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The Lady in the Lake is a mysterious character in Disenchantment, who makes a handfull of appearances in the series.

She appears to be a nymph (nature spirit) that lives in the Enchanted Forest, but is actually a monstrous fish. P.T. McGee mistook her for a Forest Siren, and was promptly devoured by her.


The Lady in the Lake bathes naked in a lake in the Enchanted Forest. She is pink-skinned, and has red hair, long eyelashes, and 4 blue dots along her forehead. In reality, she's actually an anglerfish which her naked humanoid figure is part of her lure to catch unsuspecting victims.

Cultural Reference[]

Lady of The Lake: the enchantress in the Matter of Britain, the body of medieval literature and legend associated with King Arthur. She plays a pivotal role in many stories, including giving Arthur his sword Excalibur, enchanting Merlin, and raising Lancelot after the death of his father.


  • In the inspirational Monty Python and The Holy Grail, the Lady of the Lake is referred to as a "strange woman lying in a pond."
  • She makes a brief appearance in the story Happy Campers in "Disenchantment: Untold Tales Vol. 1". She orders Bean and Derek to leave her lake, and Derek identifies her as a water nymph. This however contradicts the reveal in the animated series that she is not an actual person but a small part of a much larger monster.