Are sirens considered monsters?
Yes, or nymphs if you prefer, it was mostly that their nature was to kill sailors purposefully.
The Sirens were not goddesses, but monsters. Incredibly dangerous monsters. They had the ability to lure sailors with the alluring sound of their singing and voices. The men would shipwreck on the rocky coastline and be stranded. In some stories the sailors would jump overboard to swim to the Sirens.
Face-down monsters are indeed monsters for the purposes of cards which count monsters on the field or affect all monsters. However, if a card effect specifies a monster with a specific type, attribute, ATK, etc., it will ignore face-down monsters because those values are unknown in game terms. Note: monsters used as Equip cards are not considered monsters.
The Sirens were young and beautiful bird-woman (similar to harpies) in Greek Mythology who lured sailors with their enchanting voices. Sailors entranced this way dove into the sea to be with the Sirens, or sailed their ships into the rocks and to their death. The Sirens are most famous for being in Homer's Odyssey where they tried to lure Odysseus on his way home from Troy. They were given wings by Demeter to look for…
Did Sirens monsters do battle with a famous hero What weaponry did the hero use to battle the monster?
Sirens. The sirens were merlike females that used their songs to draw sailors to the deaths. The most popular myth that features the sirens is The Odyssey in which Odessues stuff cotton in all his crew members ears except his own so that they would not be attracted by the sirens' song. A siren is a monster that is either a women of the water (mermaid) or a bird-like creature. These monsters would use their…