The Moirai
Group of Characters
Biographical Information
Status: Existing
Origin: Earth
Home: Mount Olympus
Leader: Zeus[1]
Physical Description
Species: Deities
Good Monsters
Gender: Female
Show Information
Appears in: "700 BCE"
Next appearance: "Strange Case"
The Hesperides were made by Hera to protect her domain.

The Moirai, also known as the Fates[2] are a group of characters in Hesiod and Homer's Greek Mythology. They make their début in around 700 BCE and will appear in the novel, "Strange Case".


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The Moirai are the white-robed incarnations of destiny; their Roman equivalent was the Parcae. Their number became fixed at three: Clotho (spinner), Lachesis (allotter) and Atropos (unturnable).

Known MoiraiEdit


On-Screen NotesEdit

  1. A supposed epithet Zeus Moiragetes, meaning "Zeus Leader of the Moirai" was inferred by Pausanias from an inscription.
  2. Their English counterparts are the Fates. However, they are referred to as the fates in many works specifically targeting Greek Mythology.
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