Undines are elemental beings that makeup water and can control the flow of water to some degree. These are beautiful creatures by their appearance and grateful by their nature. Due to their etheric nature, they can be seen with the naked eye. Undines are dressed in a shimmering, shiny water-like substance, which changes colors. They have golden hair and green eyes. Most of the time they inhabit waterfalls, rivers, and lakes, and live among aquatic plants and aquatic flowers.
Undines are also known as water nymphs; we divide them into three types:
- Nereids – guardians of the sea waters
- Naiads – guardians of fresh waters (lakes, rivers, streams)
- Oceans – guardians of the ocean