MC

 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.

  1. fathomalex reblogged this from fathomalex
  2. hereticprince reblogged this from punkdraco
  3. werewolfhybrid reblogged this from georginakincaid and added:
    This is me in a past life
  4. sourwolfing reblogged this from theworldofgaby
  5. theworldofgaby reblogged this from goldandivory
  6. juggernauttitan reblogged this from georginakincaid
  7. bloodyhellgate reblogged this from georginakincaid
  8. dizzyizzygirl reblogged this from georginakincaid
  9. epicfantasytales reblogged this from georginakincaid
  10. supercian reblogged this from fyeahmythologies
  11. magidthomasina reblogged this from punkdraco
  12. stephanieswanquills reblogged this from ever-so-plucky
  13. changelingupkeep reblogged this from sanguisette
  14. sanguisette reblogged this from raehex
  15. raehex reblogged this from nancyglass
  16. heinekenrana reblogged this from nancyglass
  17. nancyglass reblogged this from georginakincaid
  18. philipglasses reblogged this from ever-so-plucky
  19. captainoscarwildesbeard reblogged this from ever-so-plucky
  20. ever-so-plucky reblogged this from punkdraco
  21. space-age-nightmare reblogged this from thermoception
  22. thermoception reblogged this from georginakincaid
  23. glitzandshadows reblogged this from punkhale
  24. 27-bellasawn-marry reblogged this from down-in-dixie
  25. misterlecter reblogged this from punkdraco
  26. monanaco reblogged this from txmptress