The Morrígan's real name is Evony Fleurette Marquise. She rules her territory in equal manner as that of The Ash, leader of the Light Fae. It's unknown who was the first to hold the position, or how many have had the title of "The Morrígan".
Openly and consistently hostile to Bo, with a few rare exceptions, The Morrígan appears to be a constant and consummate player, always evolving plots, and apparently unperturbed by the majority of her losses. Her expression in Hail, Hale, when Hale catches her being up to no good, suggests that she is far more intrigued by him when he challenges her. She has a constant strife interaction with Vex; however, neither one seems willing to eliminate the other (suggesting a possible co-dependence).
The history surrounding the title of Morrígan is unknown save for the fact that the Dark Fae name their leaders after famous warriors, implying Morrígan was the name of a past Dark Fae warrior.
- "You have no station here, old man. Don't you have some shoes to cobble, or a garden to decorate?" – to Trick in It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World
- The Morrígan (Irish Gaelic for "phantom queen") or The Mórrigan or Mórrígu (Irish Gaelic for "great queen") is the Irish goddess of war who can foresee or even decide the fate of a battle. Sighting the Morrígan means misfortune. The Morrígan is often depicted as a triple goddess, typically Badb, Nemhain and Macha.
- Evony Fleurette Marquise may also have a connection with Trick. In Lost Girl: Prologue he is identified as "Patrick Mac Morrigan", and while most likely a writer's error, it could be construed as an alias he dropped in favor of his current name (which could hint at him originally being Dark Fae). However, in the series, Trick's full name is stated as "Fitzpatrick McCorrigan" (though still a similar name as "Morrigan").
- 1.01 It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World
- 1.08 Vexed
- 1.11 Faetal Justice
- 2.06 It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away
- 2.15 Table for Fae
- 2.21 Into the Dark
- 3.03 Caged Fae
- 3.06 The Kenzi Scale
- 3.12 Hail, Hale
- 3.13 Those Who Wander
- 4.03 Lovers. Apart.
- 4.05 Let the Dark Times Roll
The Morrigan (Emmanuelle Vaugier)
The Morrigan is the leader of the local Dark Fae, and feeds off the genius of artists. She leaves a wake of talented actors, models and musicians dead in her trail, covering up their true causes of death with staged suicides, plane crashes and overdoses. At first, Bo was charmed by The Morrigan’s manic energy and playfulness, but she soon realized her true selfish, vain and dangerously socipathic nature.