Phaedra is a large, quadruped colossi resembling a horse with a large ribcage found at the Grave Fields. She is the fourth colossi encountered and appears to be very skeletal and made almost entirely out of bone instead of the usual stone with fur located only on her back, neck, and head. Her legs resemble pincers such as those found on insects or crustaceans and ‘braids’ hang from Phaedra’s head where a sigil is located.
"Thy next foe is.... In the land of the vast green fields.... Rows of guiding graves... It is a giant indeed... But fearful, it is not." -Dormin
Phaedra is derived from the Greek word "Phaidra" which means "bright" and in Greek mythology was the wife of Theseus who later hanged herself after being rejected by Hippolytus, leaving behind a letter accusing him of raping her.