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* EtherealWhiteDress: Commonly remembered as women in ''black'', but the original myths say that they wore white, and are heavily associated with dath and moving between worlds.



* [[WomanInWhite Women in White]]: Commonly remembered as women in ''black'', but the original myths say that they wore white.


* {{Irony}}: Kratos, acting as an agent of Zeus, instructs Hephaestus to chain Prometheus to a rock. Kratos says "I do not have the nerve myself to bind with force a kindred god upon this rocky cleft assailed by cruel winter. Yet, come what may, I am constrained to summon courage to this deed" which is ironic if you met Prometheus in ''VideoGame/GodOfWar2'', where the character with his namesake doesn't hesitate to kill him.

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* {{Irony}}: Kratos, acting as an agent of Zeus, instructs Hephaestus to chain Prometheus to a rock. Kratos says "I do not have the nerve myself to bind with force a kindred god upon this rocky cleft assailed by cruel winter. Yet, come what may, I am constrained to summon courage to this deed" which is ironic if you met Prometheus in ''VideoGame/GodOfWar2'', ''VideoGame/GodOfWarII'', where the character with his namesake doesn't hesitate to kill him.

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* LoverAndBeloved: With Poseidon.


The goddesses of Disputes, children of Eris, and no doubt the patrons of FlameWar.

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The gods and goddesses of Disputes, children of Eris, and no doubt the patrons of FlameWar.



The Goddesses of Arguments and children of Eris. They are probably the patrons of InsaneTrollLogic and logical fallacies.

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The Goddesses spirits of Arguments and children of Eris. They are probably the patrons of InsaneTrollLogic and logical fallacies.


The goddesses of Disputes, daughters of Eris, and no doubt the patrons of FlameWar.

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The goddesses of Disputes, daughters children of Eris, and no doubt the patrons of FlameWar.



The Goddesses of Arguments and daughters of Eris. They are probably the patrons of InsaneTrollLogic and logical fallacies.

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The Goddesses of Arguments and daughters children of Eris. They are probably the patrons of InsaneTrollLogic and logical fallacies.



Lyssa, yet another daughter of Nyx, was the Greek spirit/goddess of mad rage, frenzy and rabies in animals. Whether or not that makes her the goddess of the HatePlague or the Crossed is up for debate. Her Roman equivalent had multiple names, including '''Ira''', '''Furor''', or '''Rabies'''. She sprung from the blood of Ouranos after he was castrated by Cronos and is the one who inflicted the insanity on Hercules, at Hera's behest, that caused him to murder his own family. She's also used her [[IncrediblyLamePun mad skills]] on several other occasions. Connected to her are the '''Maniae''' (singular Mania) who are spirits that personify Insanity, madness and crazed frenzy and are presumed to be daughters of Nyx as well.

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Lyssa, yet another daughter of Nyx, was the Greek spirit/goddess of mad rage, frenzy and rabies in animals. Whether or not that makes her the goddess of the HatePlague or the Crossed is up for debate. Her Roman equivalent had multiple names, including '''Ira''', '''Furor''', or '''Rabies'''. She sprung from the blood of Ouranos after he was castrated by Cronos and is the one who inflicted the insanity on Hercules, at Hera's behest, that caused him to murder his own family. She's also used her [[IncrediblyLamePun mad skills]] on several other occasions. Connected to her are the '''Maniae''' (singular Mania) who are spirits that personify Insanity, madness and crazed frenzy and are presumed to be daughters children of Nyx as well.


* HomosexualReproduction: His union with Poseidon spawned Anteros, God of Mutual Love. All together, now; [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Awwwww!]]
* LoverAndBeloved: With Poseidon.

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* HomosexualReproduction: His union with Poseidon spawned Anteros, God of Mutual Love. All together, now; [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments Awwwww!]] \n* LoverAndBeloved: With Poseidon.


* AnarchyIsChaos: In a sense. She can be considered a personification of anarchy and her mother is Eris, goddess of chaos.

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* AnarchyIsChaos: In a sense. She can be considered a personification of anarchy and her mother is Eris, goddess of chaos.strife.

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* PrettyButterfiles: sport a pair of butterfly wings on their backs.


* ShearMenace: Atropos and her life thread-cutting shears of destiny are the TropeMaker.
* ThreeFacesOfEve: When not portrayed as a trio of old women, they are portrayed as maiden (Clotho), mother (Lachesis), and crone (Atropos).

