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Diana "Prince"/ Wonder Woman

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Mortal princess of the Amazons who dreams of the world outside Themyscira and senses a threat to her peaceful home the adults seem ignorant and dismissive of.

for the version of this character in the main DCU see Wonder Woman The Character

  • The Ace: An Amazon princess who defeats her fellows in a combat competition, can learn languages incredibly quickly, and is able to learn how to fly a plane after being told how once (in the cockpit but without the plane leaving the hangar).
  • Amazonian Beauty: She's a beautiful, tall, muscular actual Amazon Princess.
  • The Chosen One: Zeus tries to pull this on her, choosing her as his new champion, but Diana rejects him due to just what that entails and the atrocities he wants her to commit in his name.
  • Has Two Mommies: She was born through Hippolyta's yearning, Gaia's compassion and both of their love.
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  • The Hero:
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: She pretends to not understand Steve's English on the island, even though she recognizes it immediately and brushes up on what English resources Themyscira has and has learned English well enough to comprehend and speak it very quickly.
  • One Head Taller: Her love interest and eventual boyfriend Steve Trevor comes up to about her chin.
  • Rebellious Princess: As a child and young adult she wants no part of being her mother's heir and runs away to secretly get training and learn things her mother tells her to drop and give up.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: She understands that soldiers kill but she herself does not and will not even in the middle of a battle. It helps that the Duke of Deception's zombies give up the ghost upon being lassoed with the lasso of truth as whatever is animating them cannot stand the truth of their situation, which she does not see as killing them as they are not alive. While she does "kill" the Titan it is another being animated and run by spirits that are no longer housed in their original bodies and that have been twisted by being congealed together and "living" for so long.
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Hippolyta

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"I have watched generations of our people bloom and fade. I have confronted enemies that would make your soul writhe in countless battles. You would think after that nothing could suprise or frighten me, but Diana does. She pulls away even as I would bring her closer, and craves freedom leaving me powerless but to give it lest she pulls further away."

The immortal queen of the Amazons, Diana's mother and Zeus' immortal champion.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change: This version of Hippolyta was more taken with Theseus than Hercules which is a change from the norm at DC, has all of her sisters from mythology rather than just two, is Zeus' champion, betrayed the Amazons for love in the past and carries guilt over her sister's death that her other versions do not have.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: She is the most heroic of her surviving sisters and prefers a sword as her sidearm.
  • Immortality Begins at 20: She, like all the immortal Amazons, stopped aging as a young woman.
  • Power at a Price: By accepting the god's gift of immortality she can not give birth to a child, something which caused her grief and nearly led her to kill herself before she was miraculously given Diana. Accepting her position as Zeus' champion gave her incredible power, but greatly reduced her personal autonomy.
  • Weapon of Choice: Diana's mother's weapon of choice is a sword.

Alcippe

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"Before the Titan's destruction [...] there was beauty, and vast, boundless lands.. so much yet undiscovered. I would like to have seen the world as such once more...and my people…"

Themyscira's captain of the guards who becomes Diana's mentor when the princess insists on learning the fighting arts even if she has to go behind her mother's back to do so. Alcippe is one of the few immortal Amazons.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change: This character is a version of Philippus, with a tweaked backstory that still lands her as the captain of the guards and the Amazon most devoted to and close to Hippolyta.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Philippus has brown eyes in other DC works.
  • Adaptation Name Change: She changed her name from Philippus to show her full integration into Themysciran society, though Hippolyta still thinks of her by her original name.
  • Adaptational Nationality: Philippus is now the former nomad queen of the "Ice Lands of Alcyones" rather than having been with Hippolyta from the start of the Amazon nation. She is still one of the oldest and the most loyal of the Amazons by the time of the story.
  • Badass Teacher: The best fighter on the island outside of Hippolyta, who taught all of the guards and can easily take on multiple opponents while holding back and who goes down fighting to protect her student and the sanctity of life on Themyscira.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Alcippe has a rugged dueling style scar on her right cheekbone, signifying her heroic but tough and harsh nature.
  • Immortality Begins at 20: All the immortal Amazons were granted their immortality as young women, at which time their aging process stopped.
  • Mentor Occupational Hazard: Alcippe's soul was torn from her body while she protected Diana and Steve's escape.
  • Old Master: She has well over a thousand years of experience with fighting and has spent that time perfecting her skills and becoming a better teacher.
  • Spirit Advisor: She continues advising Diana after she's been seperated from her body, though only rarely as she has a very difficult time connecting with her student in her disembodied form.
  • Stern Teacher:

