- Inuit (culture)
- Aquatic (attribute)
- Humanoid (attribute)
- Seductive (attribute)
- Deadly (behaviour)
- Merfolk (common type)
A type of Mermaid of the Inuit people. The Ikalu Nappa are very attractive maidens from the waist up and with the lower-half of a fish below. They live in rich undersea worlds of great splendour and can transform into a full human form to attend markets and fairs to buy items. Usually they are seen out at sea on a rock combing their long hair. Although beautiful, they have no souls and lure fisherman to their death. They devour or drown their victims and keep the souls of drowned men in a cage.
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