goat that was attached to its back, and a tail that ended on a head of a snake.

It resided in Lycia , a place in Asia Minor, where it ravaged the lands with its fire breath. It was killed by Bellerophon , assisted by Pegasus , when the former was asked by King Iobates of Lycia . Bellerophon rode on Pegasus ' back, who could fly, and shot arrows at the Chimera from above.

According to ancient mythology, the Chimera was a fearful fire-breathing monster. The fore part of its body was a compound of the lion and the goat, and the hind part a dragon's. According to the myth, Chimera made great havoc in Lycia until king Iobates sought for some hero to destroy it.

Chimera Fire Protection Pty (Ltd) was born of a need to halt the destruction caused by Chimera. As with the myth, one does not simply halt destruction without careful planning and strategizing.

We believe that prevention is better than cure. In partnership with customers we advise and assist them by offering the best possible ways of protecting themselves, their staff, customers and investments from fire. This includes assisting, advising, designing and providing the most cost effective systems with the greatest value for money. Our approach is to provide long-term benefit, scale-ability and flexibility specifically designed for the application and risk profile in question.

The Chimera in Greek myth was a fire-breathing monster resembling a cross between a lion, a goat and a serpent. The most common depiction gives it the head and front legs of a lion, a goat's head emerging from its back and a tail tipped with a snake's head (though sources vary whether its hind legs were like a lion's, goat's, or dragon's). Another common depiction shows it with only one head, having the head of a lion, the body of a goat, and the tail of a serpent. It was also said to breathe fire, though stories vary on which of its three heads spouted flames. Though female, it was often depicted having a mane on its lion's head.

In myth, the Chimera was said to be one of the children of  Typhon  and Echidna, along with  Cerberus and the  Hydra . It terrorized the land of Asia Minor, and slaying it was the task of the hero Bellerophon. With the aid of the  Pegasus , Bellerophon managed to kill the Chimera by forcing a lump of lead down its throat(s) - when the beast tried to breath fire at its flying foe, the lead melted and burned its insides. 

Within the God of War series, the Chimera is depicted as a large, tan-furred beast capable of walking on either two or four legs. On its front is the head of a monstrous fanged goat sporting three horns on its head and a smaller one on its snout. Underneath it is the head of a lion, which faces downwards while the Chimera is on all fours and takes charge of the body when it stands up on two legs. The Chimera's tail takes the form of a large blue-green serpent, and snake-like scales run down the underside of its belly. Its hands are humanoid with long clawed fingers, and its hind legs have cloven hooves.

The Chimaera was a hybrid monster in Greek mythology, child of Typhoeus and Echidna and sibling of Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra . It had the head and body of a lion, as well as the head of a goat that was attached to its back, and a tail that ended on a head of a snake.

It resided in Lycia , a place in Asia Minor, where it ravaged the lands with its fire breath. It was killed by Bellerophon , assisted by Pegasus , when the former was asked by King Iobates of Lycia . Bellerophon rode on Pegasus ' back, who could fly, and shot arrows at the Chimera from above.

Fire breath (3 projectiles): each causes 28 hack (x3 vs myth units) to all nearby units. Range: 8 meters. Recharge time: 20 seconds.

The powerful jaws of their lion head grants them a strong melee hack attack. Chimera possess a powerful special attack, whereby their snake tail lunges forward and spews fire over the enemy. This is an area of effect attack that damages many enemies at once. Due to the nature of their special attack and their general effectiveness against most types of unit, Chimera need little management in order to be effective.

Like all myth units, the Chimera gains bonus damage against human units and is also strong against other myth units. However they are easily slain by heroes .

In Greek mythology , the Chimera is a monstrous creature that was composed of several different animals. The chimera is only one of several famous mythological hybrids. As with all mythical creatures , there is the question of its origin. In some traditions, the Chimera was one of the offspring of Typhon and Echidna and sister of such monsters as Cerberus and the Lernaean Hydra. However, the chimera does not appear to have an existence in physical reality, save for the individual animals from which it is composed.

The word chimera comes from the Greek Χίμαιρα, which translates as "she-goat or monster." [1] Through the Latin Chimaera comes the English version, which has a second definition, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, as being "An unreal creature of the imagination, a mere fancy; an un-found conception." Along with these two meanings are a host of variants on the root word: Chimeric is something that is "fanciful or imaginary"; Chimerical is something "of the nature of the chimera; vainly or fantastically conceived"; and Chimerize is the act of indulging "in chimeras, indulge and foster wild and unfounded fancies."

The most common description of the chimera comes from Homer 's Illiad, in which the creature is said to have the head of a lion , the body of a goat , and tail of a snake . It is also believed to breath fire and be female, despite the mane adorning the lions head. [2] The chimera was said to be incredibly vicious and powerful, especially since as one single creature, it possessed the abilities of three separate animals.

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