For today’s Saturday Night creature feature let’s discuss sirens. Sirens are dangerous and seductive creatures. They are beautiful and tend to lore mortals to his or her death. The myth is usually sailors who fall prey to their songs and end up drowning or in shipwrecked on rocky shores. Most Sirens live in the ocean or on islands. The water is the best place to feed and easiest kill for these seductive beings.
Sirens are considered a dangerous and have been used as symbols for temptation for several centuries. Their music lures in the unsuspecting victims. The temptation of knowing who is playing the song becomes especially powerful and humans have perished trying to know. The end of the song means death for the victim.
Powers: Sirens biggest power is their voice and music. Song is how they attract victims into their embrace. This is also known as the Siren’s song, which usually refers to an attraction that is hard to resist. The song is usually sweet but also sad which pulls at the hearts of anyone who could hear the music. The melody is goes after the heart and soul not just physical attraction.
Weakness: Ignoring them. They live until mortals who heard there song can pass them by unharmed. If they do not tempt mortals they no longer have power they fade away because they can no longer feed on the weakness of humans. The song is the power and when the power no longer works the siren will perish.