Not all magical creatures feel bound to the treaties of the Carta de Liga, some don't have the intellectual capacity to do so, others simply don't care.
In the middle of the two categories lies the Traigolzu.
The Traigolzu is an abyssal monster, reminiscent of a giant octopus, that inhabits the seas around Onfalu's coast. This colossal creature spends the majority of the year in the depth of marine caverns, eating fish and crustacean as any well behaved cephalopod would. During its mating season, though, it starts to develop a craving for human flesh and gets closer and closer to the surface, at first snatching stranded fishermen and scuba divers, then starting to gain the land crawling out of the water and through seaside villages on its ten tentacles.
Despite its alien aspect, this creature has a keen mind, though no sense of law or loyalty, and will use every rouse to coerce people out of their shelters and drag them into the sea with them. When every other tactic fails, it resolves to use the magic properties of its siphon, capable of emitting a sweetly scented gas that has hypnotic powers. This is used as a last resource as it's fundamental for the creature breeding process and it will cause an increment of the human meat needs to replenish it. This is a most unwelcome development of the situation, as the monster will go on a feeding frenzy to satisfy its hunger and will potentially use more of the gas in a chain reaction. Legends are told about Traigolzus rampaging villages for days in one of these episodes until finally subdued by joint forces of witches and Janas as it started to threaten its own fairy siblings. Fortunately, these episodes are rare and only three active Traigolzus are currently known in Onfalu's sea. They rarely gain land anymore, satisfied by the occasional unfortunate sailor or diver they can capture in their large territories.
by Stephen Dull