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7Opposites Attract » Nyx had a daughter once. Eris. Aphrodite had another daughter. Harmonia. Eris and Harmonia grew up to be opposites, but from the beginning there might have been something there... until the wedding. But up until then, the old saying really did come into play. Opposites attract. (Rated K for minor cursing IN THE AUTHOR'S NOTE)
Greek Mythology, K+, English, chapters: 8, words: 8k+, favs: 6, follows: 6, updated: 11/30/2021 published: 5/10/2021, Eris, Aphrodite, OC, Nyx
Kingdom's Strife We know how it began: a girl sacrificed by her own father, then spared by Artemis. But where did she go? What happened to her? Would we really never see her again? This is the story of why Iphigenia was never seen again, and why Discordia never played a big part in the Roman myths. Because why wouldn't the goddess of chaos wreck Rome? Simple: she can't if she's not there…
Greek Mythology & Norse Mythology, T, English, Angst & Tragedy, words: 1k+, favs: 2, follows: 1, 9/3/2021, Eris
The Soulmate Situation » ("I'm not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you're not in this world to live up to mine." —Bruce Lee) See, the issue is that Helle Potter doesn't quite get that. And in a world where you can partially pick your own soulmate… well there was always going to be trouble. Oh, and there's another few secrets that she has. It's getting old. fem!Harry, CM doesn't own HP.
Harry Potter, T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Friendship, chapters: 2, words: 647, favs: 3, follows: 3, updated: 9/3/2021 published: 8/27/2021, Harry P., Ron W., Hermione G.
Clarity Another lover of Apollo went home heartbroken. Well, she didn't really go home, did she? Not a canon lover, I just felt like writing something like this. Oh yeah, she's immortal, so you can guess what happened to her yourself. Greek Mythology isn't mine, but we all know it's free real estate!
Greek Mythology, K+, English, Romance & Tragedy, words: 812, favs: 2, follows: 1, 6/3/2021, Apollo, OC
When It Doesn't Work Out » Perfect pairings? Eris hasn't heard of such a thing! Especially after her one true love cheated. Love is a waste of time. Artemis is inclined to agree. But is it really? There's one way to find out: the hard one. (Starts out girl/girl, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!) [Harmonia is the "OC" but she isn't actually mine]
Greek Mythology, K+, English, Drama & Friendship, chapters: 2, words: 1k+, updated: 5/28/2021 published: 5/21/2021, Eris, OC
3 Fools Eris, the Greek goddess of strife and discord: most commonly known for starting the Trojan war. Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty: shallow but pretty, one of the three goddesses who fought for the golden apple. Artemis, the Greek goddess of the moon and hunt: she wasn't known for having a great part in the Trojan war, stepping back from the drama. Greek Myths only.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians, K, English, Drama & Friendship, words: 665, favs: 6, follows: 2, updated: 5/10/2021 published: 3/24/2021, Aphrodite, Artemis, Eris
1 Strange Conversations between Ravenclaws and a Slytherin Luna Lovegood, Phoenix Rhodes, Luna-Claire Potter, and Cho Chang. Discussing an icicle as a murder weapon. Need I say more?
Harry Potter, K+, English, Humor & Friendship, words: 271, 4/5/2021, Cho C., Luna L., OC
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