(luck) Child of Okeanos, and Goddess of luck and chance. The ancient Hellenes viewed Her with a certain uneasiness, rightly seeing Her as
distributing Her Attribute senselessly and without rhyme or reason. They said that she was closely followed by Nemesis, who would put some of her
Effects to order by scourging those who boasted of their good fortune or who did not share with others their wealth. Nevertheless, her cult was
widespread and quite persistent.
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