The tarasque is an amphibious monster associated with Tarascon, France. Legends of the tarasque date from the 12th Century, frequently as part of the legend of St. Martha. It resembles a spiny-shelled tortoise with six legs; it’s often shown with a somewhat humanoid face. The tarasque is used in the modern arms of Tarascon, but no period heraldic examples have been found. The illustration shows a tarasque statant guardant.
Morgiane de Provence bears: Azure, a four-legged tarasque statant gardant contourny argent.
Dawn Schadue bears as a badge: A tarasque passant vert vorant of two human legs clothed azure.