Morsec Eclipsim, Latin for the eclipse of death, is not your everyday tiger. This creature of legend is described to have black fur with red stripes and plain white eyes with no pupils. Running down along its spine are seven colored gems of black, red, yellow, blue, purple, orange, and green. These gems represent death, time, space, mind, soul, reality, and power. Since Morsec Eclipsim symbolizes death, the black gem on its back is the biggest of all. This tiger is approximately twelve feet tall and twenty feet long not including its eight tails. Its fangs, teeth, and claws are golden but dripped with blood. It has two enormous black wings measured of thirty five feet from the left wing to the right wing. These give this creature the ability to fly from place to place. Every time when Morsec Eclipsim flies close to ground, the flaps of its wings would create a colossal tornado that blocks out the sun and destroys hundreds of buildings. The cyclone would also take thousands of lives and engulf these tasty souls as its meal. It is said that the creature’s home is among the clouds. It moves from one cloud to another, and like cats, it lays there and sleeps for days. Thought to be a creature of myths, there are reports from all around the world of its sighting. Many people reported that they have seen Morsec Eclipsim in a tornado near places they live. Some even made it out of the deadly tornado to tell their story. “It was unbelievable! I was scared to death when I saw this giant tiger- like creature flying over my house and bringing the tornado with it,” Sara from Texas told her story after the event. Scientists are intrigued and are looking to find the answer of where the creature comes from and how it is possible for such god-like animal to exist. Many hunters around the world have also set a goal to find and hunt down the creature as the number one trophy. It doesn’t matter what this creature might be, God or monster, there is no denying that Morsec Eclipsim is one of the wonders of this world.

Thanh Vy Truong