Oh... It's going to be a long night.

-Tsukuyomi

Tsukuyomi, also known as the goddess of the moon and the divinity of night, is a Primal from Final Fantasy XIV introduced in the 4.3 patch for Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood: Under the Moonlight.

Musical themes

Her battle theme consists of three parts.
The first phase is called Nightbloom, featuring a remix of the iconic Doma-related track Revolutions, starting up with powerful wind instrumentals and leading up to melancholic string and piano portions, possibly reflecting how a small part of her host still feels remorse over her committed atrocities, despite her desire for desperate vengeance.
Wayward Daughter is the third and final phase's music which features mixed female and male chorus singing English and Japanese lyrics.

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Etymology

Tsukuyomi or Tsukiyomi-no-Mikoto (月読命) is the moon god in Shinto and Japanese mythology. The moon was considered a male deity, brother and consort of the sun goddess Amaterasu. The kanji for Tsukuyomi mean "moon" and "read".

Trivia

  • Tsukuyomi is one of the five Primals who have been summoned into a certain individual or estructure as their host. The others are Shiva, Phoenix, King Thordan, and Alexander.
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