Other languages: Farsi: ترسک

A Trasque (TRASK; Fr. Tarasque, a legendary Galatian dragon) is a dragon-like Wesen first seen in the Grimm Diaries in "The Good Soldier".


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

In the hamlet of Keswick, I came upon a lovely chorus of maidens performing in the glenn. Dancing before them was a Trasque: A small, solitary creature who loves the singing of maidens.

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.
Unseen Wesen in Grimm
Afrotherian Wesen Bhari Kadama
Amphibian Wesen Fossegrim
Avian Wesen Augapfel-Aushacken
Bovine Wesen Mordstier
Canine Wesen Lob Hombre, Volkodlak
Chimeric Wesen Ammit, Empousai
Chondrichthyan Wesen Ak-Moho-Alii
Decapod Wesen Karkinos
Feliform Wesen Abartige Aasfresser, Bastet
Feline Wesen Ukufu Okusheshayo
Hexapod Wesen Khepri, Sairento Shi
Lupine Wesen Grauhund
Meline Wesen Rotznasig Carcaju
Mephitid Wesen Faeteo fatalis
Monotreme Wesen Shnabeltiermörder
Pantherine Wesen Rißfleisch, Tefnut
Perissodactyl Wesen Abath
Primate Wesen Amarok, Handwerksburschen
Procyonid Wesen Waschbar
Pseudosuchian Wesen Trasque
Rodent Wesen Schmerzen-Kaninchen
Ruminant Wesen Spokelseshorn
Unknown Wesen Curupira, Fétide Taillader, Gefrierengeber, Leshy, Peau de la Mort, Sangrienta Manos, Schneetmacher, Waage

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