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"We are the Daughters of the Night. Children of Juru. The deliverance of all Krypton."

The Children of Juru, also known as the Daughters of the Night,[1] informally referred to as Kryptonian witches,[2] was a powerful coven of magic users native to the planet Krypton. Although they lived among a science-centered society, the cult followed the old polytheistic religion of the Kryptonians' ancestors and derived their powers from the art of ancient dark magic, combined with advanced biological engineering. It was this coven that, in accordance with an old prophecy, created the Worldkillers.


The Children of Juru followed a polytheistic belief system inherited from the matriarchal Juru tribe, the first peoples of Krypton, which incorporated all of Krypton's deities - among them the red sun god Rao, the creator of all Kryptonian life. However, in the Juru belief system, Rao was the antagonist to the true god Yuda Kal, the dark goddess of life. Through worship of Yuda Kal, the Children of Juru created a sect of three Kryptonian warriors known as Worldkillers through centuries of research. The witches then altered and empowered the Worldkillers with dark magic using the Harun-El, granting them powers far beyond normal Kryptonians. This was done in accordance with an ancient Juru Doomsday prophecy which laid out a vision of a new world i.e. Earth being cleansed of sin by the Worldkillers and thereby paving the way for Krypton's rebirth following the defeat of a champion of light i.e. Supergirl.

The Children of Juru's plans were set in motion after Krypton was destroyed and the three Worldkillers were sent to Earth. Most of the witches were killed in Krypton's destruction.[3] The four sole survivors of the coven, Selena, Ayala, Vita, and Felra lived on Argo City, waiting for the Worldkillers to awaken.

Reign is resurrected by the Children of Juru.

In spring 2018 after the lead Worldkiller Reign was separated from her human host, Samantha Arias, Selena, Ayala, and Vita seized the opportunity to travel to Earth from Argo, whereupon they summoned the Fortress of Sanctuary to resurrect Reign with the aid of Thomas Coville.[1] However, they needed the blood of the two deceased Worldkillers, Purity and Pestilence, to complete the ritual. In that cause, the witches broke into the D.E.O. and a vicious skirmish broke out between them and the organization's agents. The witches ultimately lost the battle when Supergirl, Alura Zor-El, and Mon-El returned from Argo and seemingly destroyed the last of the Worldkiller blood samples, forcing the coven to flee. However, Selena was able to absorb the destroyed samples into her own blood, which she used for the ritual and Reign was revived at full power, with the combined might of her sisters. The coven then threw the remaining Harun-El into a pit of flames leading all the way down to the Earth's core, signaling the beginning of Earth's transformation. Having done this, the witches turned on Coville, feeling he was of no use to them anymore, and blasted him with heat vision, gravely wounding him. Wielding the Sword of Juru, Reign then plunged into the flames and down into the Earth's core, triggering a global terraformation event.[4]

The coven's plans were derailed however when M'yrnn J'onzz bonded with the Earth, temporarily trapping Reign deep within the planet and leaving the witches stymied even as Reign finally broke free and returned to the Fortress. In their arrogance, they failed to notice Coville using the last of his strength to activate a beacon in Selena's stolen ship before dying, giving away the coven's location. As they once more went to throw the Harun-El into the flames, Supergirl and her team arrived in force, commencing a brutal brawl. Though the witches were incapacitated one by one, Reign proved too powerful, forcing Supergirl to take drastic measures. Using the Harun-El, Supergirl transported her mind, Samantha's, and Reign to the dark valley of Juru and the Fountains of Lillith. There, Samantha was able to overpower her alternate personality and force-feed Reign water from the Fountain of Weakness. The spirits of Juru then dragged Reign into the Fountain, banishing her forever. With Reign and the Worldkillers gone and the witches captured, the Children of Juru ceased to exist as an organization from that point on.[5]

Worshiped entities


World killers


  • Rao ("usurper" deity)

Known members

Former members



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  • They clearly didn't care Earth was already inhabited, cruelly planning to let humanity and all that it accomplished be destroyed.
  • Their plan had one little hiccup; even if they succeeded, the only survivors would be them and Reign. Clearly they didn't think it through; eventually the emptiness of the world would have driven them crazy.
  • In the Legion's original future, it's implied the witches lost control of Pestilence after she evolved to the point their programming and magic couldn't keep her under control.

Behind the scenes

  • The two unidentified Kryptonian witches who spoke in "Nevertheless, She Persisted" are portrayed by Jennifer Koenig and Amanda Burke.
  • In the main DC Comics continuity, the Wizards of Juru are a group well-practiced in magic and sorcery. They resided in a valley located on the continent of Lurvan, which was among the unexplored regions of Krypton. Only a few Kryptonians knew of their existence.