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Cenra Cygnet is the ruling queen of the Lakelands.
Cenra first appears at the beginning of War Storm, at her husband's funeral. Later, she speaks to Iris and Tiora about the alliance with Norta and they make a plan to revenge the king. She shows up on a ship later again with Iris and shortly after to meet Anabel Lerolan.
Cenra is a calm person, much like her daughter Iris. She seems to care a lot about her family and that they stay as close as possible. She is afraid of losing Iris, which she shows after the funeral, asking her to stay in the Lakelands. Though, she doesn't like to be questioned and always acts like the queen she is.
Physical description Edit
Cenra has caramel brown skin, straight black hair and mahogany eyes. Iris says that she looked older when she met her again after a few months, probably because of all the things that happened.
Abilities and skills Edit
Water Manipulation Edit
Cenra is a Nymph, meaning she can control water with her mind.
Orrec Cygnet Edit
Orrec came from a lesser branch of the Cygnet line who ended up marry the ruling queen of the Lakelands. While they initially didn’t love each other, they grew to love each other over time and she was heartbroken when he died.
Iris Cygnet Edit
After Orrec's death, Cenra was more afraid of her daughter Iris staying in Norta alone with Maven. She implied more than one time that she doesn't want to lose her children too. Iris also seems to be her "darling" which is shown when she begged her to stay with her.
Tiora Cygnet Edit
Tiora is Cenra's heir and because of that, she spent more time with her than with Iris, who isn't angry about it but has seen it as a necessity. Tiora is the "perfect" future queen as Iris said and seems to get along very well with her mother.
- 'Cygnet' is based on the French word "cygne", meaning "swan".
- According to Victoria Aveyard, many Lakelanders, especially the royal family, are descendants of the First Nations.