Antiope

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Hippolyta's sister, Diana's aunt and Ares' immortal champion.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change: DC's Antiope usually seperated from the Amazons and married Theseus and died in antiquity, this one never left, Hippolyta is the one that had a romance with Theseus, and she is still around and a part of the Themysciran council.
  • Adaptational Villainy: She's always been a more violent Amazon than Hippolyta in DC's cannon, but she was never an outright villian and never turned on her sister. Here she's allied with Ares and unquestionably a villain, the first which Diana faces.
  • Immortality Begins at 20: Like the others her immortality was granted to her as a young woman.
  • Power at a Price: Accepting her position as Ares' champion gave her incredible power, but greatly reduced her personal autonomy, which she is shown briefly to regret when she's forced to turn against her sister.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her eyes are naturaly brown, but when she's taping into her Ares' given powers and about to do something incredibly dangerous her eyes glow red.
  • Sadly Mythtaken: Normally in mythology it is Antiope who was wed to Theseus rather than Hippolyta, and while there are versions of the tale where it was Hippolyta her sister Antiope gets no mention and doesn't exist in those versions.
  • Weapon of Choice: The war-like Antiope uses a mace.

Menalippe

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Diana's aunt, the sister of Hippolyta, Antiope, Penthesiliea and Glauce. Menalippe is Hades' high priestess and is often seen in the company of her sister Antiope.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change:
  • Adaptational Wimp: While Melanippe is usually one of the weaker physical Amazons even in the main continuity she's no pushover and is willing to sacrifice herself to save her loved ones. In The Legend of Wonder Woman she allows herself to be bullied into aiding the villains and doesn't even put up a token resistance, just asking that her sister be spared but doing nothing but looking sad when she's told her sister will be killed if she gets in the way.
  • Creepy Shadowed Undereyes: In the present in her position as Hades' priestess Menalippe has constant prominent dark circles.
  • Immortality Begins at 20: Like the others her immortality was granted to her as a young woman.
  • Power at a Price: Namely her personal autonomy.
  • Weapon of Choice: A timid magic user who uses a staff.

Penthesiliea

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Diana's aunt who was killed when Hippolyta "betrayed" the Amazons and left to try and start a family. Her death haunts Hippolyta to this day and the queen feels guilty and responsible for it.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change: While she's usually excluded from DC's history of the Amazons this version of Penthesiliea dies fighting Theseus and Hercules instead of defending Troy years after Hercules' demise.
  • Immortality Begins at 20: Like the others her immortality was granted to her as a young woman.
  • Posthumous Character: Penthesiliea was killed centuries before the start of the story.
  • Weapon of Choice: This long dead war hero is depicted with a spear in all of her appearances.

Glauce

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Hippolyta's sister and Diana's aunt. Glauce is one of the few immortal Amazons.


  • Immortality Begins at 20: Like the others her immortality was granted to her as a young woman.
  • Weapon of Choice: Glauce loves knives so much her council outfit is inspired by them, and in historical wars she dual wielded them.

