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  • Anansi
  • Anansi
  • Anansi
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  • Anansi is a minor antagonist in the animated television series Gargoyles. He works for Oberon and is one of the Tricksters in the animated series. Anansi is based on the traditional African figure from African folklore. He is voiced by LeVar Burton in the English version.
  • Anansi was an African superhero. He teamed up with American superhero Static on at least two occasions.
  • Anansi is or was a trickster god.
  • Anansi is one of the Tricksters, a group of the Children of Oberon. His domain was in Nigeria.
  • Anansi is a Trickster mentioned in the book Bobby Singer's Guide to Hunting.
  • Once, the sky god Nyame had all the stories, and none were in the world. Anansi asked Nyame to buy the stories. Nyame told Anansi that he had to bring him Onini the Python, Osebo the Leopard, the Mmoboro hornets, and Mmoatia the dwarf. To get these creatures, Anansi: * Tricked Onini into being tied to a branch * Trapped Osebo in a hole and restrained him in webs * Convinced the hornets to hide in a gourd, which Anansi sealed * And tricked a dwarf into punching a sticky doll under the Tree of Life Anansi gave these prisoners to Nyame and was paid with the stories.
  • Nickname: The Walker, Walker Between the Worlds, and Anny Clan: None Title: Bad Boy of the Barrens
  • Note: Anansi from "Gargoyles" does not count as a protagonist. Instead, he is an antagonist who turns people into panthers.
  • Stoic narcissist. He tends to avoid people whenever possible and prefers solitude. He rarely ever cooperates with others even when it seems like his life depends on it. Only few have been able to persuade him to join them.
  • Anansi is a male spider. He is the most prominent figure in his culture, being the subject of most folk tales. Long ago, most tales were told about the Sky God, but Anansi asked to be made the subject of these stories instead. The Sky God relented, but only if Anansi could complete three difficult tasks: bring him a swarm of bees, a python, and a leopard. Despite his small size, Anansi was clever and managed to fulfill all three tasks. At their completion, the Sky God gave up his title to Anansi, who became the new subject of most tales.
  • Anansi is a powerful trickster from the animated series Gargoyles and a Child of Oberon, id est mystical beings that act as deities and mythical spirits in various human cultures. He is largely based on the West African deity of the same name; however, unlike the Anansi of the African folktales, this depiction of the spider god was more openly antagonistic on his first encounter with the Manhattan Clan. Ironically, while the real world deity was worshiped as a god of freedom and a patron for Caribbean slaves, the Gargoyles character would force humans into servitude.
  • thumb|right|300px|Anansi, a aranha e o Duende do rio, marionetes de sombras de Deb Chase (Oregon Shadow Theatre) Anansi, "aranha" em akan, a língua dos ashanti, é um deus, herói trapaceiro e herói civilizador dos ashanti. No folclore afro-americano influenciado pelos ashanti, principalmente nos EUA e Caribe, tornou-se um personagem de contos populares que toma diferentes formas, aspectos e nomes e às vezes é do sexo feminino. As variantes do seu nome incluem Anancy (Jamaica e Granada), Anancyi, Ananansa, Ananse, Aunt Nancy (na Carolina do Sul, Aunt Nancy é às vezes usado como nome folclórico para a aranha), Hanansi, Compé Anansi, Kweku Anansi (Akan), Nansi, Anansiil e B'anansi (Suriname). Às vezes, tem uma esposa conhecida como Aso ou Senhora Anansi.
  • Anansi (/əˈnɑːnsi/ ə-nahn-see) is a West African god. He often takes the shape of a spider and is considered to be the spirit of all knowledge of stories. He is also one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean folklore. He is also known as Ananse, Kwaku Ananse, and Anancy; and in the southern United States he has evolved into Aunt Nancy. He is a spider, but often acts and appears as a man.
