Ananke-spoiler "Once again, we return."

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The Moirai are Greek Goddesses of fate and destiny, and are gods of the Recurrence. They are known to have appeared during the 450s Recurrence.


The Moirai died sometime before Lucifer’s takeover of Rome. Ananke claimed their fate was predestined; Lucifer disagreed and held Ananke responsible.


In Greek mythology, the Moirai, also known as the Fates, are three sisters who are the representations of destiny. They control the thread of life. Clotho spins the thread, Lachesis measures, and Atropos cuts it when it is time for a person to die. In some myths, they are the daughters of Ananke.

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