Troia

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A mortal Amazon who is near Princess Diana's age and became friends with the princess in their classes together.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change: Her backstory manages to combine Euboea's as a woman's spirit taken from Hades and reincarnated as an Amazon, with Donna Troy's as a young woman raised on Themyscira while still being different than either of them since she is Diana's classmate, mortal, and was born from a mortal Amazon woman who is her mother rather than adopted by Hippolyta as Donna was.
  • Composite Character: Donna Troy, who has often used "Troia" as a code name, gets merged with Diana's lifelong Amazon friend Euboea to make a character named Troia.
  • Demoted to Extra: As an adaptation of Donna, the original Wonder Girl and a founding member of the Teen Titans Troia gets comparatively little time on panel.
  • Truly Single Parent: Not Troia herself but her mother, who became pregnant and gave birth to a soul reincarnated from one of those in Hades like all Amazons besides the immortals in this continuity.

Holiday College

Etta Candy

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Singer, seamstress, leader and all around upbeat gal Etta Candy is the lead singer of the "Holiday Girls" and in a leadership position of the Beeta Lamda sorority.


  • Forties Hair: Etta's signature hairstyle is victory rolls.
  • Action Fashionista: Very fashion conscious to the point of wanting to be a fashion designer, and also eager to help out in a fight and quite good at fighting.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Etta is draws almost every bit of her characterization besides her fashionista tendencies from her redheaded Golden Age counterpart, including hair style, but is blonde in this iteration.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: She is beautiful and she knows it, regardless of what snide comments Smuthers has on her weight.
  • Big Fun: She's an overweight woman with a great sense of humor who is kind, fun and the life of the party.
  • The Fashionista: She's fashion conscious, designs her own clothes and even gets an interview with the editor of a fashion magazine.
  • Fat and Proud: Etta is proud and entirely unashamed of her curves, despite having to listen to Pamela make fun of her for them for years.
  • Glamorous Wartime Singer: Etta is a fashionable young woman who sings for the troops.
  • The Lancer: To Diana. Where Diana is reserved, deliberate and modest Etta is loud, impulsive and vocally proud.
  • The Leader: Of the Holiday Girls.
  • Opposites Attract: Etta is boisterous, outspoken, hot tempered and impulsive while Lawrence is mellow, soft spoken, slow tempered and premeditative.
  • Secret Keeper: She's the one who came up with the Diana Prince identity and helps Diana fashion her two separate ids as Wonder Woman and Prince.
  • Self-Proclaimed Love Interest: Etta claims the attractive Ace Pilot Lawrence Stone has a crush on her after she flirts with him. While at first it seems to just be more of her loud cheerful proclamations that are unfounded in reality later it is revealed that he does seem to reciprocate her feelings. It's not explored more due to the book's cancelation and the prejudice they would face as a Anglo Texan woman and an African American man trying to date in the 1940s.
  • Shipper on Deck: She is very supportive of Diana and Steve getting together when she realizes Steve is smitten and suspects Diana is interested in him. She is downright blissful when they do get together.
  • The Tease: She will talk flirtatiously with most attractive men but claims and proves to be actually quite picky about who she's ever go out with on even a single date, requiring that they have a good heart.

Glamora Treat

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[…]Wonder Woman has inspired us to train on our own, so we can really help!

A member of the Beeta Lamda sorority and the Holiday Girls. For the band she plays saxophone and clarinet and does back up vocals very occasionally. She is the most responsible of the group, and is friendly and kind though gets frustrated when she feels Etta has neglected to inform her of things she ought to know.


  • Forties Hair: Glamora usually wears her hair in a bun with victory rolls.
  • Ambiguously Brown: She's lighter skinned than the known African American characters like Lita and Lawrence and her ethnic background is unknown and not something her friends are worried about.
  • Band Geek: A grown up version on the cusp of adulthood and independence. Glamora is a responsible young woman who plays multiple instruments, tries to stand back from new social situations and remain safely surrounded by friends for them and really loves making music.
  • Beauty Mark: Above her lips to the left.
  • The Driver: Starts out as little more than a friendly face who just so happens to actually own her own car, and therefore drives the Holiday Girls + Diana around, which is more characterization than the other Holiday Girls got at first.
  • The Heart: While Etta has a caring selfless heart she's also easily pulled into petty squabbles and a too energetic, boisterous and impulsive to act as the group's heart. Glamora is also selfless and kind but is also responsible and willing to call out her bandmates on their frequently reckless actions.
  • The Reliable One: She is the most grounded of the Holiday Girls, and is also loyal, kind and compassionate and always there to help her friends.

