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'''Linh Song''' is a member of the [[Black Swan]] and an ex-[[Waywards|Wayward]] at [[Exillium]]. She is a [[Hydrokinetic]] and is known for being the infamous "Girl of Many Floods," after she flooded [[Atlantis]].
 
'''Linh Song''' is a member of the [[Black Swan]] and an ex-[[Waywards|Wayward]] at [[Exillium]]. She is a [[Hydrokinetic]] and is known for being the infamous "Girl of Many Floods," after she flooded [[Atlantis]].
   
At the age of eleven, Linh was banished from the [[Lost Cities]] to [[Exillium]], a school for the [[Waywards|Unworthy]] situated in [[the Neutral Territories]] where she stayed with her twin brother, [[Tam Song|Tam]], for about four years. But as of [[Book 4: Neverseen|Neverseen]], Linh's banishment has been lifted by the [[The Council|Council]] after [[Calla]], a [[Gnomes|gnome]], convinced them to.
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At the age of eleven, she was banished from the [[Lost Cities]], but as of [[Book 4: Neverseen|''Neverseen'',]] Linh's banishment has been lifted by the [[Councillors|Council]] after [[Calla]] convinced them to.
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Her last name was originally Tong, but her great-great-grandmother changed it to [[Song]] in honor of her profession.
   
 
For the first eleven years of her life, Linh lived in her parents' beachside residence, [[Choralmere]]. Since she was only a fledgling [[Hydrokinetic]] at the time, Linh's parents were told to move her to a place with less [[water]] until she learned to control her ability, but her [[Mai Song|mother]] refused, saying that she would be lost without the sound of the ocean. After her banishment, Linh moved to the [[The Wildwood Colony|Wildwood Colony]] where she attended [[Exillium]], the school for the "Unworthy." Then, due to the [[Black Swan]]'s generosity, she was relocated to the former residence of [[Ermete]], a dwarf who passed away in the battle at Mount Everest. She moved to [[Alluveterre]] shortly after, before settling in the Lost Cities with her guardian, [[Tiergan]], and her twin brother, [[Tam Song|Tam]], when her banishment was lifted.
 
For the first eleven years of her life, Linh lived in her parents' beachside residence, [[Choralmere]]. Since she was only a fledgling [[Hydrokinetic]] at the time, Linh's parents were told to move her to a place with less [[water]] until she learned to control her ability, but her [[Mai Song|mother]] refused, saying that she would be lost without the sound of the ocean. After her banishment, Linh moved to the [[The Wildwood Colony|Wildwood Colony]] where she attended [[Exillium]], the school for the "Unworthy." Then, due to the [[Black Swan]]'s generosity, she was relocated to the former residence of [[Ermete]], a dwarf who passed away in the battle at Mount Everest. She moved to [[Alluveterre]] shortly after, before settling in the Lost Cities with her guardian, [[Tiergan]], and her twin brother, [[Tam Song|Tam]], when her banishment was lifted.
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The name "Linh" appears to be a Vietnamese name, along with [[Tam Song|Tam]] and her parents'. It means "spirit" or "soul." The name "Linh" also has a lot of other meanings.
 
The name "Linh" appears to be a Vietnamese name, along with [[Tam Song|Tam]] and her parents'. It means "spirit" or "soul." The name "Linh" also has a lot of other meanings.
 
Her last name was originally Tong, but her great-great-grandmother changed it to [[Song]] in honor of her profession.
 
   
 
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