The Griffin originated from ancient mythology and can be traced back to ancient Persia and ancient Egypt, but it became common in Greek mythology for the first time and was regarded as a symbol of divinity.
The Griffin has the forelimbs, wings and head of a giant eagle, while its body, hind legs and tail are like a lion. The Griffin mainly feeds on raw meat. The Griffin is fierce, but skilled wizards can also make friends with it. Like Sphinx, the Griffin is often hired by wizards to guard the treasure.