Lita Little

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Violin, guitar and back up vocals for the Holiday Girls.


  • Alliterative Name: Lita Little
  • Leeroy Jenkins: She tends to jump in head-first even if it derails her group's current plans. Upon arriving in France the first thing she does is decide to take a light tank for a joy ride, causing a fire on a military base which as a furious Lawrence points out could have been much, much worse.
  • Race Lift: The Lita Little in the Holliday Girls from the Golden Age was a short white woman with blonde hair, here she's African American.

Milly & Tilly Heyday

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Milly, Glamora, and Tilly
Identical twin sisters who are part of the Holiday Girls musical group. Milly plays piano for the Holiday Girls, while Tilly has been seen with a banjo, tambourine and behind a harp.
  • Adaptational Dumbass: In the Golden Age Tillie Heyday was the smartest, calmest and most responsible out of her four siblings and one of the most rational of the Holliday Girls. In The Legend of Wonder Woman (2016) Tilly Heyday is a clueless, impulsive airhead and easily the dumbest of the Holliday girls.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: The Heyday triples were blonde in the original comics, here they've lost a sister and switched hair colors with the originally redheaded Etta Candy.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: In the Golden Age Millie Heyday was one of the two airheaded and irresponsible Heyday triplets, while in The Legend of Wonder Woman (2016) Milly Heyday is the smartest and most responsible of the Heyday siblings, and the smartest in the sence of book smarts of the Holliday Girls to boot.
  • Adaptation Name Change: It's more a spelling tweak, but in the original comics their names were spelled Millie and Tillie.
  • Adapted Out: The Heyday sisters were triplets in the original comics, but they've been reduced to twins here with Lillie missing. There's no mention of their criminal older brother/uncle (they were raised and adopted by their grandmother) Joel either.
  • Band Geek: Two flavors, with the more timid socially awkward book smart Milly and the outgoing but weird Tilly.
  • Harp of Femininity: Tilly seems to be trying to invoke this with her harp playing, and while it works on stage it does not at all reflect her impulsive peppy attitude off the stage.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Milly Heyday wears glasses and Tilly Heyday does not, they can also be told apart by their character since Milly is more reserved and Tilly is impulsive.
  • The Piano Player: Milly
  • The Smart Guy: Milly seems to be the smartest, if not the sharpest, of the Holiday Girls.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: Milly shares the role of The Smart Guy with Glamora and is the only one of the Holiday Girls to wear glasses.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Their given names have only a single changed letter to differentiate between them.

Pamela Smuthers

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A spoiled rotten girl whose been making fun of Etta since their childhood together in Texas, and has became her rival as they grew older and ended up at the same college.


  • Alpha Bitch: Since her childhood according to Etta, and she's quite vindictive and petty.
  • Glamorous Wartime Singer: Sings for the troops decked out in attractive costume.
  • Rich Bitch: Her father is a rich politician and it has done her personality no favors to be his spoiled daughter.

United States Army Air Forces

Lt. Steve Trevor

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"The skies and the freedom they provide. Who wouldn't want such a thing?"

An American pilot who was drawn to Themyscira by a ritual done under Ares' orders with the intent of bringing in an innocent from the outside world and sacrificing them. He was rescued by Diana and Alcippe.


