(Undertow) Filomena, Hunting Lovers


Filomena had fallen in love. Not that that was particularly uncommon, as it occurred several times within a month. She would shipwreck each passing ship and drag the most comely occupant into the ocean. Her incredible allure did nothing to quell the screams of her victims. Utterly oblivious to the rashness of her actions, she assumed only that human males were painfully shy.


Added on January 31, 2017 to the Magnum Opus Card Pack.

Name originEdit

Filomena is an Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch form of the English and German female given name Philomena of Old Greek origin. It means "beloved, strongly beloved, powerful love" or "friend of strength" from Greek φιλος (philos) "friend, lover" and μενος (menos) "strength". Filomena is the name of one of the storytellers in the frame story of The Decameron.

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