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* ShearMenace: Atropos and her life thread-cutting shears of destiny are the TropeMaker.
{{Trope Maker|s}}.
* ThreeFacesOfEve: TheThreeFacesOfEve: When not portrayed as a trio of old women, they are portrayed as maiden (Clotho), mother (Lachesis), and crone (Atropos).


* HappilyMarried: Believed to be this with Pasithea, the youngest of the Graces

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* HappilyMarried: Believed to be this with Pasithea, the youngest of the GracesGraces.


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* HeterosexualLifePartners: He and his twin brother Hypnos were often seen together in art.


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* SiblingTeam: With his twin brother Hypnos.
* SleepCute: With his brother, Hypnos sometimes. [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/93/Waterhouse-sleep_and_his_half-brother_death-1874.jpg Awwwww!]]


* EternalLove: In most traditions, she had this with Herakles after he AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence.



* WingedHumanoid: Occasionally presented in art with wings, which has led to her being confused with Iris and Nike.



Sometimes considered a sea nymph, Rhode was the goddess of the island of Rhodes and daughter of Poseidon. Consort of Helios, she considered the little island under her own protection.

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Sometimes considered a sea nymph, Rhode was the goddess of the island Island of Rhodes and daughter of Poseidon. Consort of Helios, she considered the little island under her own protection.


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[[folder:Penia / Penae]]
Called '''Penae''' in Latin, Penia was the Greek goddess of poverty and need, sometimes considered the mother of Eros.

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[[folder:Penia [[folder:Peitho / Penae]]
Called '''Penae''' in Latin, Penia was the
Suadela]]
Greek goddess of poverty persuasion and need, seduction. Was known in Roman mythology as '''Suadela'''. She was an attendant and/or companion of Aphrodite and thus was very connected to her. The two were so intertwined that sometimes considered they were combined into one character, a reflection of how closely connected the mother Greeks saw persuasion and love (or lust). Her ancestry is disputed, but she is perhaps the daughter of Eros.the titans Tethys and Oceanus. It should be noted that persuasion is not limited to romance/seduction, but also to political persuasion and debate.



[[folder:Philophrosyne]]
The Greek goddess of welcome, friendliness, and kindness.

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[[folder:Philophrosyne]]
The
[[folder:Penia / Penae]]
Called '''Penae''' in Latin, Penia was the
Greek goddess of welcome, friendliness, poverty and kindness.need, sometimes considered the mother of Eros.



* FlatCharacter: Not much really to set her apart from the other goddesses, or even her own sisters



[[folder:Phobos / Timor]]
The son of Ares and Aphrodite, his name means "fear". [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That should tell you all you need to know about him]]. For those who are a little slower than most, he is a personification of fear for the Greeks, in particular, the fear brought about through war. He notably rode into war with his father Ares, the Goddesses Enyo and Eris, and his brother Deimos. His association seems to have made him unpopular with the Greeks, as he doesn't appear in any major Greek myths as a character. His Roman equivalent is '''Timor'''. It is from his name that we get the word "phobia".

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[[folder:Phobos / Timor]]
[[folder:Philophrosyne]]
The son of Ares and Aphrodite, his name means "fear". [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That should tell you all you need to know about him]]. For those who are a little slower than most, he is a personification of fear for the Greeks, in particular, the fear brought about through war. He notably rode into war with his father Ares, the Goddesses Enyo and Eris, and his brother Deimos. His association seems to have made him unpopular with the Greeks, as he doesn't appear in any major Greek myths as a character. His Roman equivalent is '''Timor'''. It is from his name that we get the word "phobia".goddess of welcome, friendliness, and kindness.



* AnthropomorphicPersonification: Of Fear.

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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: Of Fear.AnthropomorphicPersonification
* FlatCharacter: Not much really to set her apart from the other goddesses, or even her own sisters



[[folder:Phorcys / Phorkys]]
God of the mysterious dangers of the deep, identified as a son of Gaia and Pontus or a son of Tethys and Oceanus. Married Ceto and had many "nice" children. Is depicted as a fish-tailed merman, with crab claws for fore-legs and red-spiked skin.

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[[folder:Phorcys [[folder:Phobos / Phorkys]]
God of the mysterious dangers of the deep, identified as a
Timor]]
The
son of Gaia Ares and Pontus or Aphrodite, his name means "fear". [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That should tell you all you need to know about him]]. For those who are a son little slower than most, he is a personification of Tethys fear for the Greeks, in particular, the fear brought about through war. He notably rode into war with his father Ares, the Goddesses Enyo and Oceanus. Married Ceto Eris, and had many "nice" children. Is depicted his brother Deimos. His association seems to have made him unpopular with the Greeks, as he doesn't appear in any major Greek myths as a fish-tailed merman, with crab claws for fore-legs and red-spiked skin.character. His Roman equivalent is '''Timor'''. It is from his name that we get the word "phobia".



