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"The way I experience time is unique and for you particularly frustrating. That said, I am simultaneously in this bar having a conversation with you and on Europa creating life."
Doctor Manhattan (to Angela), Watchmen (2019)

A character is romantically and/or sexually involved with an actual god or demigod, like Zeus. Or even Satan! Hey, if you're Pals with Jesus, you can hook up with these folks pretty easily. The relationship may be short-term or long; the important thing is that it involves a deity. (If the character merely has powers like a god, that's more likely to be an example of Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex.)

Particularly common in some mythologies where Everybody Has Lots of Sex — Greek Mythology is noted for this.

If the other partner is also a deity, you have an example of a God Couple; otherwise, it is presumably a form of Interspecies Romance. If the relationship leads to offspring, then you have Divine Parentage. If the question of the mortal's actual consent to the relationship is... overlooked, may fall under Double Standard: Rape, Divine on Mortal.


Compare and contrast Did You Just Romance Cthulhu? May occur in the Magical Girlfriend genre. For the metaphorical version, where the deity may or may not exist and no actual romance or sex is involved, see Married to a God. If the beloved is only compared to a god, that's Love Is Like Religion. Completely unrelated to Madonna Archetype and Sex God. Usually.


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    Comic Books 
  • In the spin-off of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, Squee!, Squee's classmate is the son of Satan. His mother didn't realize that until years into their marriage, and comments on how it's ironic as she's "always been a good Christian woman."
  • Being that any number of gods from classical myth are regular players in any number of comic titles, this is a relatively common occurrence. In The Avengers, for example, Hercules is often portrayed with various lovely young women. He for instance has a romantic and sexual history with his teammates Black Widow and She-Hulk. Also apparently with Northstar.
  • In The Sandman the eponymous character has his occasional romances with mortals. They don't seem to end well.
  • In Lucifer, Mazikeen (a Lilim, who aren't demons, angels, humans or gods, but something in between all four) maintained a relationship with the human woman Beatrice. The Norse god-giant Bergamir woos and wins Jill Presto, and Martin gets laid with Elaine Belloc, who at that point has become the God of three universes.
  • The Incredible Hercules:
    • Herc manages to bed quite a few mortals, in addition to at least one other deity. Further expanded in Agents of Atlas, when Namora (one of the mortals previously noted) and Siren spend several days travelling the globe meeting with Herc's various mortal, non-super paramours after Herc's demise.
    • Of course, at various points in Hercules' publication in various Marvel books, his father Zeus (as noted in the Mythology section below) is also noted (and observed) as continuing his mortal-chasing ways (he insists that his busty new secretary simply makes the best lattes). The phrase "mortal fever" was bandied about.
  • The Mighty Thor:
    • The Asgardian Thor and mortal Jane Foster, sometimes.
    • Loki's hundreds of mortal passing children probably had mothers (or fathers) participating in the trope and that's even not counting the Speed Dating.
    • And Sigurd who is generally findable in bars and would really like to tell all the ladies about his heroism, but be warned he generally has fuck and fuck off attitude.
    • In one issue of Jason Aaron's run, Thor escorts a young SHIELD cadet at her graduation party, after she sent a letter asking him (she didn't seriously expect him to respond, but was thrilled that he did so).
  • Wonder Woman: Cassie Sandsmark, the second Wonder Girl (or third, depending on how one counts these things), was the daughter of Zeus and mortal archaeologist Dr. Helena Sandsmark.
  • Black Moon Chronicles: When the end of the world approaches, the Oracle shakes off its Eldritch Abomination form to reveal its real form as a female Hot God. Having not experienced sensational pleasure for eons, she then has a threesome with Wismerhill and his succubus girlfriend.
  • Requiem Vampire Knight: The vampire Black Sabbat and the goddess Aiwass are in a relationship. It's one of the few couplings that are portrayed as pretty amicable, but since both prefer her to assume the form of a male mandrill baboon, there's a healthy dose of Fan Disservice to go along with it.
  • In De Rode Ridder, Johan is a perpetual Chick Magnet, and supernatural women are no exception. His main Love Interest is Galaxa, the "fae of light", whom at her introduction says she was once known as Aphrodite and Venus. Other supernatural women with an interest in him are the Valkyrie Hildegonde, an unnamed moon goddess, the goddess Ishtar, a female djinn named Djinny, and even the demoness in human form Demonia, The Dragon to his Arch-Enemy Bhaal.
  • Marvel Comics' Thanos is in a literal romantic relationship with The Grim Reaper. The Infinity Gauntlet features him gaining ultimate power with the Infinity Gems to impress her, but his plans backfire when she now thinks he's too powerful for her.

