Morgan le Fay
Morgan le Fay (/ /, meaning "Morgan the Fairy"), also called Morgaine, Morgan or Morgana, is a powerful sorceress in the Arthurian legend. She was King Arthur’s half-sister and enemy. In some legends she is said to have borne Arthur's child, Mordred.
|Matter of Britain character|
|First appearance||Vita Merlini by Geoffrey of Monmouth|
|Species||Witch, fairy or goddess (depending on the source)|
|Significant other(s)||Various, including Accolon, Guiomar, Lancelot, Merlin, Ogier the Dane, Sebile|
|Children||Yvain, sometimes others|
|Relatives||Her sisters (Vita Merlini), later King Arthur's family|
|Home||Avalon, Camelot, Gorre, Brocéliande|
Morgan le Fay is said to have been quite powerful. She hated King Arthur even though he was her half-brother. (She is also said to have wiped out most of the Templar Knights). She is one of the main antagonistss of the Grey Griffins book series.
- "Morgan-le-Fay". Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Pre-Raphaelite Online Resource: The Collection. Archived from the original on 25 June 2018. Retrieved 11 June 2018.
- Klimczak, Natalia. "The Bewitching Tale of Morgan le Fay, a Captivating Character of Arthurian Legend". Ancient Origins. Retrieved 20 August 2018.