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GodBlogs: Atê

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General Overview: Atë is very naive and thinks that people are easily-tempted by her silly tricks. Atë has great pride in herself, however she often appears gullible and easily distracted.

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Immortality – Technically immortal. Immune to the effects of aging, cannot die by any conventional means, and is immune to all known mortal diseases and infections.

Babble-speak – Can communicate in all languages and dialects. 

Overshadowing – Take complete control over the body of any living being, whether sentient or not, by stealing their motor functions and senses. While in control of the body, the underlying psyche of the vessel may affect overall personality and behavior. If the vessel dies, the goddess returns to their own body unharmed.

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= Historical Synopsis =

Atë is the goddess of misfortune and evil. She is a spirit and is another daughter of Eris. She tempts mortal humans to evil, and trapped Zeus once in her tricks. Zeus realized what was coming so he literally threw her out of Mount Olympus.

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= Introduction =

All these grand Gods and Goddesses try to make you all forget about me. Zeus even tried to banish me! Let’s just say I used my gifts to get back on the mountain.

My name is Atê (pronounced AH-TEE) the goddess of mischief, delusion, folly, and ruin.

My mom was Eris and my dad … well, we’ll be on Maury in the future for that. Needless to say, the other Olympians call on me when they need a favor (some more pleasurable than others) and others like to blame me when their plans go to shit.

It’s not my fault that they trusted me. They all know that I’m a troublemaker! And after all, should they really trust me?

Zeus follows me around with a washcloth of prayers to clean the messes of himself and man, but he’s just not working fast enough. Slow and steady isn’t exactly how you win this race, Zeusy. Sometimes you have to work a little harder than that, but rumor has it that Zeus hasn’t been performing hard work as well as he used to. The ladies get it … am I right?

I have some tricks up my sleeves for these bitches and I’ll use whatever means I have to in order to become Queen of this mountain. While they remain busy banging and fighting and banging again, I’ll be that little devil on their shoulder. At first, it will be all fun and games. Temptation will get the better of them. And once their panties are in a wet and/or tight bunch, I’ll give them just a little push over to the dark side.

When I’m not messing up the mountain, I enjoy leisurely strolls through the garden, walking the seashore, and of course making men fall to their knees and worship at my feet. If I’m feeling nice, I may even worship them for a minute or two if you catch my drift. Let’s be honest though, I’m always on top in the end 😉

Join me, won’t you? I promise you a good time and if you don’t follow … well, let’s just say that will be your downfall <bites lip with a smirk>

Editor Note: Introduction to All in the Pantheon written by Molly Kirchner (04/28/2019)

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