When men tried to capture Jenny and bend the wind to their whims, the young goddess fought back with a massive gale that ripped apart each soldier with merciless gusts. While the corpses were never found, there was no doubting the origin of the blood-red rain that followed the skirmish for days to come. It was a lesson to the humans: That they should presume themselves able to control one of the divine was the greatest folly.
Jenny is an English, Swedish, German, Dutch, Spanish feminine name. The name first developed as a diminutive of English and Scottish Jean or English Jane (Hebrew origin, "merciful, gracious") in the Middle Ages, but since the 20th century, it has often been taken as a diminutive of English and German Jennifer (Old Welsh origin, "white, fair, blessed").
Artwork by Lius Lasahido.