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  • File:Sirens the Doom Patrol v2 12 BB2.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • Sirens is a Harry Potter fanfiction published on FictionAlley by author Silver Eagle. The story was started on February 17, 2006, but it has not yet been completed.
  • To avoid the "Siren's Song", you can plug your ears with cotton or other material, so you cannot hear anything. If the captain is brave enough, he will have his crewmates tie him to a mast, and he will endure the song until it is over(as Odysseus/Ulysses did).
  • "Sirens" is the second episode of the fifth season of Aqua Teen Hunger Force and the 71st episode overall. It originally aired on January 27th, 2008.
  • Name for the "alarm" trap in Wizardry V.
  • According to legend, the Sirens were young maidens who were friends of Persephone. When Persephone got kidnapped by Hades. Demeter then came out, and ask them "Where is Kore (Persephone)!" but they didn't know. So Demeter gived them wings so they could fly to search for Persephone. They did not prevent the abduction of Persephone so Demeter had punished them and turned them into half woman, half bird creatures. and said to be Daughters of Terpsikhore and Akheloios
  • Sirens was an unreleased video game developed as a proof of concept by Steve Ross and Joshua Gordon of Silo Productions in 1997. It is generally considered to have influenced or otherwise been linked to Blood Omen 2 as a precursor project.
  • School: Image:Storm.png Pip Cost: 9 Accuracy: 70% Type: Image:Damage.png Description: Deals 880 Image:Damage.png Dispels 2 Image:Charm.png -50% Image:Accuracy.png Reduces Threat on all enemies Received From: Requirements: Required Character Level: 68 Spells: * Leviathan Prerequisite for: Spells: * None Can be purchased with Training Points*: No
  • "Siren", as can be expected from a creature from Greek mythology, comes from the Ancient Greek word "Σειρήν" (Seirēn). It is based on the word "σειρα" ("seira"), which means "rope". "Σειρήν" means "entwiner", "binder", and "entangler". The name refers to the fact that a siren's song would draw anyone, or at least men, who heard it to her.
  • The Sirens were a group of women in Greek mythology whose song was so beautiful that any man who heard it was lured to his death. On his voyage home, Odysseus had been warned about the Sirens. He instructed his men to cover their ears, so that they would not hear the song, while their leader would be tied to the ship's mast. Although Odysseus would hear the song, he would be unable to led the ship astray. In 2373, Harry Kim told Neelix about this story. Upon completion of the story, Thomas Paris compared the Sirens to the Taresians. (VOY: "Favorite Son")
  • The Sirens are three sisters who pledged their loyalties to The Black Marauder and use their singing voices and charms and beauty to lure his enemies to their doom. But they only problem is only men are affected by their singing voices so women are immune to their song.
  • The Sirens are a trio of songstresses who use their beautiful voices to lure men to their doom. In Dexter's Laboratory they were kidnapped by Minotaur to record his hit single.
  • Sirens are a female cross between mermaids and vampires. According to the concept art, Sirens have extremely long hair and they are nude with a blue glow. Originally, Sirens were going to be part of Fable II but got left out. Their existence in the Fable world is suggested in the song, "Down by the Reeds" that Hammer sings outside of the Wellspring Cave in Fable II. Owners of the Limited Collectors Edition Fable II Art Book can see concept art of the Sirens on page 76.
  • Sirens were bird like creatures with heads like Centaurs, who inhabited the isle of Sicily, and preyed on all those who set foot on their lands. All sirens were she's which led Cheiron to often wonder how new sirens were born if there were no he's to breed with. Cheiron quickly deduced that by shouting as loud as they could, all the Centaurs could drown out the signing. This plan worked and they all managed to escape, even killing a few Sirens as they did so.
  • The Sirens are an adventure map structure in The Price of Loyalty, Heroes III, and Heroes V. They can be found at sea, and if anyone visits them, they will kill 30% of that hero's army, but give them experience based on the hit points of the creatures killed - stronger creatures and larger armies give more experience than smaller, weaker forces.
  • The Sirens (Greek (singular): Σειρήν Seirēn; Greek (plural): Σειρῆνες Seirēnes) were dangerous creatures from Greek mythology that were portrayed as femme fatales. The Sirens would lure nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices in order to shipwreck them on the rocky coast of the island. Roman poets placed them on some small islands called Sirenum scopuli. There were some named sirens; Parthenope, Thelxiepeia, Peisinoe, Aglaopheme, Ligeia and Leucosia. When the Sirens were given a name of their own, they were considered the daughters of the river god Achelous, fathered upon Terpsichore, Melpomene, Sterope, or Gaia (the Earth; in Euripides' Helen 167, Helen in her anguish calls upon "Winged maidens, daughters of the Earth").