  • Ace Pilot:
  • Distressed Dude: He was dragged to Themyscira to become a Human Sacrifice for Ares' plot and was injured and essentially helpless and in need of rescue for the duration of his stay.
  • Hunk: He is, in Etta's words, a "dreamboat", and modest too.
  • Love Interest: For Diana.
  • Loves My Alter Ego: Steve loves Diana, and doesn't really think too much on Wonder Woman beyond being thankful for her aid and awed by her abilities. Learning the two are the same in the end does nothing to change his feelings.
  • Non-Action Guy: He overplays it a bit but he feels that he is completely hopeless in any kind of combat out of the cockpit.
  • Reports of My Death Were Greatly Exaggerated: Steve has been turned into a media pony by the military after his return from what was thought to have been his death at sea. He's not very fond of all the attention, or the fact that he's basically grounded for the duration of the media circus he's being put through.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: His eyes have apparently been described as "dreamy blue agates" in the My Women's magazine and the Holiday Girls agree with the descriptor.

Lt. Lawrence Stone

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"You're too hard on yourself Trevor."

One of the Tuskeegee Airmen Lawrence is an excellent pilot and becomes a friend of Steve Trevor's while Trevor is essentially grounded due to his celebrity status after returning from what was thought to be a watery grave. He's good natured and easy to get along with though generally quite serious.


  • Ace Pilot:
  • Hunk: Etta is taken with his looks the first time she lays eyes on him, and the other Holiday Girls agree he's a good looking airman.
  • Love Interest: For Etta Candy.
  • Officer and a Gentleman: He is a respectful well mannered USAAF officer, which is what attracts Etta to him after his good looks catch her eye.
  • One Head Taller: While no relationship was developed between them beyond friendship and respect prior to the book's cancellation Etta is unquestionably interested in him, and he seems to return the sentiment and he's easily a foot taller than her.
  • Opposites Attract: Etta is boisterous, outspoken, quick tempered and impulsive while Lawrence is mellow, soft spoken, slow tempered and premeditative.

Antagonists

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Tomas Byde / Duke of Deception

A British man who became Ares' champion after Ares grabbed him during a suicide attempt.


  • Driven to Suicide: Ares was able to convince Tomas to become his champion when Tomas was angry and upset and went to throw himself off a cliff in grief and guilt after he received a telegram saying his little brother had died.
  • Evil Brit: He's British, made a deal with Ares, working with the Nazis and using illusions and Nazi Zombies to kill allied soldiers.
  • Ironic Nickname: The Duke of Deception only gained the powers that earned him that title after being deceived into accepting them.
  • Master of Illusion: Ares' gifts allow Tomas to project illusions into his victim's minds, though Diana is immune.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Diana's lasso of truth causes the Duke of Deception to realize he'd been deceived into allying himself with Ares and killing hundreds of innocents and soldiers for the Axis powers after being lied to about his little brother's supposed death. Not only is his little brother still alive but it was Axis bombers that bombed the city he was in not allied bombers like Ares lead him to believe.
  • Piggybacking on Hitler:
  • Power at a Price: He's lost his personal autonomy by becoming Ares' champion and donning the Heart of Baetylus, but gained incredible powers in return.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: When pulling of the power of Ares and his orangish hair turns more red.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes turn red when he's tapping into his dangerous powers and when Ares is influencing his mind.

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Priscilla Rich

Well color me surprised. The Duke of Deception has killed thousands of people, and yet wavers at a piddly few hundred.

A wealthy socialite, big game hunter and Nazi supporter with a luxurious apartment in Cairo.


  • Animal Eyes: Priscilla's eyes turn temporarily catlike after she grabs the Heart of Baetylus and is disintegrated and then reconfigured back at her home by the power in the object, foreshadowing her future as Cheetah.
  • Fur and Loathing: Priscilla Rich is a cold murderous wealthy socialite who wears prominent furs any time she's out of the house.
  • Hellish Pupils: Priscilla's eyes gain slit pupils after she grabs the Heart of Baetylus and is disintegrated and then reconfigured back at her home by the power in the object.
  • Les Collaborateurs: She's not German but she's eagerly joined up with the Nazis in her quest for power.
  • Piggybacking on Hitler:
  • Pretty in Mink: She's a heartless murderer who gleefully colludes with the Nazis and is the only named character to noticeably wear furs, and those furs are glamorous well designed pieces that help her look very pretty.
  • Rich Bitch: Priscilla Rich is a wealthy socialite who has willingly allied herself with the Nazis and thinks hesitating to kill hundreds with an explosion is ridiculous.

