In the Armenian pantheon, some gods are considered as creatures, we then speak of Armenian monsters: AL, ARALEZ, DEVS, SHAHAPET, NHANG, PIATEK
- Al - Al is a puny evil spirit that attacks pregnant women and steals newborn babies. Described as half animal, half man, its teeth are made of iron and its claws are made of brass or copper. He usually wears a pointy hat covered with bells, and can become invisible.
- Aralez – Aralezner – The oldest gods of the pantheon Armenian, Aralez is similar to a wolf. He can heal and revive fallen warriors by licking their wounds.
- Devs – They are spirits composed of air coming from the mythology Zoroastrian (the Daevas), and share many similarities with angels. They reside in stony places and ruins.
- Shahapet - The Shahapet are guardian spirits in the form of sepent. They inhabited houses, orchards, fields, forests and cemeteries, among others. The Shvaz type was more agriculturally oriented, while the Shvod was a house keeper. A Shvod that is treated well can reward the inhabitants of the house with gold, but if it is treated badly it can cause conflict and leave.
- Nhang – The Nhang (from the Persian word for “crocodile”) was a river snake likened to a dragon. The creature could change into a woman to attract a man, then drag and drown the victim in order to drink their blood. The word "Nhang" is sometimes used as a generic term for a sea monster in ancient literature. armenian.
- Piatek - The Piatek is a large mammalian creature similar to a griffin.