  • In Ashanti mythology (the Ashanti reside in West Africa), Anansi is a Spider who is a trickster and cultural hero. Anansi is sometimes regarded as the creator of the Sun, Moon, Stars, the day/night cycle, and humans. He also taught humanity agriculture. Some stories tell of him marrying a king's daughter and creating wealth out of nothing. Another story tells of Anansi trying to store all of the world's wisdom in a calabash (bottle gourd), but it was too heavy to move around, so he tipped the calabash over, spreading wisdom into everyone. Another story tells how he got the title "king of all stories". Nyame, the sky god, told he could get the title only if he could catch Osebo, "the jaguar with teeth like daggers", Mmoboro, "the hornet whose sting is like fire", and "the fairy whom men nev
  • Anansi (pronunciation Ah-nahn-see) the trickster is a cunning and intelligent spider, and is one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean folklore. He is also known as Ananse, Kwaku Ananse, and Anancy; and in the Southern United States he has evolved into Aunt Nancy. He is a spider, but often acts and appears as a man. The story of Anansi is akin to the tricksters Coyote, Raven or Iktomi found in many Native American cultures.
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Alliance
  • Bad
Goal
  • To turn trick humans
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BaseHP
  • 1770
maxatk
  • N/A
maxlvl
  • 70
Geschlecht
  • Männlich
BaseDEF
  • 1390
Row 1 info
  • Anansi; Ananse; Kwaku Ananse; Anancy
basemaxhp
  • 3930
evolutionstep
  • 1
basemaxdef
  • 3090
Dislikes
  • The idea of people turning back into humans
maxdef
  • N/A
maxwis
  • N/A
baseagi
  • 2140
basemaxwis
  • 4880
basemaxatk
  • 4010
lastwords
  • Skkkkkkkutut.
basemaxagi
  • 4760
Row 2 info
  • West African Myth
nextrarity
  • Rare
Auftritt
  • ''Why Stories are told about Anansi Anansi Know-all
type of villain
  • Giant Spider, Trickster, slaver
Row 1 title
  • Real Name
confident
  • y
Row 2 title
  • First Appearance
low hp
  • 10000
evostep
  • Anansi
  • Anansesem
  • Anansesem II
  • Anansi II
Guild
  • Guildless
BaseATK
  • 1800
Row 3 info
  • West African Folklore
Rarity
  • Rare
Row 3 title
  • Created by
Spezies
maxagi
  • N/A
civilian name
  • Martin Toome
maxHP
  • N/A
basewis
  • 2190
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Box Title
  • Anansi
Relatives
  • Unkown
Voice
  • LeVar Burton
Goals
  • Turn people and animals into his personal slaves
Faction
  • Horde
Eyes
  • Black
  • Red
Origin
  • Gargoyles
Skills
  • Throwing webbing, controlling spiders, transforming animals into humans and vice versa
Age
  • 26
Likes
  • Turning people into panthers
Voiced by
Status
  • Unknown
Appearance
  • As a tiny spider: Red eyeballs and blue
  • As a giant spider: red scars on his abdomen, no visible pupils
Affiliation
loc
  • Cemetery
Hair
  • None
Name
  • Anansi
  • Anansi
Personality
  • Trickster
Abilities
  • Illusion castingWall-walking
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worth
  • 6500
Shows
  • Gargoyles
Fate
  • Gets defeated by the Avalon Clan and stabbed by Goliath with a spear; returns as one of the children of Oberon as a gigantic spider in his latest appearance
fgcolor
  • Red
  • red
Weight
  • 154.0
Meaning
  • Spider
Alias
  • Spider-Man
Hobby
  • Tricking people
Base
  • Ghana, Africa
Height
  • 6
Species
Game Name
  • Anansi
Marital Status
  • Single
Weapons
  • Mandibles, legs
Skill
  • Bind
Enemies
  • Goliath, Elisa, Angela, Fara Maku, Tea Gora, Diane Mazahttp://disneyvillains.wikia.com/index.php?title=Anansi&action=edit&useFormat=1&redlink=1#
Class
  • Shaman
BGCOLOR
  • black
  • #4B0082
Place of Birth
  • Unkown
Powers
  • Transform people into panthers
Home
  • Kara Digi
Occupation
  • Trickster god
  • Guardian of Fara Digi
  • Guardian of Kara Digi, slaver
Show
  • Vixen
ID
  • 174
Family
Fullname
  • Anansi
appears
  • Rafiki Remembers
Friends
  • Oberon
Eye Color
  • Blue
Gender
  • Male
  • O
Growth
  • Fast
Race
  • Troll
  • Goblin
Quote
  • "You will all serve me, you puny creatures!"
