The Nine Daughters 

of Mother Sea

The Nine Daughters, for those of the Northern Seas, they are their myths, the creators of their lands, the caretakers of the sea and her bounty. Believing the Daughters had tread upon her domain, Mother Earth cursed each of Mother Sea’s daughters into the form of a creature that is half horse and half…well, fish-like. Because she was not completely heartless (though Mother Sea would beg to differ), Mother Earth allowed that every two hundred years they may take their true form, but never at once, and for only and exactly one year or death may take them.


Nörta – (Nortand) – The harbinger of Good Fortune. Associated with the Rising Sea

Sqäl – (Asqala) – The harbinger of Good Fortune. Associated with the Surging Sea

Önia – (Koniaq) – The champion of Strength & Might.  Önia is believed to have chosen the dru Mond, the ruling House of Koniaq, and so is portrayed upon their royal flag.  Associated with the Rolling Sea

Enär – (Venar) – The creator of Mischief. Associated with the Churning Sea

Ënta – (Zentry) – The herald of Change. Associated with the Swirling Sea

Akra – (Lakry) – The link to Male Fertility. The other eight provinces laugh and consider those of Lakry foolish for Akra is female. Associated with the Angry Sea

Dia – (Codiaq) – The bond of Motherhood. Associated with the Swelling Sea

Säny – (Sandyl) – The herald of Pleasure. Associated with the Tranquil Sea

Rïva – (Grivan) – The messenger of Luck. Associated with the Tossing Sea

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