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“It felt so real, so utterly real—”

This article depicts a subject within the Shadowhunters television series, and as such, it either does not play a role within or differs largely from the established continuity and canon of the books of The Shadowhunter Chronicles.

Seelie Queen
Portrayed by Lola Flanery & Sarah Hyland

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Biographical Information
Status: Alive
Affiliation
Kind:

Seelie

Title:

Queen of the Seelie Court

Residence:

Seelie realm

Affiliation:
Relationships
Physical Description
Gender: Female
Hair color: Red
Eye color:

Green

Distinct feature/s:

Pointed ears

Dead, dead, dead.

–Seelie Queen, The Fair Folk

The Seelie Queen is the queen of the Seelie Court.

History

The Queen has been alive for a long time. At one point, she mentored Sia and Björk, two Seelie musicians who became famous among mundanes.[1]

In 2016, the Clave asked the Seelie Queen to send scouts to look for the Shadowhunter fugitive Valentine Morgenstern. When the scouts did not return, the Queen and the Seelies in general cut off official communications with the Clave. Though the real motive behind it was not confirmed, one of her knights, Meliorn, implied that the possibility that Valentine may win the war against Shadowhunters, as well as what they deem to be the unfair treatment of the Fair Folk under the Accords, may be the reason.[2] When she learned that her knight Meliorn accompanied Shadowhunters into one of her realms shortly after,[3] she punished him.[4]

Physical appearance

The queen, despite being ancient, manipulates her appearance through magic to look young. She has long red hair and numerous long, sharp teeth. She sometimes bears the appearance of a twelve-year-old girl,[1] and sometimes that of a young woman.[5] Like most Seelies, she also has markings on the side of her face—specifically on the right side of hers—that resemble branches and leaves.

Appearances

Season One appearances: 0/13
The Mortal Cup:
Absent
The Descent Into Hell Isn't Easy:
Absent
Dead Man's Party:
Absent
Raising Hell:
Absent
Moo Shu to Go:
Mentioned only
Of Men and Angels:
Absent
Major Arcana:
Absent
Bad Blood:
Absent
Rise Up:
Absent
This World Inverted:
Mentioned only
Blood Calls To Blood:
Absent
Malec:
Absent
Morning Star:
Absent
Season Two appearances: 4/20
This Guilty Blood:
Absent
A Door Into the Dark:
Absent
Parabatai Lost:
Absent
Day of Wrath:
Absent
Dust and Shadows:
Absent
Iron Sisters:
Absent
How Are Thou Fallen:
Absent
Love is a Devil:
Absent
Bound By Blood:
Mentioned only
By the Light of Dawn:
Absent
Mea Maxima Culpa:
Absent
You Are Not Your Own:
Absent
Those of Demon Blood:
Absent
The Fair Folk:
Appears
A Problem of Memory:
Mentioned only
Day of Atonement:
Mentioned only
A Dark Reflection:
Mentioned only
Awake, Arise, or...:
Appears
Hail and Farewell:
Appears
Beside Still Water:
Appears

References

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