She is the personification of the calm and sunlit aspect of the sea. Amphitriteh prefers to live a quiet life at the bottom of the sea and complete her duties without extra affairs, valuing her personal independence dearly. She is very shy and unwilling to be caught.
Typically represented as a beautiful nymph, crowned with seaweed, dressed in queenly robes and has coral in her hair. She likes to travel by driving in a pearl shell chariot drawn by Delfins, attended by Maraquan citizens and other fabulous creatures of the deep.
Tylinulous is her partner, one of sons of Poseidon, and the father of Draiton.
Amphitriteh is one of the numerous daughters born from the sea gods Nereus and Doris, directly related with the the first Ruler of the Sea, the eldest Titan Oceanus. Along with her sisters, they came to the aid of men in distress such as perilous storms and had the sea's rich bounty in their care. After Poseidon replaced Oceanus's position, he continued to allow the Nereids' duties, often accompanied them at his court, and upheld their honour when they were insulted. When he retired, he left Amphetriteh and Tylinulous in charge. Their power is often challenged by alien entities or beings of evil intent trying to usurp his power over the seas in the absence of Poseidon. Among them was the sea-witch, Draisula.