Born of Nyktos and Basi, Symfora was the Atlantean goddess of death, sorrow, and woe.

She was said to be the most beautiful of women and to see her was to weep instantly. She walked beside mankind and was attracted to those who are self-pitying. So much so that she often visited even more sorrow upon them just to feed off their morbidity.

In battle, she walked alongside her grandfather Misos and was often seen weeping by those who were dying. She appeared to them as their loved ones.