    Fan Works 
  • Prevalent in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fanfiction due to the presence of Princess Celestia and Princess Luna, thousand-plus year old alicorns who make the Sun rise in the morning and bring the Moon out at night. They are most frequently paired off with Twilight Sparkle, who is herself an alicorn, but who is only a young adult. Princess Cadance is a borderline example, as while she is also an alicorn, she is only a little older than Twilight, and is married to Twilight's older brother. Still, while the Princesses are revered, their powers are not quite so godly as it might appear at first blush - Twilight has actually lifted the Sun herself on one occasion, and according to Word of God, before Celestia and Luna were born, unicorn mages lifted the Sun and the Moon on their own. Ponies in general are responsible for Painting the Frost on Windows, but Celestia and Luna are still seen has having a vital role in society.
    • Downplayed version occurs in Equestrias First Human. A human teenager named Connor ends up in Equestria. when Connor first meets Celestia, he calls her "old" after learning her age. Mortified, he backspaces and calls her "hot", which... charms her. It's heavily implied that this was the reason, besides saving her and all of Ponyville, she enchanted him so that when he died, his soul would be brought to Equestria for a new chance at life. When he is turned into a pony she also gives him a kiss on the forehead as gift. They don't get together but her crush shows up from time to time in the sequel stories.

  • When asked if she was a devil worshiper, Elvira allegedly replied "I dated him once".
  • Narrowly averted in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. The Baron and Venus engage in some serious flirting, but her husband manages to keep it from going too far.
  • Grace and Bruce's relationship in Bruce Almighty counts as this, since the film sees him being granted all of God's powers.
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Davy Jones' backstory involves him falling in love with the sea goddess Calypso when he was still a mortal man. She gave him the job of ferrying the souls of those who died at sea to the afterlife with the promise of seeing her once every 10 years, but since Calypso is as treacherous as the sea itself, she failed to show up. This prompted Jones to go rogue and caused his mutation into a squid-man.
  • There's a 1987 movie called "Date with an Angel". The plot revolves around a young man who's (not) happily engaged to the daughter of the owner a cosmetics company. After his "friends" throw a wild bachelor party, he finds an angel that crash landed in a pool right outside his apartment. Throughout the movie, he gets closer towards the angel, while his fiance gets more and more jealous. At the end of the movie, his engagement is broken off and he collapses because he has an incurable brain tumor, and she was an angel of death who was sent to collect his sou.l When he makes a miraculous recovery, she tells him she had herself turned into a human and they begin dating for real.

