Kelpies have a bad rap, but it’s easy to understand why: the ones left behind tell the tales.
According to myth, kelpies are demons that take on the form of horses, which then lure unwary Treasure hunters in the world of The Sundered who make their living scavenging goods from the world ruined by the black water. [themedy_alertbox icon="info-circle" colour="red" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Spoilers! This one has specific spoilers regarding the end of The Sundered, so only read on if you're familiar with the book. If you REALLY want to read them, then click the blurred part... onto their back, gallop with them into a body of water, and then eat them.
In reality, kelpies are heroes. They’re of the People of Guardians are any magical beings with the primary drive to protect or guard. they can be a little crazy about it. Just a tad. [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="theme" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Note: this is a placeholder. There will be much more information in the future![/themedy_alertbox] World name: Meginnah, though you'll almost never hear anyone say that. The parallel world they occupy officially does..., and have an instinct honed specifically to the abused. When they show up and offer salvation, their goal is to whisk the abuse victim away, taking them to a place of safety – often of their own creation.
Of course, the abusers left behind are the ones telling the tales of horror, but what else would one expect?
Hestur is a particularly important kelpie, making his appearance in Notte.