The first Neteru, mother of Cain, Abel and Seth and (second) wife of Adam. Was Neteru together with Adam. Had a run-in with Dante, the Vampire Council Chairman, who seduced her into temporarily leaving Adam. Her reputation was dented because of this, and she was not given leadership of the Neteru Council. Her symbol is the scrolling Sankofa, placed at the base of her spine. She wears a red robe, and represents the root (primal energy) chakra.
Reign as NeteruEdit
Eve was Adam's second wife, created after Lilith's defection to the darkness. Initially Adam and Eve lived together in Eden; however, after Eve's transgression they were banished and forced to live in the desert. While still in Eden, Eve chose to eat from the Tree of Knowledge in order to gain information about her husband's change in attitude and his first wife, Lilith. During this time Eve encountered Dante, and was seduced by him into a romantic affair. She allowed him to bite her and bore fangs for him for a time. Ultimately, however, she chose to return to Adam in the desert, and turned her back on Dante and the darkness. She then bore her and Adam's first child, Abel, and Cain, an embryo implanted into her womb alongside Abel by Dante. Eve loved both Cain and Abel deeply, and was so distraught when Cain slew Abel that her womb was barren for many years. Despite Cain's transgression, she still loved him as her son, and always hoped that he would stay fully in the Light and not succumb to his dark heritage.
Because of her transgression, Eve was stripped of her rightful role as leader of the Neteru Queens' Council, though not of her title or place in history.