Date of Birth
  • ?/?/1993
Bild
  • Anansi.png
Professions
  • Skinning, Leatherworking
Designer
  • Greg Weisman
Size
  • 300
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  • note
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  • Anansi is a minor antagonist in the animated television series Gargoyles. He works for Oberon and is one of the Tricksters in the animated series. Anansi is based on the traditional African figure from African folklore. He is voiced by LeVar Burton in the English version.
  • Anansi was an African superhero. He teamed up with American superhero Static on at least two occasions.
  • Anansi is or was a trickster god.
  • thumb|right|300px|Anansi, a aranha e o Duende do rio, marionetes de sombras de Deb Chase (Oregon Shadow Theatre) Anansi, "aranha" em akan, a língua dos ashanti, é um deus, herói trapaceiro e herói civilizador dos ashanti. No folclore afro-americano influenciado pelos ashanti, principalmente nos EUA e Caribe, tornou-se um personagem de contos populares que toma diferentes formas, aspectos e nomes e às vezes é do sexo feminino. As variantes do seu nome incluem Anancy (Jamaica e Granada), Anancyi, Ananansa, Ananse, Aunt Nancy (na Carolina do Sul, Aunt Nancy é às vezes usado como nome folclórico para a aranha), Hanansi, Compé Anansi, Kweku Anansi (Akan), Nansi, Anansiil e B'anansi (Suriname). Às vezes, tem uma esposa conhecida como Aso ou Senhora Anansi. Entre os ashanti, Anansi é filho da deusa da fertilidade Asase Ya e do deus do céu Nyame, em nome do qual preparou a matéria dos primeiros humanos e criou o Sol, a Lua e as estrelas. Em seguida, Nyame insuflou a vida nos humanos e, como herói civilizador, Anansi lhes trouxe os cereais e a enxada. As façanhas deste personagem criaram contos populares na África Ocidental, que alcançaram as Antilhas, o Haiti e a América do Sul. Anansi engana animais, humanos e deuses (pode tomar qualquer forma), mas seu maior trunfo é o seu profundo conhecimento psicológico de suas vítimas. Uma das histórias chama-se "Baú de Anansi". Um dia, o herói, temendo pelo futuro de sua tribo, decide partir em uma aventura que prometia tesouros inimagináveis; teceu uma longa trama do chão ao céu e foi ter no castelo de um gigante de voz tonitruante e comportamento ardiloso, que lhe conferiu três trabalhos que testassem resistência, inteligência e honra. Anansi venceu cada uma das provas que lhe foram demandadas e retornou ao palácio para receber seu prêmio de direito. Muito espantado, o gigante não acreditava que um velho, enfraquecido por agruras de uma vida miserável, pudesse ter-se saído tão bem nas provações em que outros tantos tombaram. Por isso mesmo, após a estupefação inicial, decidiu entregar-lhe seu maior tesouro - um baú -, recomendando-lhe apenas que só o abrisse quando chegasse ao centro da aldeia. Anansi, apesar da curiosidade e imaginando todos os possíveis tesouros que ali estariam, desceu pela trama, alcançando sua aldeia. Qual seu espanto, quando, ao abrir a tampa, pularam de lá as mais lindas histórias, que saíram correndo e se espalharam pelos quatro cantos do mundo.
  • Anansi (/əˈnɑːnsi/ ə-nahn-see) is a West African god. He often takes the shape of a spider and is considered to be the spirit of all knowledge of stories. He is also one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean folklore. He is also known as Ananse, Kwaku Ananse, and Anancy; and in the southern United States he has evolved into Aunt Nancy. He is a spider, but often acts and appears as a man. The Anansi tales originated from the Ashanti people of present-day Ghana. The word Ananse is Akan and means "spider". They later spread to other Akan groups and then to the West Indies, Suriname, and the Netherlands Antilles. On Curaçao, Aruba, and Bonaire he is known as Nanzi, and his wife as Shi Maria. Anansi is depicted in many different ways. Sometimes he looks like an ordinary spider, sometimes he is a spider wearing clothes or with a human face and sometimes he looks much more like a human with spider elements, such as eight legs.
