Scylla and Charybdis
As Lilitu stalked the wilds, following her expulsion from Eden, she indulged herself of every sexual encounter that made itself available. She enjoyed sex for its own sake, as well as the power of creation and the chance surrounding the Wyld’s prominence in the act of conception. Of her unions with various monsters, gods, and other things, she brought to bear in this world (and others) thousands upon thousands of creatures of unfathomable power and strangeness, the Lilim.
Of her many children, the last surviving Lilim following the battle against Atlantis were Scylla and Charybdis, her most powerful and hideous spawn. The sisters were sea-monsters without equivalent and served her well in the fighting. When Lilitu was dragged to the sea-bottom with the hated city of the Weaver, they continued doing what they did best: eating sailors and destroying ships.
During the great sea battle which preceded the near-successful Rise of Atlantis, Scylla and Charybdis fought wildly with anything which strayed too close to their wrath. When the ancient city collapsed beneath the waves, the last great Lilim, too, slunk into the cold blackness of the sea’s abyssal heart, to lie with their mother, at last, in the deep.