  • Discworld has a relationship between Susan and the Anthropomorphic Personification of Time, although Susan is one quarter anthropomorphic personification by adoption herself. Said anthropic personification of Time is also the son of a different anthropic personification of Time with a human man.
    • She also had a brief fling with a former angel of Rock and Roll.
  • The parents of pretty much all the main characters in Percy Jackson and the Olympians are Greek gods, except Grover and Rachel Elizabeth Dare. And its successor, The Heroes of Olympus. But this one mixes in the Roman pantheon of aspects as well.
  • In Tides of War the Warcraft-universe novel. The protagonist Jaina Proudmoore hooks up with an ex-physical god Kalec. While in the book only a kiss happens, with the ongoing lore in the Warcraft series, something between them will happen soon.
  • In The Redemption of Althalus, Althalus lives, loves, and has a child with Dweia. Dweia just happens to be that universe's mother goddess.
  • N. K. Jemisin's Inheritance Trilogy:
    • Yeine and the Old God Nahadoth develop a romance while conspiring to end his enslavement. It's complicated by the fact that he's half-mad from being trapped in human form and sleeping with him is fantastically lethal. They manage to consummate their relationship safely, and continue it when she ascends to godhood.
    • The demon Oree Shoth is Amicable Exes with the god Madding, who left her rather than stay and outlive her. She also has a sort of Rescue Romance with the temporarily depowered god Itempas, aka "Shiny", which fast-tracks the Love Redeems condition of his punishment. They separate, but it's later revealed that he returns to live with her and their daughter until Oree's death.
    • Deka has a Childhood Friend Romance with Sieh, the Time Abyss god of youth and mischief, after Sieh is depowered. To Sieh's surprise, Deka remains interested even after Sieh provides a mental glimpse of the ancient primordial entity he truly is.
    • In The Kingdom of Gods, several godlings work at an upscale bordello due to curiosity or human interest, so mortals can pay for the spiritually transcendent experience of sleeping with divinity.
  • Gardner F. Fox's Niall Of The Far Travels stories. Niall (a Conan-style barbarian) has Emalkartha, goddess of the Eleven Hells as his girlfriend.
  • In Tamora Pierce's The Immortals series, Daine's mother Sarra turns out to have had a god for a lover. He cares for her so much that after her death he petitions (successfully) to have her made a goddess as well.
  • In the Garrett, P.I. novel, Petty Pewter Gods, Garrett ends up being seduced by a few, including a love goddess named Star and a couple of minor godlets who can take the forms of owls.
  • In The Silmarillion, the Elf Elwë marries a minor goddess, Melian. Their daughter, Lúthien, is an Elf of unusual beauty and magic power.
  • A major subplot in Warbreaker involves Siri's Arranged Marriage to God-King Susebron, who is revered as a literal Physical God by his followers. Though Susebron is initially presented as a tyrant, he turns out to be a Puppet King and quite friendly, if naive, and he and Siri end up actually falling in love.
  • In The Age of the Five trilogy, the god Chaia is said to have had many relationships with humans, driving some of them mad when he left them because he was capable of giving them pleasure of such unbelievable heights that afterwards they were unaffected by any other pleasure reality could offer. The main character, Auraya, has a relationship with Chaia, although ultimately never loves him and ends up breaking it off.
  • At the beginning of the Books of Swords, Mala has anonymous sex with the Emperor, who turns out to be G-d. Yambu had had a long-term relationship with him, although they'd been separated for many years by the time the series began. They do finally get married at the end of Shieldbreaker's Story.
  • Incarnations of Immortality: Any mortal dating an Incarnation could count.
  • In Immortal City by Scott Speer, one of the main issues between Jackson and Maddy is that there's not supposed to be any Divine Dating going on, especially not when said relationship would make national headlines, although the trope is zigzagged: it's played straight by Maddy's parents; her mother was human, and her father was an angel, but subverted with Maddy and Jackson themselves, for obvious reasons.
  • Roger Zelazny's Creatures of Light and Darkness: Although it's not revealed until much later: Wakim/Set and Megra of Kalgan. Also, at the very end, Megra and Horus the War God, child of Osiris and Isis. (Of course, Osiris and Isis are a God Couple, although no longer so at the time of the story.)
  • In Tom Holt's Expecting Someone Taller, Malcolm Fisher gets engaged to a girl who is (though he doesn't know it) a Valkyrie—one of the daughters of Wotan.
  • In Gail Carson Levine's book Ever, the story revolves around the efforts of mortal girl Kezi and minor god Olus to make Kezi a goddess.
  • Nathan Garrett, the main character of The Hellequin Chronicles once had a serious relationship with Selene, the Greek goddess of the moon. Though they had to break up because of some political machinations in Avalon. As of Scorched Shadows their relationship is back on track, the obstacle, ahem, removed.
  • The Arabian Nights frame tale features a woman in a relationship with a djinn, although it's not exactly healthy as she takes the opportunity to cheat on him with two kings as soon as he's out of sight for a while.
  • In the second book of Mistborn: The Original Trilogy, Elend Venture converts to the Church Of The Survivor for complex political reasons. One of the more uncomfortable aspects of this is that said Church regards his girlfriend, Vin, as a deity. She does not agree with this assessment.
  • Amusingly averted in Godshome by Robert Sheckley. The goddess Mellicent has been struck by Cupid's Arrow, and has fallen for shy academic Arthur Fenn. When she professes her love, though, Arthur cannot believe such a beautiful creature could love him. She manages to convince him, but he's still too shy to make the first move, and she's too proud. Eventually, she gives him a ring which gives him the strength and appearance of a demigod, and he finds the courage to accept her proposition, but then can't get it up.
  • In The Unexplored Summon://Blood-Sign the title "Loved by the White" is given to those who manage to attract the attentions of the White Queen, the Top God of the setting. Only one person has this, the main character Kyousuke. But as it turns out, this is actually an example of Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?.
  • Queen of Zazzau: Amina marries the god of war, Dafaru, as part of a Deal with the Devil to avenge her murdered lover, and grows to love him over the course of the book.

