"When you gaze long into the Fitra, the Fitra also gazes into you."
—Friedrich Nietzsche (probably)Edit
The Fitra is a mystical and dangerous beast-god in the form of a rooster's head upon a cat's body. It is a dark god and the patron of fire and nightmares. Its stare is enough to captivate and paralyze the unwary, something that one unknowing and unfortunate gropaga was too late to learn.
Many mythical creatures of ancient times possess traits of being dangerous if gazed upon, such as the Greek legend Medusa which turns people into stone with her stare and the Seraphs of Christianity which incinerate beholders when they see its true form.