Kushtaka Problems by Ciervo

Kushtaka Problems by

Date: 12/1/2013 Views: 8728 Favorites: 83 Comments: 14

Annoyed
Confused
Folklore
Forced Transformation
Otter
Shocked
Surprised
joeyliverwurst

A kushtaka can save a dying person's life through transforming him or her into another kushtaka.

Thing is, JoeyLiverwurst didn't want to be saved from this injury.

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Joeyliverwurst

You are pure evil.

chipchilinka

Even more evil that you thought.

AlrightOwl

Aww, stop, I think it's lovely! You'll love your new life as a kushtaka! So adorable! <3

Joeyliverwurst

I think mind control is synonymous with kushtaka, so I likely would whatever my current leanings.

Ciervo

Eh, we can forgo the mind control for now ... in order to see your reaction >:D

whogives

very interesting not bad they are cute reminds me of jak the video game

Akai

Daxter is an Otsel after all (combination OTter and weaSEL). I like the otter and am appreciative of knowledge of this mythological creature I never knew existed. Thanks!

tenkokukutiw

buen chiste

:)

Mexwerewolf

LOL!!!!

Silvermage

the kushtaka originates from the pacific northwest native americans mainly the Inglets. Kushtaka can take human form but still have their tails, also kushtaka have been known to used enchanted food to transform people into kushtaka.

Seadog-driftwood

Well said, Silvermage. The Kushtaka or Kooshdakhaa are (at least in name) of Tlingit origin, from the Alaskan panhandle and parts of Brilish Columbia. Kooshda means "(river) otter", and "-khaa" (or "qhaa") means "man".

YA-in-the-cafe

They have were otters in Brazil too, they transform by swallowing a raw tobacco leaf.

Ciervo

Oh, nice! What are they called? :D

YA-in-the-cafe

I don't know what they are called, I heard it while Googleing the hallucinogenic effects of tobacco for my book a while ago, though the tribe the legend appears in is the Bororo tribe.