what would the morrigan wear » in old irish mythology, the goddess of battle and strife takes the form of a crow, a wolf, an eel, and a cow. But in present days, the takes the form of pure couture and elegancy. A lot has been lost in translation, but not her tendency and love for conflict; countless sets or armors can be found on the walls as a display of bravery and power, though the warriors whose lives she takes are aware of her magnitude without even getting a glimpse of the diamonds that cover every inch of her skin that isn’t already taken by steel.

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