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|“||Again, a moment of double-vision: Shadow saw the old woman, her dark face pinched with age and disapproval, but behind her he saw something huge, a naked woman with skin as black as a new leather jacket, and lips and tongue the bright red of arterial blood. Around her neck were skulls, and her many hands held knives, and swords, and severed heads.||”|
Background[edit | edit source]
Now a waitress at the Motel America, Mama-Ji is a Hindu goddess of war. With her necklace of skulls, acerbic wit, and free spirit, she’s a match for any mighty god or man.
Significance in narrative[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Mama-ji/Novel
Significance in series[edit | edit source]
Physical appearance[edit | edit source]
Mama-ji is described as an old woman with dark skin and salt-and-pepper hair. She has a blue jewel on her forehead and a necklace of tiny silver skulls and a charm bracelet of heads and hands. She wears a red sari and smelled of spices and flowers.
Powers & Abilities[edit | edit source]
Mama-ji is the Kali the Hindu Goddess of time, power, creation, destruction, death and liberation, and even though she hasn't shown any abilities within her sphere of control yet it is more likely then not that she will revel more abilities in the series. She also refers to herself with Mr. Wednesday as War Gods.
- Projection: Mama-ji has shown the ability to project her true form over her current form, showing her extra arms, weaponry, a golden fiery aura and eyes, and even the image of a severed head in her hand.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
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Note: The pictures are shown in episodic order. To see the order of the episodes, please visit the Episode guide.
Notes and trivia[edit | edit source]
- Kali is a Hindu goddess of time, change, power, creation, destruction and death.
- According to Neil Gaiman, "Mama-ji" is "American pidgin" for "Mataji"
- Mama-ji's role will be expanded and she will appear throughout Season Two
References[edit | edit source]