Some brand new and amazing Bosses will be released for the new Wonderland Online version 3.0. They have dazzling appearances as well as strong powers. Next, we will give you a comprehensive sneak preview of these monsters.
Evil Snake Woman: From ancient times, snakes were thought to be insidious and crafty. According to the Bible, the snake is the craftiest animal among the creatures created by God. It lured Eve into eating the forbidden fruit, causing her to be driven out of Eden. In Chinese mythology, a lot of snakes transform into beautiful women to tempt men. All kinds of legends have defined the Evil Snake Womans viperous appearance.
Bird God Garuda: It has the head, wings, and mouth of an eagle but the limbs of a man. In different cultures, it has different identities. Buddhism regards it as one of its guardian gods. In Indian mythology, it is a mount of Vishnu, thus it is a noble symbol of Thai royalty.
Lion Dove: It is a righteous creature. It has the head and wings of an eagle but the body of a lion. Because of its appearance, it is considered as one of the strongest monsters. It is often sent to watch over various treasure chests. If you meet it, it wont be easy for you to leave safely.
Erawan: Widely worshipped in Thailand. According to Thai historical records, it is gentle and its four sides represent mercy, kindness, love and fairness respectively. Its statues and temples can be seen everywhere throughout Thailand and India.
Centaur: The upper half of the body is a man and the other half is a horse. They are good at using bows and spears. Due to its half horse body, it is very flexible and fast in battle. Sagittarius is derived from such a centaur Chiron.
Elephant God Ganesha: The most cherished God in India, Ganesha was the son of Shiva and Parvati. When Shiva discovered that he had cut off Ganeshas head by mistake, he asked Vishnu for help. Vishnu told him that if the head of the first creature that was found was transplanted onto Ganeshas neck, then Ganesha would live. Shiva found an elephant first, and Ganesha lived.