CollegeFun fact- I mostly refer to this creature in paperwork as "the Dargis". It's an affectionate nickname.
The high-poly counterpart to our heroes, squash stretch and snatch. It has scales, scratches and scars across its body, thanks to the technology known as Bump/Normal mapping, which had yet to be developed (for games, at least) in time for Squash Stretch and Snatch's hypothetical PS1 Debut. I made its design with references to various creatures, and I decided to just call it a "Chimera", to as not to commit to it being either a dragon/dinosaur/horse/axolotl(note the internal and external gills in the head).
I tried to make the chimera look as combat ready as possible, so that the twist is even more of a surprise!
If you were to refer to this creature as "Chimera", it would respond "please, Chimera is my father's name. Call me Dargis!" before trampling you underfoot. As it stands, the Chimera cannot speak, so it would just cut to the chase which is no fun at parties.