We find no other Celtic legend most loved and most cursed other than a Raven. Ravens are vigorously adored by the god Lludd, the Celtic lord of artists and craftsmen, yet they relate to darkness and demise – particularly the death of warriors in a fight. The relationship of the Ravens with death and war is an undeniable impression of its propensity to eat flesh, a lot of which is to be found in the repercussions of battles. Even Celtic war goddesses frequently appeared in a form of a raven. Raven likewise goes about as an emissary for the Celtic divine beings by having the power to soar up above the earth into the heavens and return to bring messages from the gods. They sought prophecy in every midnight dreary.