As she dove deep below the surface to where the sun's light grew faint, Lindsay felt wrought by an intense sadness. The world below was more peaceful than she had thought: The scales of the deep-sea fish shined brilliantly and there were no predators to be found. All the same, the spirit had resolved to reclaim her world along with the aid of the multitudinous creatures of below. She had realized it her destiny to employ the rage of the seas, so that humans would at last repent from the damage they had caused.
See Surfacing Lindsay.
Lindsay is both masculine and feminine name. From an English and Scottish surname which was originally derived from the name of the region Lindsey, from the Old English toponym Lindesege "Lindum Isle, Lincoln's marsh, island of linden trees, marshlands of Lincoln", where ey means island. As a given name it was usually masculine until the 1970s, when it became popular for girls. Also a surname.
Artwork by Eve Ventrue.