This is kind of a shameless plug, but they’re is an easy way to do this:
1. Pick up the Pathfinder Bestiary 2 or 3.
2. Open to a random magical beast or undead.
3. Look it up.
If it has a wikipedia entry, it probably counts.
Some I will note include the Akhluts (Half-wolf half-killer whale,) Hekatonkheires (The hundred-handed ones)
, The Baku (Like a dream-eater pre-pokemon) the Nue (Sanke-tailed monkey-tigers that transform into smoke) Tupilaqs (Whalebone Terminators, basically) and my favorite, the Tzitzimitl (Star-eating skeletal women with flint-blade tongue and literal [[Squick Trouser-snakes]])
Going with the original interpretations of a critter (Particularly angels) practically counts as making a monster different nowadays, so consider that.
Drop-bears are uncommon.
has some goodies. Conquest is always the most ignored horseman, and those fire-breath snake-tailed lion-horses and their riders are pretty awesome.
Also, Moar Hindu and Taoist myth! Gorgons are SO stale right now.
edited 27th Mar '12 1:44:03 AM by doorhandle