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Revision as of 14:41, February 3, 2014

Sedna2

Sedna`s official artwork.

Sedna (セドナ, Sedona) is a recurring demon in the series.

History

The Inuit goddess of the sea and the creatures that inhabit it. She was greatly feared but sought out by Shamans for the release of the seals for hunting. She is seen by the Inuit as the Mistress of Life and Death because she can provide for them (seals, fish, other sea animals), but can also punish them in ways that may cause death (storms, sickness, starvation).

Sedna's story begins as a beautiful princess who declines all suitors, except for a fulmar (a sea bird), who promises to take her away to his "comfortable and luxurious" palace, and she impulsively elopes with the fulmar. It turns out the "palace" was a filthy, smelly nest, and her new husband treated her like a slave. She begged her father to bring her back home, and he did. Yet as they were heading back, a flock of fulmars were rocking the boat they were in. Fearing for his life, the father threw Sedna off the boat, and cut off her fingers and hands when she tried to climb back on. As she sank to the seabed, her mutilated appendages grew into fish, seals, whales, and all of the other sea mammals. She descended and eventually ruled over Adlivum, the Land of the Dead, and as the Queen, she is responsible for the flow of food, and to make sure the flow doesn't stop, Inuit shamans descend down to Adlivum to soothe her pain.

Appearances

Profile

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

"The Inuit goddess of the sea. She watches over her children, the fishes and seals. She is a terrifying one-eyed goddess and lives in a house made of stone and whale bones. However, only shamans can see it."
—Strange Journey Compendium

Stats

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

Level Race Alignment HP MP ST MA AG VI LC
34 Lady Light-Chaos 298 174 22 27 21 21 26
Attack Type Physical Gun Fire Ice Elec Wind Expel Curse Almighty
Single foe/1/Physical/None 100% 100% Weak Resist 100% 100% Weak Null 100%
Poison Paralyze Stone Strain Sleep Charm Mute Fear Bomb Rage
100% 100% Null 100% 100% 100% Null 100% 100% 100%
Natural Skills
Mabufula Mudo Mutudi
D-Source Skills
Diarama Rakukaja Mabufula
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Shin Megami Tensei IV

Race Level HP MP ST DX MA AG LU
Lady 27 350 68 41 36 29 33 27
Physical Phys Gun Gun Fire Fire Ice Ice Elec Elec Force Force Light Light Dark Dark
- - Weak Drain - - Weak -
Ailment resistance None
Normal attack Physical, one hit, one enemy
List of Skills
Skill Cost Effect Level
Mabufula 20 MP Medium ice damage to all foes. Innate
Mamudo 18 MP 30% instantly kills all foes. Dark-type. Innate
Posumudi 5 MP Removes poison and sick from one ally. 29
Diarama 9 MP Restores medium amount of HP to one ally. 31


Gallery

 
Sedna
Sedna in Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner
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