Merrin is a nightsister of the planet Dathomir, adept at using a brand of the force referred to as 'magick'. She wears red, often with a hood, and has extremely pale skin and hair. She rules night brother society around the Tomb of Kujet due to being the last surviving nightsister after the CIS wiped out the majority of the witch clan during the Clone Wars, leaving only Merrin, Shelish, Mother Talzin and Asajj Ventress. Merrin is not aware of Mother Talzin and Asajj Ventress or Shelish' survival of the massacre. Due to Mother Talzin and Asajj Ventress dying without properly passing on their knowledge, Merrin is the last known Nightsister.
Powers and abilities
The full extent of Merrin's powers and knowledge of Magick is unknown. However, due to her mastery of some of the oldest and most powerful of all Magick, the Chant of Resurrection, known previously only to Old Daka, whose knowledge of magick was "unprecedented", Merrin can be seen as an extremely powerful Nightsister.
Merrin can use her magick to enhance her nightbrother's strength and agility.
She is able to use teleportation and use telekinesis due to her magick. The limits of her teleportation are unknown, however, she was able to save Cere and Cal from drowning even though the Mantis was stationed in space. It is unknown if she teleported from the Mantis in space to the water or how she even found Cere and Cal in the water. She also used her telekinesis to lift Cal and Cere out of the waters on the planet Nur.
Nightsister Merrin is able to morph the ground of Dathomir, in one case burying fallen Jedi Master Malicos into the ground.
She can use blasts of ichor to shortly stun people.
Merrin can use rituals to
cast spells, such as a cloaking spell on the Mantis to bypass imperial defences.
Merrin has mastered the Chant of Resurrection to raise an army of undead night sisters.
Nightsister Merrin uses an unknown talisman, which seems to be a crystal sphere broken in half in some of her rituals, while otherwise using ichor in her magick. The use of talismans is common in nightsister culture and magick.