* PhysicalGod
* MultipleChoicePast

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* PhysicalGod
* MultipleChoicePast
AnthropomorphicPersonification: Of Fear.



[[folder:Peitho / Suadela]]
Greek goddess of persuasion and seduction. Was known in Roman mythology as '''Suadela'''. She was an attendant and/or companion of Aphrodite and thus was very connected to her. The two were so intertwined that sometimes they were combined into one character, a reflection of how closely connected the Greeks saw persuasion and love (or lust). Her ancestry is disputed, but she is perhaps the daughter of the titans Tethys and Oceanus. It should be noted that persuasion is not limited to romance/seduction, but also to political persuasion and debate.

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[[folder:Peitho [[folder:Phorcys / Suadela]]
Greek goddess of persuasion and seduction. Was known in Roman mythology as '''Suadela'''. She was an attendant and/or companion of Aphrodite and thus was very connected to her. The two were so intertwined that sometimes they were combined into one character, a reflection of how closely connected the Greeks saw persuasion and love (or lust). Her ancestry is disputed, but she is perhaps the daughter
Phorkys]]
God
of the titans mysterious dangers of the deep, identified as a son of Gaia and Pontus or a son of Tethys and Oceanus. It should be noted that persuasion is not limited to romance/seduction, but also to political persuasion Married Ceto and debate.had many "nice" children. Is depicted as a fish-tailed merman, with crab claws for fore-legs and red-spiked skin.
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* PhysicalGod
* MultipleChoicePast


[[folder:Pietho / Suadela]]
Greek goddess of persuasion and seduction. Was known in Roman mythology as '''Suadela'''. She was an attendant and/or companion of Aphrodite and thus was very connected to her. The two were so intertwined, that sometimes they were combined into one character, a reflection of how closely connected the Greeks saw persuasion and love (or lust). Her ancestry is disputed, but she is perhaps the daughter of the titans Tethys and Oceanus.

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[[folder:Pietho [[folder:Peitho / Suadela]]
Greek goddess of persuasion and seduction. Was known in Roman mythology as '''Suadela'''. She was an attendant and/or companion of Aphrodite and thus was very connected to her. The two were so intertwined, intertwined that sometimes they were combined into one character, a reflection of how closely connected the Greeks saw persuasion and love (or lust). Her ancestry is disputed, but she is perhaps the daughter of the titans Tethys and Oceanus. It should be noted that persuasion is not limited to romance/seduction, but also to political persuasion and debate.


Goddess of youth and the original cupbearer for Olympus. She was a daughter of Zeus and Hera, and later married Heracles, after which she gave up her job as cupbearer; she was succeeded in that role by the Trojan prince Ganymede. Her name comes from a Greek word that means "youth" or "prime of life". She was also worshiped as a goddess of forgiveness and pardons. In Roman mythology, she is known as '''Juventas'''.

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Goddess of youth and the original cupbearer for Olympus. She was a daughter of Zeus and Hera, and later married Heracles, after which she gave up her job as cupbearer; she was succeeded in that role by the Trojan prince Ganymede. The Illiad, however, seems to imply that Hebe was a cupbearer at the same time as Ganymede. Her name comes from a Greek word that means "youth" or "prime of life". She was also worshiped as a goddess of forgiveness and pardons. In Roman mythology, she is known as '''Juventas'''.'''Juventas'''.
* AnthropomorphicPersonification: Of the youth/prime of life.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: One of her epithets was "Ganymeda", which can be translated to "gladdening princess". She also appears to be referred to as "Basilia" occasionally, which translates to "princess".
* PrincessClassic: Her role as a cupbearer and assistant to her mother/brother appear to be typical tasks assigned to unmarried girls in high ranking households, appropriate for the daughter of the King and Queen of Olympus.
* TheAgeless: While eternal youth is a characteristic of most of the Olympian gods, Hebe is of special mention since some classical authors outright state that she is the reason for the other gods remaining young.



Goddess of magic, crossroads and ghosts (among other things that overlap considerably with other gods). Had three appearances, or sometimes just three heads. Lived in the Underworld with Hades and Persephone and was a close friend to the latter. Feared and revered by night travelers, but worshiped by about-to-deliver mothers. In some versions, she's depicted as a Titan who sided with the Olympians in the Titanomachy, though usually, her heritage is unexplained. She was identified with the Roman goddess '''Trivia'''. Modern historians suspect she originated the primary deity of a culture conquered by the Greeks, who proceeded to assimilate her into their own mythology.

