Shadows Over Boston: Agents of Steel
The Keepers of the Rhine
Apocryphal Names: Woglinde, Wellgunde, and Floßhilde
House: All appearances suggest they are Defilers
Hair: Brown, Blonde, and Black respectively
Eyes: Deep Green-Black
Age: As Nereids they were created on the second day, although the Nibelungenlied suggests they have been on Earth since at least the 5th or 6th century
Standing at almost 6’ tall the three sisters known as the Rhinemaidens are inhumanly attractive, their bodies flawless and toned in a very classical sort of beauty that might not be the current appeal but is still undeniable. Their skin appears to be moist no matter where they are and their long unkempt but surprisingly lovely hair is always wet as if they had just climbed out of the water. They don’t appear to even understand the concept of clothing walking stark naked where ever they go.
The three women that are known as the Rhinemaidens were most likely an interpretation by Wagner of the water spirits of ancient Norse mythology, and while they were given the names Woglinde, Wellgunde, and Floßhilde by him they likely existed far before he gave them these apocryphal names.
During the incident at the Imperial Baths it appeared they have an intense perhaps even binding connection to the coins known as Rhinegold.