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Dionysus: Ares never brings anything but death and bad advice.
Ares: That’s not true. Sometimes I bring pizza.
Dionysus: Oh yeah, I forgot about that.
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daydreaming-effy · 2 hours ago
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The myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is another example of how men can't follow instructions.
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odhq · 3 hours ago
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the gods have grown desperate and weak. belief is dwindling now more than ever and the gods confined to these cursed lands feel themselves starting to wane. all think of death but none contemplate it seriously until one of their own is finally taken.
tyche is gone. zeus is panicked. he looks for an answer everywhere, even in his often ignored demigod children. and there he finds something, something that could prove to be the solution to his problem. he will not die, he and his brethren have trudged the earth for too long to disappear now.
the gods whisper of zeus’ newfound solution; all the while, their demigod children continue their lives in the city of kalos, unaware of the battle coming their way.
𝐨𝐝𝐲𝐬𝐬𝐞𝐲 is a discord greek mythos roleplay focused on the demigods. the gods have become desperate for power to revitalize them, looking for answers everywhere. the demigods of kalos city, their closest children, are unaware that they’ve found one. one that doesn’t work in their favor. 
the story of odyssey will be played out through highly involved chapters and plot drops where your characters will help decide where the story goes. click on our icon to visit us !
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astra-numinous · 3 hours ago
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I recently found out that Ares had children (in some myths) with two muses, those being Calliope and Terpsichore.
And I wonder how they interacted with one another as there isn't much information given to their relationship.
However, they surprisingly match as Calliope was the muse of epic poetry and he the god of war. Calliope was also strong-willed and assertive, a leader among her sisters, maybe making her even more attractive to the god of war.
I just see her telling him all these amazing and long-winded stories of war and love while Ares' listens intently. Maybe she sings to him and cradles him in her arms, resting his tired eyes and body from the life of conquest. He in turn provides her with his own achievements and stories of gods and men alike.
But how can Terpsichore, the muse of dance, match with him? Does he partake in dance and joins her? Laughs and smiles in her presence as she pulls him to the center of the dance floor. Does he use the advice of his mentor Priapus from when he was a child? He was taught how to dance first before fighting after all.
I wish to see Ares in another light.
I want to see more stories of him relaxing.
Him enjoying other activities and interacting with other gods not related to war and conquest and bloodshed.
I know he is the god of war but if others can have more depth and qualities so can he. 
Show me another side of the god of war.
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pondermoniums · 3 hours ago
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I am so bad at posting Patreon updates here but there’s been a DOUBLE update this weekend!
Get ahead on Prejudice & Pride chapters, The King’s Cup chapters, and see a cheeky little poem I put up this morning (I RARELY dabble in poetry, but this one wrote itself).
(Top link is to patreon. Title links are to where you can read them on my website 💋tis free.)
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dxntwantheaven · 3 hours ago
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you don't have to be like everybody else, you don't have to fit into the norm, you are not here to conform
revamped feb 2021. features original muses; fantasy, supernatural, and shameless verses; muses from greek mythology, disney, the raven cycle, harry potter, and the society.
↻ to share the love, ♡ to plot, + for a friend!
i am here to take a look inside myself, recognize that i could be the eye, the eye of the storm
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dailydccomics · 5 hours ago
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dress or not she will fuck anybody up! don’t test her!
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odhq · 5 hours ago
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i’m on the dashboard again to let everyone know we only need 1 more app until we open ! how exciting ! i can’t wait to start writing with you all, while we wait for that last app, why not work on your character intro? and to those looking to join us, now is the perfect time to do so !
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odhq · 5 hours ago
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the gods have grown desperate and weak. belief is dwindling now more than ever and the gods confined to these cursed lands feel themselves starting to wane. all think of death but none contemplate it seriously until one of their own is finally taken.
tyche is gone. zeus is panicked. he looks for an answer everywhere, even in his often ignored demigod children. and there he finds something, something that could prove to be the solution to his problem. he will not die, he and his brethren have trudged the earth for too long to disappear now.
the gods whisper of zeus’ newfound solution; all the while, their demigod children continue their lives in the city of kalos, unaware of the battle coming their way.
𝐨𝐝𝐲𝐬𝐬𝐞𝐲 is a discord greek mythos roleplay focused on the demigods. the gods have become desperate for power to revitalize them, looking for answers everywhere. the demigods of kalos city, their closest children, are unaware that they’ve found one. one that doesn’t work in their favor. 
the story of odyssey will be played out through highly involved chapters and plot drops where your characters will help decide where the story goes. click on our icon to visit us !
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peanuts-envy · 5 hours ago
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Tales of the Greeks and Trojans (1965)
Written by Roger Lancelyn Green & illustrated by Janet and Anne Johnstone
(9/9)
YES Odysseus reclining in a pile of treasure on PAGE 69 deserves a standalone post
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peanuts-envy · 5 hours ago
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Tales of the Greeks and Trojans (1965)
Written by Roger Lancelyn Green & illustrated by Janet and Anne Johnstone
(8/9)
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peanuts-envy · 5 hours ago
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Tales of the Greeks and Trojans (1965)
Written by Roger Lancelyn Green & illustrated by Janet and Anne Johnstone
(6/9)
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whump-mania · 5 hours ago
Um, I don't know if you're still taking asks, but could you do something related to Greek Mythology? Non-con, maybe sleep deprivation?
(tw noncon elements, objectification/slavery, religion)
i think the idea of a greek god/goddess holding a human as their plaything is very interesting.
the human is powerless to their deity, and must obey their every command. they must dote on them, be their eternal slave and never disobey.
gods don’t sleep, and neither do their needs. but the human is mortal, and needs sleep to survive. the god doesn’t care: they need to be waited upon at every moment. so the human is severely punished when they try to sleep.
anything the deity wants, the human must give. they must give their mind, their soul, their heart…and sometimes, when the deity feels especially evil, their body.
those are the chores the human hates the worst.
the human is forced to live this life of misery and pain, all for their god.
because to them, their god is the only reason to live.
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peanuts-envy · 5 hours ago
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Tales of the Greeks and Trojans (1965)
Written by Roger Lancelyn Green & illustrated by Janet and Anne Johnstone
(5/9)
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peanuts-envy · 5 hours ago
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Tales of the Greeks and Trojans (1965)
Written by Roger Lancelyn Green & illustrated by Janet and Anne Johnstone
(4/9)
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