Name Translation: Kicking Mule
Origin: Spanish Legend
Note: The main source of this dragon's story says that its strange nature is due to the eroding of the legends of Spain.
Guita's name means "Kicking Mule." Very little is known of the dragon's past. During the festival of Corpus Christi and the Patum of Berga in Catalonia, this dragon is used in the parades to ward of evils that might harm the people. The dragon was said to have fiery breathe, and so, to recreated that, the people usually place fireworks and rockets in the dragon's mouth while on parade. 
Guita had a black face with huge fangs and leering eyes. Its mouth is usually portrayed as opened and red. The body is long and serpentine with a neck that is extended. 
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