The delphids dwell on the island for which they are named — Delphidia — off the shore of Eloesus. Many call the delphids’ home the Burning Land, for they have turned it into a place of smoke and ash.
Delphids have coal-black complexions, resembling human infants with swan-like wings. They can fashion bows out of pure sunlight and cast fiery arrows from these bows. The potent flame quickly catches objects and even people on fire.
Delphids fear no one. They spend their time singing and making music, playing on lyres also fashioned from sunlight. They call up their bows when threatened or if inclined to tests of archery.
Delphids are revered by the amazons as the sun’s beloved creatures.