Atheist Mantis

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Atheist Mantis
atheus mantis
An atheist mantis trying to break from the praying position
Class Insect
Habitat Forest, Backyards, Gardens, Parks
Totem for We Are Atheists ⚜️ 
Description Identical to a mantis religiosa, but a lot more pessimistic

The Atheist Mantis (atheus mantis) is a, you guessed right, a mantis. In contrast of his twin, the mantis religiosa, an atheist mantis does not hold his forelegs in a praying position, but the way her anatomy let her hold, which is in a praying position.


The Atheist Mantis, as strange it may sound, was a quite catholic being. Descendant of a broken family, she joined the church in a very early stage of her life, promising to herself that she would never eat her future husband.

By unknown circumstances, the atheist mantis stoppped believing in any faith at all.


Small but fast, Heroes are warned to look out their private places, since the many incidents of Heroes losing their sword. His strength and weaknesses are still unknown, but from the few (unfortunately) encounters that many heroes have had with the atheist mantis, they were able to sum up some of it's attributes.


  • Very fast and agile
  • Has both accuracy and precision
  • General tricks won't work, as she will question the hero/heroine's tricks, eventually making the hero/heroine fall on his/her own trick, in an attempt to demonstrate it.


  • He hates himself for not being able to stop holding a praying position, so anybody who reminds him of that, may drive him/her into an infinite circle of pain and agony.
  • It's small, so heroes that have enough common sense, may just stomp on them.
Insects and Arachnids
Insects Aftermoth • Atheist Mantis • Balding Scentipede • Bloodthirsty Mosquito • Big Bad Bed Bug • Bonfirefly • Bossquito • Catastroflea • Caterpillar of Strength • Chaos Butterfly • Clockroach • Combat Ant • Critical Bug • Dragon-Sized Fly • Effective Butterfly • Forbidden Fruit Fly • Forget-Me Gnat • Gluten Flea • Headless Horsefly • Incendiary Firefly • Jitter Bug • Litter Bug • Love Bug • Margarine Fly • Millennium Bug • Mobile Anthill • Moosequito • Murdersquito • Necromantis • One-Legged Centipede • Parking Cricket • Pollen-Allergic Bee • Radioactive Cockroach • Rigor Mantis • Scentipede • Sci-Fly • Serial Killer Bee • Shoe Hornet • Spelling Bee • Spraying Mantis • Sputterfly • Stomach Bug • Sulphuric Aphid • Tenacious Bee • Thunder Gnat • Very Hungry Caterpillar • Wanna Bee • Wi-Fly • Willy-the-Wasp
Arachnids Anti-Bio-Tick • Arachnophobic Spider • Dyna Mite • Frost Mite • Itsy-Bitsy Spider • Nervous Tick • Praise Spider • Scarepion • Tap-Dancing Spider • Tripodal Spider • Websurfing Spider