    Live-Action TV 
  • Russell T. Davies' The Second Coming ends on a date between Judith, a normal human woman, and her life-long friend Steven Baxter, a bloke who just happened to discover he was the son of God. She ends up killing him.
  • Supernatural
    • Becky, the fangirl expy was dating Chuck for a while, who, as it turns out, might have actually been God. As of the latter part of season 10, Chuck being God is confirmed.
    • Played with in season 11, when Dean and The Darkness have some kind of peculiar bond which is implied to be at least partially sexual.
    • A weird variation in season five, when Gabriel is revealed to have dated a Hindu goddess. The weird comes in when it turns out she was under the impression that he too was a god, when he's actually an archangel, which technically places him below an actual deity in status, but implies that he's more powerful than the pagan gods he's hung out with.
  • The Almighty Johnsons, being a show about Norse gods living in hiding in New Zealand, features lots of this. Anders (aka Bragi, the god of poetry) may be the most prominent example, with a non-stop stream of women unable to resist his seductive powers, but all the gods (and goddesses) are pretty randy. Even Ty (who is Hod, the god of cold and darkness) manages to find a girlfriend, and then ends up marrying someone else (at least temporarily). There's plenty of god/goddess-on-mortal action and god-on-god action throughout the whole show.

  • The They Might Be Giants' song "She's an Angel", reinvigorates a love song cliche by exploring what it might be like if your girlfriend were actually an angel.
  • "Lucifer's Lover" by Arabesque, is about a woman finding out the nice and gentle man she's been dating is actually Lucifer.
  • The pop song "Undercover Angel" by Alan O'Day, although it could also be A Date with Rosie Palms kind of song.

  • Almost every god and goddess in Classical Mythology, but especially Zeus. As far as he was concerned, anything fair game. Aphrodite also did a lot of seducing.
    • The tale of Psyche and Eros, first found in Platonicus' Metamorphoses is perhaps the Ur-Example of this being depicted from a romantic angle. Psyche is unable to find a husband, and is eventually taken in my a mysterious being who brings her in a marvelous house and an disembodied voice tells her to make herself at home, and that she's got a lover now, but she's told she can only be with her lover at night in the cover or darkness, as he does not want her to see him. Her sisters convince Psyche that her lover must be a monster, and one night she brings a candle and a dagger to see him. Startled to realize her lover is the god of love, she drops some wax from the candle on him, waking him up. He flees and returns to his mother Venus who seeks to keep him away from mortals. Psyche's trials and eventual reunion with her lover and their marriage make up the bulk of the rest of the tale. It's subverted at the end, however, as Zeus grants Psyche godhood, making her and Eros a God Couple.
  • There are Chinese legends and poems about shamans, male and female, gaining their power from romantic unions with spirits or deities.
  • A Japanese story features Oumononushi, the god/spirit of Mount Miwa. Oumononushi was married to a woman called Yamato Totohimomosohime, but visited her only at night. When she asked him to show her his true form, he hid in her comb case, where she found him as a small snake. She was so alarmed, Oumononushi fled to Mount Miwa, and Totohimomosohime felt so ashamed, she used chopsticks to stab herself mortally in the genitals.
  • Gilgamesh famously defies this trope when he turned down the goddess Ishtar because he had heard what happened to her former mortal lovers. He himself coincidentally is the product of such a divine date since he's the Semi-Divine child of the human king Lugalbanda and the minor cattle goddess Ninsun.
  • Norse Mythology has an example that is somewhere between this and God Couple: Skaði the Giantess, who first married Njǫrðr (a Vanir, the smaller, less well known of the two Norse divine familial groupings), and then when that marriage fell apart (he loved the sea, she loved the mountains), ended up as an official lover to Óðinn. The tricky thing with which trope this is is that marrying into the Vanir/Asar was apparently enough to start counting Skaði as a goddess.
    • This is how Freyja received her necklace, Brísingamen. The dwarves who made it refused her offers of gold and silver, and instead demanded that she sleep with each of them. There are also stories of giants wanting this from her, using such tricks as stealing Mjölnir and making her hand in marriage a term of its return. These attempts are inevitably foiled, often with the help of Loki's guile.
    • Generally speaking, sex with Gods or other divine creatures seldom turns out too well for the mortal in Germanic mythology. See, for example, the legend of the mortal warrior Sigurðr and the valkyrie Brynhildr.
  • In The Mahabharata, Kunti receives a mantra that she can use to summon a god for sex, at least for procreative purposes. She can use this spell up to five times without compromising her purity. She does, and the Pandavas brothers are born as a result. She also uses it one more time than she's supposed to and has Karna.

