With eyes fiery red from weeping, and wild, tangled black hair,
banshees are truly an unsettling sight. They usually wear clothing
of dark grey to mark their perpetual sadness.
Known as the Harbingers of Death, banshees once had enchanting
voices. They were proud of their talent, but soon swelled with arrogance
and sought tyrannical power and control. Thus were the banshees
sentenced to eternal woe; their beautiful voices were transformed
into tormented wailing that blends the howling of wolves, the cry
of wild geese, the groans of a woman in labour and the screams of
an abandoned child. Their keening usually foretells death and despair.
No other sound can match the sorrow it bears, for it strikes the
stoutest heart with depression and terror.
Banshees are competent in any role they take.
Scream, Fly wings
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