The Morrigan is an Irish Celtic goddess with the ability to shapeshift. She was known as the Phantom Queen and the Great Queen. She is the daughter of Ernmas, one of the Tuatha de Danann, and is also said to be one of a trinity of sisters. The sisters' names are typically Macha, Badb, and Nemain. The Morrigan is most well-known for being a warrior and fate goddess, often predicting death on the battlefield. She will shapeshift into the form of any animal she chooses in the moment, including a wolf, eel, and the crow. In the Irish myth The Ulster Cycle, she shifts into the form of a crow on a few occasions. While she is known for her role in battle, there are those who also say she is an earth and fertility goddess and values sovereignty above all else. The fact that The Morrigan shifts into the form of a crow while on the battlefield shows her dominion over death, as the crow feeds on carrion and turns death into fuel for life.