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Once More the Nightmare Factory was the eighteenth episode of Season 1 of The Secret Saturdays. The Peluda (sometimes called the Shaggy Beast or La Velue) is a supposed dragon that terrorized a La Ferte-Bernard, France, in medieval times.
The lore proposed that the beast was denied access to Noah's Ark, yet survived the biblical flood by seeking refuge in a cave near the Huisne River.
The creature appeared harmless unless provoked, as it randomly bounced around the Mansion like an over sized sheep dog until fiercely retaliating after being attacked by Komodo. Nagas are intelligent species that resembles a large snake with some human-like characteristics. In Kur:Part One, the Nagas are also after Zak wanting him to lead them and the cryptids into a new era. In The Legion of Garuda, the Saturdays learn that it is possible to drive out the spirit of Kur by using a flute that the Nagas stole centuries ago. First seen in Once More the Nightmare Factory, The Naga relic can sense where Kur is as it glows in varying degrees of brightness depending on its proximity to Kur. In The Unblinking eye, the Naga relic seemed to be destroyed by the blast along with the Kur-detecting satellite. It is possible that the Naga relic or Rani Nagi herself is the main reason why Kur was evil thousands of years ago as Rani Nagi could have directly taken control of the ancient Kur because in the Enuma Elis, the Babylonian creation myth, Kur was depicted as a serpent-like dragon (like on Zak's shirt). It is possible that Rani Nagi's name is Serpentine Lady since Argost called her that when he had Fiskerton in Weird World. The Nagas once tried to rip the world in half as a negotiating fee, though insane, it shows they are willing to make deals.
Naga lao of mekong—the male Naga who is capable of breathing fire and resembles a coral snake.
Mamlambo—a purple fish-like snake cryptid that crawls on its front legs and can also give a shock like an electric eel.
It made its first appearance in Once More the Nightmare Factory and could be controlled in Beast of the Fifth Sun.


Depending on the account, it had either a porcupine-like body or a mess of hair-like projections hanging from its body that were actually stinger-tipped tentacles which could erect into quills.
After many years, it returned to rampage across the countryside, wilting crops with its breath and devouring both livestock and humans.
Rani Nagi is sand-colored with four arms, but one male is green in color and missing a pair of arms (external differences such as a pair of extra arms is actually not uncommon in nature, for example male green anaconda has small rudimental legs on its tail). Turns out the Nagas had a good reason to steal it: when you drive out the spirit of Kur, you'll kill Kur. He is also seen in a vision from Return of Tsul 'Kalu where he asked "Your next command, my Master Kur?" and then he strikes Zak for unknown reasons. Argost that Fiskerton isn’t the cryptid Kur as he expected, but a Lemurian, which can lead him to Kur. They are highly intelligent, can use telepathy and can control any serpent through telepathy, included the Kumari Kandam sea serpent.
Rani attempted to convince Zak to tap into his inner Kur and lead cryptids in a war against humanity. The Saturdays find that out as it almost happens to Zak because Zak is Kur himself, not just someone who is possessed by Kur. It was once stolen by V.V Argost in the episode The Atlas Pin, he attempted to fly around the world with it, seeking Kur.
Doyle overhears this conversation, and enters the room to rescue Fiskerton shortly after the revelation. Consistently, it was said to have possessed poisonous stingers that it could shoot off its body, a snake's neck, head, and tail, large, tortoise-like feet, and a green color.
It was also seen in Target: Fiskerton and The Atlas Pin where we see a male version for the first time. Her attempt was interrupted by the timely arrival of the rest of the family and after a rough battle, they saved Zak and escaped. The Saturdays, the Secret Scientists, and the Nagas save Zak, and the sorcerers disappears.


When the Saturdays took the Naga relic away from Argost, Fiskerton decided that he would use his instincts to find Kur instead of using the artifact since it was full of dark magic, throwing it off the airship. Meanwhile, after the family goes though many trials, Drew is able to photograph the final piece of the Kur Stone. However, the Naga's had already succeeded in having Zak's power summon the most vicious cryptids from around the world in a battle against humans, with Rani and her nagas leading it in the name of Kur.
Nagas are semi-aquatic, which means they can live both in the water or on the land, they can even breathe under water.
But, while she is about to strike Rani Nagi knocks her down and is about to hit her with her own sword. In Shadows of Lemuria, we can see that sometimes, the artifact glowed yellow when it repaired itself, however because Zak, the real Kur, hadn't been close to it and when he actually came close enough, Doyle quickly covered it with a cloth we do not know if it glowed or not. Doc asks Doyle to train Zak, recognizing that Doyle possesses unique skills that neither he nor Drew could teach. In Buddhism, the nagas are the enemies of the Garudas, minor deities resembling gigantic eagles, who eat them. In Kur Rising, it glows very bright at the Antarctic creature with Zak and Fisk inside its stomach, but when Zak and Fisk are ejected from "Kur", the device stops glowing so brightly near "Kur" and starts glowing brightly again toward Zak.
Doyle agrees to this, but he and Fiskerton keep quiet about the information that they have learned. They learned how to keep from being devoured by the Garudas by eating large stones, which made them too heavy to be carried off by the Garudas. Then, Zak's eyes also start to glow yellow and a symbol appears to be the letter C with a line connecting to a circle is shown on the Kur stone as if they're responding to the device in everyone's shock, stating that Zak was the real Kur the whole time. This explains the Nagas disliking of the Legion of Garuda and why the Nagas ran away when the head master of the Legion of Garuda made an illusion of a giant eagle, with the exception of Rani Nagi who immediately knew it was an illusion.



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