Sirens are sea creatures which typically take the form of a half- human male or female with a fish's tail, very like mermaids or mermen. They appear to rule the undersea world and wield mysterious power. Their language is a sing-song variant of the Elder Speech. It is possible, but not confirmed that they can summon the dreaded krakens if the need arises. The females are described as having flowing celadon-green hair, light green breasts with even lighter-coloured nipples. Geralt can encounter hostile sirens on the shores of Skellige 's islands.
While the game calls these sirens, they're more accurately nixa: a far more vicious type of siren that, unlike merpeople , have wings, allowing them to fly. Sirens work in packs, akin to harpies and their ilk. They have been spotted attempting to lure in victims by transforming their appearance to that of an attractive human woman, a deception that quickly ends the moment they become aggressive. Sirens can move as quickly in water as they do in the sky. When sailing in siren-infested waters, expect to see the monsters transition from the seas to the air as they surround their prey. Aard, Grapeshot, and a witcher's crossbow are enough to ground a flying siren.
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Join VIP to remove all ads and videos. You understand? Even if it means sailing straight back into a storm. They can transform to resemble beautiful human maidens, though with tails covered in silver scales instead of legs. Once a naive sailor gets within arm's reach of these beautiful creatures, their fair faces suddenly turn to fang-filled, fish-like maws, and lovely tails promising unknown delights become sharp, death dealing talons.