Aphrodite: goddess of love and beauty.
Apollo: Son of Zeus and Leto, and twin brother of Artemis. He is one of the most important and versatile gods of both Greek and Roman pantheons. The god of the sun and light, he is also known as a healing god who can also bring illness and death by plague. As the god of truth, his powers include seeing into the future. The Oracle of Delphi is the vehicle by which he conveys his prophecies. He holds several more titles, including the god of music and poetry, which makes him the leader of the Muses. His son, Asclepius, runs Apollo’s businesses out of New Olympus.
Arachne: originally, an extremely proud human who believed she was better at weaving than Athena. After losing a contest with the goddess, she was turned into a spider.
Arachne Garment: woven by the daughters of Arachne, this piece of clothing can morph into diverse costumes upon entering any of the fantasy rooms located at the Amber Primrose.
Ares: son of Zeus and Hera, he is the god of chaotic warfare. His equivalent in Roman mythology is Mars.
Athena: goddess of wisdom, strategic warfare, and domestic crafts.
Centaur: a hybrid. It has the torso and facial features of a human, but the body of a horse. It is both mortal and infertile.
Cyclops: originally, it was the offspring of Poseidon and a sea nymph. Medium to extra-large in stature, Cyclopes are known for having a single eye in the middle of their foreheads. Even though they are omnivores, they prefer to eat meat to appease their massive appetites. Their favorite foods are lamb, humans, and demigods, which they like to eat raw.
Daemons: Nature spirits whose innate nature depends upon the individual. Capable of traveling between dimensions, lower-level daemons serve as guardian spirits, or can be their master’s worst nightmares. While the medium-level daemons are associated with serving and helping the gods, the higher-level daemons are called the Oneiroi.
Demeter: goddess of the harvest.
Dryad: humanoid in appearance, it is classified as a type of tree nymph. Its life force is tied to a particular tree or bush. Shy by nature, it tends to avoid strangers.
Eros: god of sexual desire and attraction.
Gorgon: humanoid in appearance, its hair is made up of venomous snakes and its skin is just as scaly. Its eyes can turn a person into stone.
Griffin: a hybrid, it has the body, hind legs, and tail of a lion, with the head and wings of an eagle. It is both mortal and infertile.
Heracles: Demigod son of Zeus who eventually earned a place amongst the gods. He is also known by his Roman name, Hercules.
Harpy: Wind spirits who shape shift into a human-bird hybrid. They have the bodies of birds and the faces of humans. Often depicted as a female monster, their faces can be very beautiful. They swoop down and snatch their victims; and are often employed by the Furies to seize the murderers who killed members of their own family, and make them stand judgment. When they are not working for the Furies, they often work as mercenaries.
Iris: goddess of the rainbow. She is also a messenger goddess.
Minotaur: a hybrid, it has a humanoid body with the head of a bull.
New Olympus: Located in Erda, this kingdom is an extension of the perpendicular dimension of Olympus. It is populated mainly by humans, demigods, witches, wizards, and many different types of mythos species.
Nymph: classified as a type of nature spirit, it tends to be linked to a certain location or land form. Closely related to the Greek gods, nymphs are sometimes referred to as their half-breed children or consorts.
Oneiroi: High-level daemons that can be identified by their black wings. They are the children of the primordial Greek goddess, Nyx, and Erebus. Some of their siblings are Hypnos, the god of sleep, Thanatos, the god of death, and Garas, the god of old age. Most of the Oneiroi are associated with their roles under their brother, Hypnos, and his domain in the dimension of sleep. The most famous Oneiroi are Morpheus, the god of dreams, and Phobetor, the god of nightmares.
Sandmen: Name given to the demigod or demi-daemon children of Hypnos and the Oneiroi. They serve their sires by helping mortals fall asleep. The more powerful sandmen can assist in casting mortals into the Realm of Dreams or the Realm of Nightmares. At the end of the night, they release their charges by allowing them to return to their bodies in order to wake up and start a new day.