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  • 36
Season
  • Season 5
Alignment
  • Neutral
Goal
  • To lure sailors to a watery grave
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  • 110
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  • 9
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  • 100
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  • -50.0
  • Deals 880
  • Dispels 2
  • Reduces Threat on all enemies
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  • None
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  • 0
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  • anyone eluding them, women
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  • 253
  • 291
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  • 34
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  • Any man they find attractive
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  • Sea serpent
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  • 90
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  • 68
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  • 734
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  • Damage
  • Charm
  • Accuracy
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  • 2007-11-06
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  • 172
Category
  • Disabled
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  • The Sirens of Greek myths
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  • 0
Voice
  • Tara Strong
  • Grey DeLisle
  • Julie Nathanson
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  • Energy
Water
  • 50
Energy
  • 100
Likes
  • Singing, luring sailors into a watery grave, basking in the sea
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  • Women with flawless shimmering skin speckled with shining scales, long flowing ocean colored hair
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  • 110
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  • 2
  • 4
  • 5
Magic
  • 34
Name
  • Sirens
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  • [Light]
  • [Standard]
  • The Sirens
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  • Alternative Rock
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  • Damage
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  • Seductive, persuasive, cunning, beautiful, dangerous
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  • 2008-01-27
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  • They appear as beautiful women, and lure sailers to their doom on dangerous rocks at sea!
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  • Spirits
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  • 300
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  • Anyone who escapes their grasp
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  • Sining voices Charms and Beauty
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  • 50
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  • Season 5, Episode 2
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  • 115
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  • 90
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  • 70
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  • Storm
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  • Seductresses
  • The Black Marauder's loyal servants
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  • Season5
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  • Singing
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  • each-other
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  • 50
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  • The Black Marauder
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  • Female
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  • Neko Case Kelly Hogan John Kruk
Ranged
  • 34
Quote
  • "Come to us our dear Sailor."
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  • Matt MaiellaroDave Willis
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  • Achelous and Melpomene
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  • Sirens
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  • Sirens are a female cross between mermaids and vampires. According to the concept art, Sirens have extremely long hair and they are nude with a blue glow. Originally, Sirens were going to be part of Fable II but got left out. Their existence in the Fable world is suggested in the song, "Down by the Reeds" that Hammer sings outside of the Wellspring Cave in Fable II. Owners of the Limited Collectors Edition Fable II Art Book can see concept art of the Sirens on page 76. Sirens make an appearance in Fable: Edge of the World as well, posing a threat to travellers in Samarkand. They remain a persistent danger to the people of that mostly-desert land, inhabiting the few but vital bodies of water and daring the locals to come gather it. One more prominent such lake was Sky Blue Lake. It was here that the Royal Army of Albion was lead by the mighty Hero of Brightwall as they marched through the desert, driven to stop by their guide, Shan, for a respite before the march to Sweetwater Trees. However, while a number of soldiers, including Ben Finn, fell to the charm of the sirens, Albion's mighty Hero King realized that while their were a series of nomad tents strewn about the place, their occupants were all missing. Using his command of Will, he quieted the song of the sirens long enough for both Ben Finn and his fellow soldiers to break free from the spell before marching on.
  • File:Sirens the Doom Patrol v2 12 BB2.gif Write the text of your article here!
  • Sirens is a Harry Potter fanfiction published on FictionAlley by author Silver Eagle. The story was started on February 17, 2006, but it has not yet been completed.
  • To avoid the "Siren's Song", you can plug your ears with cotton or other material, so you cannot hear anything. If the captain is brave enough, he will have his crewmates tie him to a mast, and he will endure the song until it is over(as Odysseus/Ulysses did).
  • "Sirens" is the second episode of the fifth season of Aqua Teen Hunger Force and the 71st episode overall. It originally aired on January 27th, 2008.
  • Name for the "alarm" trap in Wizardry V.
