Anemone translates to "daughter of the wind". In one Greek myth, Anemone was a nymph that Zephyr, god of the wind, fell in love with. She was turned into a flower (some say by Zephyr's wife and goddess of flowers, Flora, and some say by Hera, to prevent Zeus from also falling in love with her). Zephyr couldn't find Anemone for a while, but he eventually recognized her in her flower form. We see this when the winds blow open the petals of the flower every the morning.
Possible Powers: Love, Hope, Sincerity
Located: 40.0126861, -75.0238 115
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The ruby and amethyst eyes of anemones glow through me, fiercer than stars.