Whenever Klaara excavates the land, she experiences an indescribably pleasant sensation. She adores the rumble created by the fragmentation of rocks and the shuffling of sand. She enjoys not only the destruction of earthen materials, but organic life forms as well. As punishment for her violence and bloodlust, the Gods of Creation sealed her away at the bottom of the very oceans she created, where it is said she sleeps now.
Klaara is a Finnish feminine name, a variat of Clara or Klara, of Latin origin; the meaning is "clear, bright, famous; brilliant". Derived from Late Latin name Clarus, originally in the form Clare came in English language since the Middle Ages, though the Latinate spelling Clara became more popular in the 19th century.
Artwork by Kyu Seok Choi.