Films: Cerberus (2005)
Location: Cave/Forest/Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average rhino.
Summary: Ladies and gents, the granddaddy of all hellhounds. The mutt that started it all. So ferocious, that one set of jaws simply isn't enough! The three-headed scourge known as Cerberus.
History: Way back then, Atilla the Hun made a deal with Satan to become the greatest conqueror that ever lived. He got the Sword of Mars to make himself invulnerable to all weaponry, but had to be watched over by the Hell guardian Cerberus. After he died, the demon dog watched over the sword, killing all who tried to steal it. One day, he slipped in his duties, letting the crazed mercenary Marcus Cutter get his hands on it. Now, our heroes need to deal with both the immortal madman slaughtering everyone with the sword, and Cerberus himself.
Notable Kills: See Final Fate.
Final Fate: After the sword is knocked from Cutter's grasp, he is dropped into Cerberus' awaiting jaws, which tear him into three separate pieces. Then another guy tosses the sword into the demon's chest, sending him back to Hell.
Powers/Abilities: Immune to all forms of weaponry. His serpent tail can also extend to ensnare prey.
Weakness: The Sword of Mars. Also, he falls asleep at the sound of music.
Scariness Factor: 2-Don't pick up that sword. Otherwise, you'll be faced with this oversized multi-headed pitbull with a snake for a tail. Of course, you would be scared had it not been for how wonky Cerberus looks with his oversized heads and bad CGI. But he can't seem to help that last part.
Trivia: -In Greek mythology, Cerberus is the dog of Hades, and the gatekeeper of the Underworld. As one of our leads helpfully points out, the only people who bested him were Heracles by virtue of being a Demigod, and Orpheus, whose fantastic lyre skills lulled the beast to sleep.
-The Sword of Mars, or the Sword of Atilla, is an actual artifact. One historian believes that it was found when a farmer followed his wounded sheep to it just lying there, and upon giving it to the Atilla, the conqueror loved it to the point of believing that it made him invincible. However, its true history has yet to be truly known.