The coven is only mentioned in Breaking Dawn, when they are brought to Forks to serve as witnesses for the Cullens. Throughout the time with the Cullens, Amun remained dubious about them, and at times believed them to be planning to steal Benjamin and Tia from his coven (this worried him particularly because of Benjamin's extraordinary talents). Benjamin and Tia are closer to the Cullen family than Amun and Kebi. When Bella asked Edward whether Benjamin had a gift that drew others to him. Edward states, "It's not that, his gift is so singular that Amun is terrified of losing him. Much like we planned to keep Renesmee from Aro's knowledge, Amun has been keeping Benjamin from Aro's attention. Amun created Benjamin, knowing he would be something special.
The leader of the coven. He is seen as being over-protective of Benjamin. He is also seen as being very fearful of the Volturi, especially Aro; threatening Carlisle that he would side them (the Volturi) it came to a fight during the confrontation, although it was latter said by Edward, that he never truly intended to do so. After speaking with Aro during the confrontation, he leaves quickly along with his mate Kebi.
Amun's mate. She has a quiet, somber demeanor, rarely seen speaking; she is seen as never straying farther from Amun than his shadow, Bella describes her manner as appearing obedient.
Benjamin's mate. She has also shown a quiet demeanor, speaking only a few times during her time with the Cullens, though it is shown when she has spoken her words have great insight. Her mate is Benjamin who along with her accepted the Cullens and Renesmee comfortably.
A vampire gifted with the ability of manipulating the elements of nature (earth, fire, air, water); his personality is described as refreshing. Bella often remarks him as acting similarly to a child, although he can be serious at times too. He sides with the Cullens even when Amun refuses and threatens to leave without him. He is very independent to be molded into a weapon, which is what Amun continues to try to do. When Amun confronts him during a fight before the Volturi come for the Cullens, he says, "I gave you life, you are wasting it." Benjamin answers coldly, "It's a pity you couldn't replace my will with your own in the process; perhaps then you would have been satisfied with me."