    Tabletop RPGs 
  • In Dungeons & Dragons various characters date with deities.
    • Forgotten Realms:
      • Elminster the Sage once had a romantic relationship with Mystra, the goddess of magic (chronicled in the first three books of The Elminster Series). That Mystra, however, was killed during the Time of Troubles and the new one doesn't share his feelings.
      • The deities of Mulhorand and Unther (the real-life gods of Egypt and Sumeria, imported by Ao the Overgod in ancient times to aid Egyptians and Sumerians enslaved by Imaskar's magocracy) ruled their countries as god-kings for centuries and produced many half-celestial and half-fiend children with mortal concubines, making that a common ancestry for aasimar and tieflings in the Realms' present day.
  • Gods are unusually accessible in the world of Exalted, so this is a fairly common trope. Even more so if you count the Exalted, who start off human but are endowed with more than enough power to match and even surpass any god. God-blooded are people who result from this sort of thing. Some gods even go out of their way to accumulate relationships because the devotion means extra power or supernatural currency. Others use dates as part of their arrangements with mortals around them so a river god expecting a date with a local maiden once a month to keep the water running at the right speed is common to the point of unnoticeable. The Sidreal Exalted, being agents of the same office gods work for, step in if a god is being too pushy.

  • One Touch of Venus is about the Greek goddess Venus being in love with a barber from suburban New York.