  • According to legend, the Sirens were young maidens who were friends of Persephone. When Persephone got kidnapped by Hades. Demeter then came out, and ask them "Where is Kore (Persephone)!" but they didn't know. So Demeter gived them wings so they could fly to search for Persephone. They did not prevent the abduction of Persephone so Demeter had punished them and turned them into half woman, half bird creatures. and said to be Daughters of Terpsikhore and Akheloios
  • The Sirens (Greek (singular): Σειρήν Seirēn; Greek (plural): Σειρῆνες Seirēnes) were dangerous creatures from Greek mythology that were portrayed as femme fatales. The Sirens would lure nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices in order to shipwreck them on the rocky coast of the island. Roman poets placed them on some small islands called Sirenum scopuli. There were some named sirens; Parthenope, Thelxiepeia, Peisinoe, Aglaopheme, Ligeia and Leucosia. When the Sirens were given a name of their own, they were considered the daughters of the river god Achelous, fathered upon Terpsichore, Melpomene, Sterope, or Gaia (the Earth; in Euripides' Helen 167, Helen in her anguish calls upon "Winged maidens, daughters of the Earth"). Although they lured mariners, for the Greeks, the Sirens in their "meadow starred with flowers" were not sea deities. Roman writers linked the Sirens more closely to the sea, as daughters of Phorcys. Sirens are found in many Greek stories, particularly in Homer's Odyssey, where Odysseus orders himself to be tied to the mast of the ship so he may hear their song as the ship passes. He orders his crew to block their ears with beeswax and to ignore his pleas to be untied (so that he cannot leave the ship to join the sirens). They were given wings by Demeter, in order to help the goddess search for her lost daughter Persephone. However, Demeter cursed them when they failed to find her. In another myth, Hera persuaded the sirens to participate in a singing comeptition against the Muses. The Muses won and plucked the feathers from the sirens. In anguish, the sirens turned white and threw themselves into the sea at Aptera ("featherless") and became the Leukai.
  • Sirens was an unreleased video game developed as a proof of concept by Steve Ross and Joshua Gordon of Silo Productions in 1997. It is generally considered to have influenced or otherwise been linked to Blood Omen 2 as a precursor project.
  • School: Image:Storm.png Pip Cost: 9 Accuracy: 70% Type: Image:Damage.png Description: Deals 880 Image:Damage.png Dispels 2 Image:Charm.png -50% Image:Accuracy.png Reduces Threat on all enemies Received From: Requirements: Required Character Level: 68 Spells: * Leviathan Prerequisite for: Spells: * None Can be purchased with Training Points*: No
  • "Siren", as can be expected from a creature from Greek mythology, comes from the Ancient Greek word "Σειρήν" (Seirēn). It is based on the word "σειρα" ("seira"), which means "rope". "Σειρήν" means "entwiner", "binder", and "entangler". The name refers to the fact that a siren's song would draw anyone, or at least men, who heard it to her.
  • The Sirens are an adventure map structure in The Price of Loyalty, Heroes III, and Heroes V. They can be found at sea, and if anyone visits them, they will kill 30% of that hero's army, but give them experience based on the hit points of the creatures killed - stronger creatures and larger armies give more experience than smaller, weaker forces. While the extra experience is certainly useful, it's not always worth the cost of the creatures. It's definitely useful in campaign if the enemy has been all but defeated, and the hero is still missing a lot of experience to reach the level cap. It can also be used to get rid of unwanted creatures, but other than that, the reward is rarely worth the cost.
  • The Sirens were a group of women in Greek mythology whose song was so beautiful that any man who heard it was lured to his death. On his voyage home, Odysseus had been warned about the Sirens. He instructed his men to cover their ears, so that they would not hear the song, while their leader would be tied to the ship's mast. Although Odysseus would hear the song, he would be unable to led the ship astray. In 2373, Harry Kim told Neelix about this story. Upon completion of the story, Thomas Paris compared the Sirens to the Taresians. (VOY: "Favorite Son")
  • The Sirens are three sisters who pledged their loyalties to The Black Marauder and use their singing voices and charms and beauty to lure his enemies to their doom. But they only problem is only men are affected by their singing voices so women are immune to their song.
  • The Sirens are a trio of songstresses who use their beautiful voices to lure men to their doom. In Dexter's Laboratory they were kidnapped by Minotaur to record his hit single.
  • Sirens were bird like creatures with heads like Centaurs, who inhabited the isle of Sicily, and preyed on all those who set foot on their lands. All sirens were she's which led Cheiron to often wonder how new sirens were born if there were no he's to breed with. While hunting for meat, Cheiron and his party encountered a Siren who tried to seduce them. Unfortunately having too many targets at once prevented the Siren from completely entrancing all three Centaurs and they broke free from her spell, killing her. This angered the other Sirens who chased Cheiron and his crew along the coast. After trying to fool the Sirens into thinking they were sailing away, Cheiron and his men came ashore and night to collect fresh water only to be attacked by the Sirens. Cheiron quickly deduced that by shouting as loud as they could, all the Centaurs could drown out the signing. This plan worked and they all managed to escape, even killing a few Sirens as they did so.
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