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Goddess of magic, crossroads crossroads, and ghosts (among other things that overlap considerably with other gods). Had three appearances, or sometimes just three heads. Lived in the Underworld with Hades and Persephone and was a close friend to the latter. Feared and revered by night travelers, but worshiped by about-to-deliver mothers. In some versions, she's depicted as a Titan who sided with the Olympians in the Titanomachy, though usually, her heritage is unexplained. She was identified with the Roman goddess '''Trivia'''. Modern historians suspect she originated the primary deity of a culture conquered by the Greeks, who proceeded to assimilate her into their own mythology.


[[folder: Algea (singular: Algos)]]

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[[folder: The Amphilogiai (Singular: Amphilogia)]]

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[[folder: The Androktasiai (singular: Androktasia)]]

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[[folder: The Anemoi / Venti]]

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[[folder: The Charities / Graces]]

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[[folder: The Erinyes / Furies]]

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[[folder: The Hysminai (singular: hysmine)]]

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[[folder: The Keres / Tenebrae / Letum]]

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[[folder: The Makhai (singular: Makhê)]]

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[[folder: The Moirai / Parcae / Fates]]

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* TheOmniscientCouncilOfVagueness: Basically their role in any story they appear in. Their main purpose seems to be to just sit there, weaving the Tapestry of Fate and discussing the exploits of the Gods and heroes, as well as knowing everything.



* TheOmniscientCouncilOfVagueness: Basically their role in any story they appear in. Their main purpose seems to be to just sit there, weaving the Tapestry of Fate and discussing the exploits of the Gods and heroes, as well as knowing everything.



[[folder: The Muses]]

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[[folder: The [[folder:The Muses]]



[[folder: The Neikea (singular: Neikos)]]

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[[folder: The Oneiroi]]

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[[folder: The Phonoi (singular: Phonos)]]

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[[folder: The Pseudologoi (singular: Pseudologos)]]

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[[folder: Psychai]]

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[[folder: Aceso]]

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[[folder: Achlys]]

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[[folder: Alke]]

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[[folder: Amechania / Amekhania]]

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[[folder: Amphitrite / Salacia]]

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[[folder: Apate / Fraus]]

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[[folder: Arete / Virtus]]

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[[folder: Asklepios / Asclepius / Vejovis]]

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[[folder: Astraea / Justitia]]

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* PhysicalGod



* PhysicalGod



[[folder: Deimos / Formido / Metus]]

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[[folder: Dike]]

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[[folder: Dolos]]

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[[folder: Dysnomia]]

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[[folder: Endovelicus]]

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[[folder: Enyo / Bellona / Duellona]]

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[[folder: Epione]]

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[[folder: Eris / Discordia]]

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* TokenEvilTeammate: The only god who took Typhon's side during his battle with Zeus, besides Gaia herself (who was behind the war in the first place). And like Gaia, she managed to ''get away'' for it! (but poor Typhon...).



* TokenEvilTeammate: The only god who took Typhon's side during his battle with Zeus, besides Gaia herself (who was behind the war in the first place). And like Gaia, she managed to ''get away'' for it! (but poor Typhon...).



[[folder: Eros / Cupid]]

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[[folder: Eukleia / Eucleia]]

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[[folder: Eurynome]]

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[[folder: Horkos / Orcus]]

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[[folder: Hygieia / Hygiea / Hygeia / Valetudo / Salus]]

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[[folder: Hypnos / Somnus]]

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[[folder: Iaso / Ieso]]

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[[folder: Ioke]]

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* EverythingsBetterwithRainbows

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* EverythingsBetterwithRainbowsEverythingsBetterWithRainbows



[[folder: Kakia]]

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[[folder: Charon / Charun]]

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[[folder: Kratos]]

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[[folder: Lyssa / Ira / Furor / Rabies (and the Maniae)]]

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[[folder: Momus / Momos]]

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* TheOneGuy: The only male Nereid.



* TheOneGuy: The only male Nereid.



[[folder: Nike / Victoria]]

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[[folder: Oizys / Miseria]]

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[[folder: Palioxis and Proioxis]]

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[[folder: Pasiphaë]]

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[[folder: Philophrosyne]]

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[[folder: Rhode]]

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[[folder: Thanatos / Mors]]

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[[folder: Zelus]]

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