    Video Games 
  • Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories:
    • Adell is quite cozy with Demon Overlord Rozalin, known in her previous life as "the God of All Overlords". But then, this is a Nippon Ichi game...
    • In Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, Laharl's human mother married an overlord.
  • La Pucelle Tactics
    • It ends with Priere and Croix, i.e. the Dark Prince as a couple.
    • Priere managed to match him later on though when she became the overlord of the local Netherworld.
  • Many of the endings in Soul Nomad & the World Eaters also qualify as Revya is a World Eater (race of beings of god like power, some of which are gods themselves). May also count for the female ending with Gig.
  • It is possible in Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark to end the game as ruler of the eighth layer of Baator with power falling just short of being an actual god, and remain in a committed relationship with any of the three love interests after the close of the game.
  • Eversion has a variation and major subversion in the good ending, you become an Eldritch Abomination just so you can act out this trope.
  • In Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song, the dancer Barbara catches the eye of The Minstrel, who is eventually revealed to be Elore, lord of the gods.
  • Many Story of Seasons games, including Harvest Moon: Animal Parade, allos the male and female main characters to date the Harvest Goddess or Harvest King (if he's present), respectively.
  • The Sims:
  • Implied with The Curse of Monkey Island's Voodoo Lady. When asked about the god Quetzecoatyl she describes him as a "really nice guy, not that bloodthirsty at all. Shorter than you might think."
  • In Tales of Innocence all party members and many other characters are the human reincarnations of the game world's gods, though this being a JRPG they generally shy away from admitting to relationships. A better example is the Grigori tribe are blood decendants of one of said gods, resulting from a god's relationship with a mortal, and repeated interactions with the tribe every few generations to keep the divine bloodline strong.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: It's quite possible Link ends up regularly dating a deity in mortal form after the ending of almost any game! But at least Zelda doesn't seem to know in most of those lifetimes that she is the Queen of Lesser Gods, Hylia, in mortal form...
  • Lunar series:
    • Alex and Luna (Human incarnation of the Goddess Althena), the primary couple in Lunar: The Silver Star.
    • Hiro and Lucia (a counterpart of Althena, seemingly her younger sister), the primary couple in Lunar: Eternal Blue.
  • Lufia series:
  • Played With in Fire Emblem Awakening, the male player character has the option to marry Tiki, the Princess of the divine dragons with the power to lay waste to the entire continent should she go berserk. However while powerful, and light themed, Divine Dragons are ultimately not gods. Of course, he’s not exactly a normal man himself.
  • Persona:
    • The female protagonist of Persona 3 has Ryoji as a potential Love Interest. It's a shame that he's also an avatar of the goddess Nyx, the game's final boss.
    • Dating Marie in Persona 4 Golden results in this, as she is an aspect of the primordial Japanese goddess Izanami and takes said goddess' place in the True Ending.
    • The Reveal after the fourth dungeon in Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth shows that Zen and Rei, the two amnesiacs that our heroes meet at the beginning of the game, are, respectively, one part of the Greek God Chronos and an Ill Girl who spent her entire life in the hospital with illness and eventually died during her late teenage years. Chronos, who normally takes the dead to the afterlife, did not take interest in those he took with him until he met Rei (who wouldn't speak a word to him when he came to her), and when he tries to get her to talk, she falls into despair, and a flicker of emotions makes him wipe her memories and set the events of the game in motion. After you defeat the Final Boss and save Rei, it's all but stated that Rei and Zen will get together once they get to the afterlife, further helped by the fact that during the game, Rei herself admits she has feelings for Zen.
  • An odd (and Downplayed) case in Tron 2.0; Mercury (Program) is clearly attracted to Jet (human). In that universe, human Users are worshiped as creators by Programs, making it a case where the human is the divine one in the date.
  • An Inquisitor who romances Solas in Dragon Age: Inquisition is unknowingly engaged in this. Maybe. He is rather insistent that he is not a god, but The Dread Wolf was, and continues to be worshiped as one. Subverted later, when he reveals that the evanuris weren't actually gods, just inconceivably powerful mages who claimed divinity. Exactly where he draws the line at godhood is unclear however, given that the evanuris were so powerful, even the ancient elves revered them.
  • The last girl you have to romance in HuniePop is Venus, the goddess of love herself.
  • In The Elder Scrolls backstory, St. Alessia, the "Slave Queen" and leader of the Alessian Revolt against the Ayleids, prayed to and was granted divine aid by the Aedra as part of her Bargain with Heaven. One being they sent was the demi-god Morihaus, the "Man-Bull", said to be the "son" of Kyne (Kynareth), one of the Aedric Divines. Morihaus became Alessia's consort and the two became lovers. Pelinal Whitestrake, Alessia's divine champion and "uncle" of Morihaus, counseled Morihaus against this relationship, for fear that they would "beget more monsters" upon the earth. Morihaus rejected the advice and their progeny would become the first Minotaur.

    Visual Novels 

    Web Comics 
  • A-gnosis has several comics about the Greek gods, with Divine Date happening quite often. Here is a picture of Dionysus and Ariadne's Meet Cute.
  • Andy of Casey and Andy, who's been dating Satan from around strip 50 to the current (and final) strip, 666. This also applies to Andy's counterpart in the Dimension of Hackneyed Opposites, Andia, who is dating God and his counterpart in the fantasy world, Andina, who is dating Zogor the God of Healing.
    Andy: I think it says something about me that in every dimension, I'm dating some kind of deity.
    Casey: I think it says something that in every dimension, you're a woman.
  • In Girl Genius the original Heterodyne was supposedly married to a local battle goddess.
  • In Gunnerkrigg Court, Matt had a Meet Cute with the Chinese moon goddess Chang'e. Then she walked off with his jacket and his mp3 player. Women, huh...?
  • Kubera has the High Priestess Brillith and the Fire God Agni, who form an incredibly adorable couple.
  • #Blessed: The entire point is for Joanna to go on dates with seven gods until she finds the one she likes the most, then bear a demi-god who will inherit the universe.

    Web Original 
  • In the Whateley Universe, Carmilla finds out that her now-deceased mother joined a cult and was the 'sacrifice' to Gothmog, demon lord of lust. Carmilla is the result. Even worse, Gothmog isn't the reason Carmilla's mom is dead.

    Western Animation 

Alternative Title(s): Romance With A God, Sleeping With A God


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