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The Morrigan

o Morrigan banríon mór tú a bhfuil a gutha agus gothaí soothe mo phian marfach a chloisteáil mo ghlór éisteacht le séiseanna de mo anam breathe an cumhráin de mo deabhóid mo ghrá (NEW MORRIGAN, Sharon Aur, SciFi Fantasy Art-)

The Morrigan - Shape-shifting Celtic goddess of War, Fate and Death. She is also called the "washer at the ford" because if a warrior sees her washing her armor in the stream, it means he will die that day. The Morrighan often appears in the form of a crow or raven or is seen accompanied by a murder of them. In the Ulster cycle, she is shown as a cow and a wolf too.

Morrigan - Celtic Goddess of War, part of the triple goddess Morrigan along with Badb and Macha. Also known as Anu, Mor Righ Anu. Takes the form of a raven and flies over battlefields and choose who will die, taking their souls to the otherworld