Some call it a giant fish; others a mighty winged dragon. Neither are correct. Bahamut is a floating, empty presence, having no permanent form at all.
Bahamut is the name of a giant, omnipotent being in Arabian mythology. It is said to be so huge that human eyes cannot look upon it. It resides in a vast sea called the Adwad. Bahamut rides on a giant whale creature called the Liwash, and carries a huge bull named Kujata, who holds a ruby, atop which stands an angel who supports the seven heavens. The depiction of Bahamut as a dragon stems from the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game where Bahamut is a "good" dragon, in opposition to Tiamat, the "evil" dragon.
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