The Crimson Kingbird is by no means weak, capable of defeating lions and tigers effortlessly. Rowena finds their strength to be another aspect of their beauty. She wishes to someday see Logi's offspring trot across the plains, so they continue battle through perilous territory in hopes of finding a suitable mate.
See Bird Rider Rowena.
Rowena is a feminine name used in English, German, and Welsh. The origin of the name could be from Hrodwyn (Old English), of the Germanic elements hrod "fame" and wunn "joy, bliss" ("fame and happiness"), or else it could be from Rhonwen (Old Welsh), of the Welsh rhon "spear, pike" and gwen "white, fair, blessed, holy" (meaning "slender and fair"), or could be connected to the Welsh word rhawn "horsehair". The name was borne by the legendary 5th century Rowena, the daughter of the Anglo-Saxon leader Hengest.
Artwork by Yang Mansik.