|Other languages:||Farsi: ترسک|
When woged, a Trasque has pale white skin and a ridge of scales, which start at the back of its head and run down the length of its back. The face becomes a small, pointed snout with a mouth full of sharpened teeth. It has claws and elongated ears, but the most striking aspect of its anatomy is its tail. The tail of a Trasque can be used similarly to that of a Manticore, but it is smaller. The tail has an arrow-shaped barb on the end that can be used to inject a poison that is dangerous and possibly deadly.
The Trasque is an unusual Wesen of small stature and solitary temperament. Its tail can be used as a dangerous weapon, and it is known to be attracted to the singing of maidens.
Excerpt from Grimm DiariesEdit
Harmless as this meak (sic) creature appears, its spiked tail carries a deadly poison. I could not allow these unsuspecting maidens to remain in harms way. Naturally, I followed the little dragon man into the woods and beheaded it.
|Season 3 Appearances|
|Unseen Wesen in Grimm|
|Afrotherian Wesen||Bhari Kadama|
|Canine Wesen||Lob Hombre, Volkodlak|
|Chimeric Wesen||Ammit, Empousai|
|Feliform Wesen||Abartige Aasfresser, Bastet|
|Feline Wesen||Ukufu Okusheshayo|
|Hexapod Wesen||Khepri, Sairento Shi|
|Meline Wesen||Rotznasig Carcaju|
|Mephitid Wesen||Faeteo fatalis|
|Pantherine Wesen||Rißfleisch, Tefnut|
|Unknown Wesen||Fétide Taillader, Gefrierengeber, Peau de la Mort, Sangrienta Manos, Schneetmacher, Waage|