|Referenced|| "Game Ogre"|
"The Bottle Imp"
A Rißfleisch (standard: Rissfleich; pronunciation: RIS-flysh; Germ. riss "tore, ripped" or Riss "the kill of a predator -> prey" + Fleisch "flesh, meat") is a tiger-like Wesen. Following a murder where a man's abdomen was ripped open, the author of this passage in Marie's Book received a lead that the murderer had run back into town. She followed him to a drinking establishment, where she was able to get him drunk. Once drunk, he showed his "true colors, stripes and all". The Rißfleisch was also quite agile and quick. Marie's book says that Rißfleisch take down their prey with a pounce. Kessler's journal seems to indicate a connection between the Rißfleisch she followed to the pub and the recipe for the Spirit Oleander. It is currently unknown what this connection is.
|Unseen Wesen in Grimm|
|Meline Wesen||Rotznasig Carcaju|
|Mephitid Wesen||Faeteo fatalis|
|Unknown Wesen||Schneetmacher, Gefrierengeber, Waage|