  • Anansi is one of the Tricksters, a group of the Children of Oberon. His domain was in Nigeria.
  • In Ashanti mythology (the Ashanti reside in West Africa), Anansi is a Spider who is a trickster and cultural hero. Anansi is sometimes regarded as the creator of the Sun, Moon, Stars, the day/night cycle, and humans. He also taught humanity agriculture. Some stories tell of him marrying a king's daughter and creating wealth out of nothing. Another story tells of Anansi trying to store all of the world's wisdom in a calabash (bottle gourd), but it was too heavy to move around, so he tipped the calabash over, spreading wisdom into everyone. Another story tells how he got the title "king of all stories". Nyame, the sky god, told he could get the title only if he could catch Osebo, "the jaguar with teeth like daggers", Mmoboro, "the hornet whose sting is like fire", and "the fairy whom men never see". Nyame doubts Anansi can accomplish these feets. Anansi tricks the Osebo, who wants to eat the spider, into playing a game where the jaguar gets tied up in Anansi's silk, tricks Mmoboro into pretending its raining and offers him a hiding place in a calabash, and tricks the fairy by some means. Some accounts replace the fairy with Onini, the great python. Anansi presents all 3 to Nyame and is granted the title "king of all stories". Anansi is depicted as a spider, a human, or a spider-man. Anansi is extremely popular and was imported to the Caribbean by African slaves, who enjoyed the figure because he used wit and cunning to overcome opponents far stronger than him.
  • Anansi (pronunciation Ah-nahn-see) the trickster is a cunning and intelligent spider, and is one of the most important characters of West African and Caribbean folklore. He is also known as Ananse, Kwaku Ananse, and Anancy; and in the Southern United States he has evolved into Aunt Nancy. He is a spider, but often acts and appears as a man. The story of Anansi is akin to the tricksters Coyote, Raven or Iktomi found in many Native American cultures. The Anansi tales are believed to have originated in the Ashanti tribe in Ghana. (The word Anansi is Akan and means, simply, spider.) They later spread to other Akan groups and then to the West Indies, Suriname, and the Netherlands Antilles. On Curaçao, Aruba, and Bonaire he is known as Nanzi, and his wife as Shi Maria.
  • Anansi is a Trickster mentioned in the book Bobby Singer's Guide to Hunting.
  • Once, the sky god Nyame had all the stories, and none were in the world. Anansi asked Nyame to buy the stories. Nyame told Anansi that he had to bring him Onini the Python, Osebo the Leopard, the Mmoboro hornets, and Mmoatia the dwarf. To get these creatures, Anansi: * Tricked Onini into being tied to a branch * Trapped Osebo in a hole and restrained him in webs * Convinced the hornets to hide in a gourd, which Anansi sealed * And tricked a dwarf into punching a sticky doll under the Tree of Life Anansi gave these prisoners to Nyame and was paid with the stories.
  • Nickname: The Walker, Walker Between the Worlds, and Anny Clan: None Title: Bad Boy of the Barrens
  • Note: Anansi from "Gargoyles" does not count as a protagonist. Instead, he is an antagonist who turns people into panthers.
  • Anansi is a powerful trickster from the animated series Gargoyles and a Child of Oberon, id est mystical beings that act as deities and mythical spirits in various human cultures. He is largely based on the West African deity of the same name; however, unlike the Anansi of the African folktales, this depiction of the spider god was more openly antagonistic on his first encounter with the Manhattan Clan. Ironically, while the real world deity was worshiped as a god of freedom and a patron for Caribbean slaves, the Gargoyles character would force humans into servitude. He was voiced by Star Trek actor LeVar Burton.
  • Stoic narcissist. He tends to avoid people whenever possible and prefers solitude. He rarely ever cooperates with others even when it seems like his life depends on it. Only few have been able to persuade him to join them.
  • Anansi is a male spider. He is the most prominent figure in his culture, being the subject of most folk tales. Long ago, most tales were told about the Sky God, but Anansi asked to be made the subject of these stories instead. The Sky God relented, but only if Anansi could complete three difficult tasks: bring him a swarm of bees, a python, and a leopard. Despite his small size, Anansi was clever and managed to fulfill all three tasks. At their completion, the Sky God gave up his title to Anansi, who became the new subject of most tales.
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