How to Fuse
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Wild Birds contain a variety of demons that specialize in numerous fields. In general, Wild Birds have weak defense and a low hit point rate but are supporting attackers and magic casters. They have a balanced rate between their hit points and magic points and prefer to use Force-based attacks. They have a high Speed status, so their long range attacks are effective.
- Main article: Harpy
Mythical bird-creatures of Greek mythology, originating as goddesses of the island of Crete.
Harpies are women from the waist up and birds from the waist down. They are forever driven by an insatiable hunger. Their faces are pallid and twisted into permanent snarls. They are timid and averse to conflict, yet spiteful and mischievous.
Harpies are said to rule over a variety of domains, including death and storms.
The three sisters Aello, Ocypete, and Celaeno, sisters of the rainbow goddess Iris, are said to rule over the Harpies as queens.
- Main article: Macha
A goddess of war in Celtic mythology. Also known as the goddess of the dead. Her hair is red, her clothes are crimson, and she gallops around the battlefield on a one-legged, blood-red horse. She is the goddess of horses, war, and sovereignty. She also symbolizes the red color of blood. Her name appears in countless legends, where she is also revered as a goddess of the harvest.
When Macha fought the demon king Balor, the great-grandfather of Cu Chulainn, she became entranced by Balor's evil eye and saw a vision of her husband's and family's demise. The shock was so great that her very heart was torn asunder, killing her.
Like Hecate, the Greek goddess who was represented by three aspects, the goddesses of victory and destruction, Morrigan and Nemain were held to be different aspects of Macha, forming one goddess with three aspects.
She is sometimes conflated with Macha, the king of horses ridden by the hero Cu Chulainn.
- Main article: Ocypete
The middle of three sisters ruling the three Harpy Sisters, and the daughter of the sea god Thaumas and Electra. She serves the god of the Underworld, Hades, capturing those who defy their deaths and delivering them to her master.
The three Harpy Sisters are sisters of the rainbow goddess Iris, making them cousins of Medusa and the Gorgons. Harpies are frequently portrayed messily devouring their prey or in other unflattering situations. But in Crete, their place of origin, they are often depicted as beautiful.
- Main article: Celaeno
The youngest of three sisters ruling the three Harpy Sisters, and the daughter of the sea god Thaumas and Electra. Her name means "darkness" or "black cloud". She has the head of a woman and the body of a bird. The Harpies are ugly and terrible to behold, and emit an evil odor, but Celaeno and her sisters are exceptions: they are blessed with beautiful faces and graceful limbs, and thye give off a fragrant aroma.
Celaeno was the wife of Zephyrus, god of the west wind, with whom she had three children. The Harpies live in the sacred Dikti Mountains of Crete. They are considered goddesses of death as well as divine manifestations of the wind.
- Main article: Aello
The eldest of three sisters ruling the three Harpy Sisters, and the daughter of the sea god Thaumas and Electra the Oceanid. Her name means "storm" or "gale". She has the head of a woman and the body of a bird. As queens, Aello and her sisters are blessed with beautiful faces and graceful limbs, and give off a fragrant aroma. Some sources claim there is also a fourth sister named Podarge.
The Harpies live in the sacred Dikti Mountains of Crete. They are considered goddesses of death, and at the same time goddesses of rainbows. They are believed to be divine manifestations of the wind.
- Main article: Badb Catha
A giant crow from Celtic mythology.
The name Badb Catha refers to the giant crow form taken by the three goddesses of war as (t)hey flow over the battlefield. These goddesses were Nemain, goddess of discord, Macha, goddess of sovereignty, and Morrigan, goddess of victory and destruction. Badb's cry would throw soldiers on the battlefield into confusion and madness, causing them to slay their comrades, scream, and die
A famous Celtic myth tells of one of the three goddesses, Morrigan confessing her love to the hero Cú Chulainn.
- Main article: Morrigan
The Morrígan ("terror" or "phantom queen") or Mórrígan ("great queen") (also known as Morrígu, Morríghan, Mor-Ríoghain, sometimes given in the plural as Morrígna) is a figure from Irish mythology who appears to have once been a goddess, although she is not explicitly referred to as such in the texts.
She is associated with sovereignty, prophecy, war, and death on the battlefield. She sometimes appears in the form of a crow, flying above the warriors, and in the Ulster cycle she also takes the form of an eel, a wolf, and a cow. She is generally considered a war deity comparable with the Germanic Valkyries, although her association with cattle also suggests a role connected with fertility, wealth, and the land.
She is often depicted as a triple goddess, although membership of the triad varies; the most common combination is the Badb, Macha and Nemain, but other accounts name Fea, Anann, and others.
|By Alignment||Law||Herald • Entity • Deity • Vile • Avian • Megami • Amatsu • Raptor • Divine • Jaki • Flight • Yoma • Jirae • Machine|
|Neutral||Reaper • Holy • Beast • Fairy • Element • Fiend • Genma • Wilder • Snake • Night • Avatar|
|Chaos||Foul • Brute • Haunt • Dragon • Fallen • Femme • Kunitsu • Lady • Drake • Kishin • Omega • Tyrant • Gaean|
|By Family||God||Deity • Megami • Entity|
|Aerial||Herald • Divine • Fallen|
|Icon||Vile • Amatsu • Reaper • Kunitsu • Lady • Kishin • Omega|
|Demon||Jaki • Jirae • Brute • Femme|
|Dragon||Snake • Dragon • Drake|
|Nether||Yoma • Fairy • Genma • Night • Tyrant|
|Bird||Avian • Raptor • Flight|
|Beast||Holy • Beast • Wilder • Avatar|
|Human||Fiend • Gaean|