As you know now, it is possible that once the Sigil and the Gàló-Màdj of the same Crest are joined, something awesome happens! It transforms. Commonly known as the transformed or morphed Sigil, it actually has it's own specific name: Màí-Ló. It means 'connected', and refers specifically to the form that the Sigil takes once it's joined to the Màdj. In other words, it is the second form, the Tài-Fári being the first. With only five of these forms known during the campaign (that of Véri, Clèsi, Nàrrice, Dàé, and Lsòla), below is a list the details of all the Màí-Ló:
This form of the Sigil has a circle in the centre and then 10 lines poking out of it, all equidistant from each other. The symbol of the Crest is embedded in the centre. It is entirely orange and the crackling flame from the Carnelian Màdj can still be heard.
This form of the Sigil looks like a water droplet and has the symbol of the Crest in the centre. It is entirely blue and the water from the Sapphire Màdj can still be heard.
This form of the Sigil looks more like a cog from a machine than anything else. It is completely yellow and has 5 notches in the circle such that it could be a cog. There is still a whole like in the Tài-Fári form, and the symbol of the Crest is embedded in the top like previous as well. The entire thing is a yellow colour and the buzz from the Màdj can still be heard.
This form of the Sigil looks like a perfectly formed snowflake, with the symbol for the Crest right at the centre of the star-like shape. It is completely aqua in colour and ice-cracking sound can still be heard.
This form is a beautifully brown coloured diamond. The symbol for the Crest is right in the centre and the gritty sand-like sound from the Màdj can still be faintly heard.
This form looks like an upside-down triangle (with the point at the bottom). It is entirely green and has the symbol for the Crest in the very centre. If one listens closely, a faint sound of the roaring wind from the Màdj can still be heard.
This form has the exact same shape as the Tài-Fári form. The only difference is the colour, that this form is the purest white-colour you can imagine. The symbol for the Crest stays where it was before and if you listen closely, there is a faint sound of a pure, bell-like sound that could be heard from within in the Màdj.
This form is a simple cross, straight up and straight across such that both length are equal. It has a jet-black colour, and if you look closely, the Crest symbol can be seen in the centre. If you look closely, you can see the faint pulsating black orb that was inside the Màdj.
This form of the Sigil is completely purple in colour. It looks like a spiral, spiraling out from the centre, no larger than the Sigil was in it's Tài-Fári form. The throb of the mind can still be heard in an ever-so-faint fashion.
This form of the Sigil is a cross, in fact it totally resembles the large of the two crosses in the Zodiac, with the symbol in the centre. It is entirely silver, of course, and has a sheen to it that never fades. When looking closely, one can see the spinning metal from the Màdj.
This form of the Sigil is an octagon with a shining, pure-golden colour. It is not as eye-catching as the rest, but it's light does emanate for all around when it isn't covered by a cloth. The symbol for the Crest is situated in the centre of the diamond, and if you listen hard enough, you can hear the glow of the golden sun inside it.
This Sigil is a deep red coloured square which is hung from the centre of one of the sides. The symbol for the Crest is right in the centre once again, and you can see the glow from the Màdj still present, with perhaps the tiniest hint of a gurgling sound if you listen closely.