Artanis prepared for the ceremony to free herself from this small pocket of a world. First, she gathered the remains of the humans from the surface. Then she fed on the desires of the lingering spirits to return to their homeland. With the nacessary conditions fulfilled, the time was at hand. Once Artanis had opened the door, she and the reptiles could begin their assault on the world of humankind, dyeing it a deathly shade of blue.
See Cerulean Artanis.
Artanis is of Literary origin, the meaning is "noble woman". Artanis is the birth-name (or father-name) of the Lady Galadriel in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth.