Representing the season of winter, Morrigahn is a symbol of death, mourning, and hatred to the Fey who worship her. Having no time for folly and no patience for stupidity, many of the followers of the Archfey see her as fairly dislikable but wholly necessary to maintain balance between she and her sisters. She returns this sentiment, not being particularly fond of most of the Archfey worshipers, but realizing she has a sacred duty to protect them.

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