Olympians

Ares

  • Big Bad: His champion kickstarts the antagonistic actions at his bidding, another villain appears who is acting on Ares behalf and by all appearances Ares is who Diana will be focusing on fighting in WWII rather than any historical factions.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: His reach was limited to Themyscira where the mortals are essentially commanded to worship and dedicate themselves to the Olympians, but he has been trying to use the conflict of WWII to find a way around this limitation and feed off of conflict and war itself instead. His whole plan is unknown since Zeus describes a genocidal plan that is later made clear to be Zeus' plan as belonging to Ares.
  • Super Empowering: Lends power to Antiope and Tomas Byde.

Zeus

  • Bigger Bad: In the end his plot seems to be even worse than the one Ares is working on.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: His reach has been essentially limited to Themyscira where the mortals are essentially commanded to worship and dedicate themselves to the Olympians since the outside world no longer worships the pantheon. This is why he wants to remake the world as a dictatorship where all the remaining mortals are forced to worship him and make human sacrifices to the Greek Pantheon.
  • Super Empowering: He granted powers and immortality to his champion Hippolyta, and offers to do the same to Diana but Diana realizes the price her mother has paid in her lack of personal autonomy for being his champion and denies him.

Artemis

  • Demoted to Extra: In Greg Rucka's version of the Amazon's origin, the one which this version of the Amazons borrows most heavily from, Artemis was one of the four goddesses who granted the Amazons their protected island home, powers and helped create the Amazons using the souls of woman in Hades. Here all that was supposedly done by Zeus and Artemis just gets mentions as one of the gods which some Amazons are directed to dedicate their lives to and is essentially a living prop in scenes of the Olympians.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: Her reach has been limited to Themyscira where the mortals are essentially commanded to worship and dedicate themselves to the Olympians since the outside world no longer worships the pantheon.
  • Super Empowering: She lent powers to the armlets Hippolyta gave to Diana.

Athena

  • Demoted to Extra: Athena is the Olympian that claimed Diana as her champion in regular continuity, not Zeus. In Greg Rucka's version of the Amazon's origin, the one which this version of the Amazons borrows most heavily from, Athena was one of the four goddesses who granted the Amazons their protected island home, powers and helped create the Amazons using the souls of woman in Hades. Here all that was supposedly done by Zeus and Athena just gets mentions as one of the gods which some Amazons are directed to dedicate their lives to and is reduced to a living prop in scenes of the Olympians.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: Her reach has been limited to Themyscira where the mortals are essentially commanded to worship and dedicate themselves to the Olympians since the outside world no longer worships the pantheon.
  • Sadly Mythtaken: Athena is depicted with a snake, which is the symbol of a war god in Greek Mythology, but that war god is Ares. Athena's sacred animal is an owl, which she is depicted with in most other DC adaptations of her.
  • Super Empowering: She lent powers to the tiara Hippolyta gave to Diana.

Demeter

  • Demoted to Extra: In Greg Rucka's version of the Amazon's origin, the one which this version of the Amazons borrows most heavily from, Demter was one of the four goddesses who granted the Amazons their protected island home, powers and helped create the Amazons using the souls of woman in Hades. Here all that was supposedly done by Zeus and Demeter just gets mentions as one of the gods which some Amazons are directed to dedicate their lives to.
  • Gods Need Prayer Badly: Her reach has been limited to Themyscira where the mortals are essentially commanded to worship and dedicate themselves to the Olympians since the outside world no longer worships the pantheon.
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