Legend has it that long ago Skylda Runasdotter courted Bragi, god of poetry, by challenging him to game of wits. Before the game was done he fell in love with her and she took him as one of her lovers. The only child of Skylda, named Myrra, had the blood of Bragi, and she travelled to the harbour of Hringr because of a dream she had. Her family were the first to call Skyldingheim home.

The Myrr have a reputation for having their eyes in the stars and being dreamers. Some say that they should have their feet planted more firmly on the ground and while others say that all the best visionaries come from Myrr, depending on who you're talking to. The Myrr Longhouse is decorated with mementos collected from all the places that clanspeople have travelled to over the generations.

The Skati of Myrr is Solvieg Karisdotter, a famous explorer and Skald whom even other Skald’s write epics about. She comes from a long line of expert navigators and explorers and is said to have ‘strange tides in her blood’ and spent most of her adult life exploring before her guardian died and she took on his mantle. Every now and then she disappears on a voyage and her daughter Olga takes care of much of the leadership within the clan.

The other clanmate who has made his name famous, or infamous, of late is the beautiful Gunarr Sanasson. A notorious heartbreaker he is said to weave enchantments over his lovers that leave them forever pining after him. Some call him ruthless and heartless, while others say his heart was stolen long ago when he was a lover scorned and he has vowed to find her and take his revenge. Whether there is truth in that, it is known as a powerful Seidr who has taken many lovers and who has bound many a magical being to do his bidding.

The Clan symbol is three stars.