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  • The Fates
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  • Can be purchased with Victory Tokens on the Marketplace for * File:Victory icon.gif400
  • The Fates is the first VVIP character set featured in CrossFire. They are composed of three female characters (known as Judge, Magistrate & Order). One for Global Risk, one for Black List and the other one is specifically meant for Mutation and Zombie Mode.
  • The Fates are three faerie sisters, who control the destiny of every women and men. They're aunts of Titania, Malicia, the Weaver of Dreams. They are also known as the Three Fates.
  • The Fates, the Moirai, were the goddesses of fate in Greek myth. They wore white robes and controlled the destinies of all mortals. They are sometimes considered to be siblings of Thanatos, and like Thanatos were inflexible. In the Mythos, Boris Yvain famously realised them in sculpture.
  • The Fates are female deities who supervise fate but do not determine it. There are Fates all across the world's Pantheons. Each has their place and works together to supervise the fate of each and every mortal.
  • The Fates are three Greek goddesses that control the lives of all mortals.
  • Not a lot is known about the Fates. They are three sisters, but only one appears at a time. One sister is a beautiful little girl, the other is a plain middle-aged woman, and the third is an old woman. Eve Levine made an deal with them to get Lucas Cortez and Paige Winterbourne out of the afterlife. The fates collect on this promise in Haunted. They enforce the afterlife rules such as necromancers aren't allow to contact their dead relatives.
  • The Three Fates or the Moirae are responsible for determining the course of all mortal's life under Zeus order. They are daughters of Zeus and Themis, goddess of justice, younger sisters to Athena and older sisters to Persephone, Artemis, Apollo, Aphrodite, Ares, Discord and Hephaestus. In appearance, they are three women in various stages of life. Clotho or "the Maiden" the youngest sister spins a person's life thread, Lachesis or "the Matron" the middle sister measures the thread and finally, Atropos or "the Crone" the eldest one cuts the thread, thus ending the person's life.
  • The Moirae are the three sisters who decide human fate. They are the daughters of Themis, the Greek goddess of justice, and Archon, the head god of the Atlantean pantheon, and the half sisters of Apostolos. Lachesis sings of the things that were, Clotho those that are, and Atropos the things that are to be. Of the three, Atropos is the smallest in stature, but the most terrible and feared. The oldest sister, Atropos (Atty) is the most feared and the meanest. She’s the one who determines when someone dies... even the gods. Clotho (Cloie) is the spinner of our lives. She’s the one who decides how they unfold as they unfold. Lachesis (Lacy) then measures the life. She will hold the thread of life out to Atty, who then snips it when she’s ready for it to end.
Appeared
Attack
  • 72
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Giftable
  • Non-Giftable
Buy
  • 400
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Defense
  • 50
Full Name
  • The Moirae
Residence
  • Olympus
Date
  • 2011-01-26
Name
  • The Fates
Type
  • Henchmen
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Designation
  • Greek and Atlantean Fates
Alternate Name
  • The Fates
Image size
  • 225
Best Friend
  • Themis
Powers
  • Omniscience
  • Life and death
Character
  • The Fates
Quality
  • Superior
Epithet(s)
  • Apportioners
Occupation
  • Greek Goddesses, Controlling Lives
Family
Subtype
  • Person
Gender
  • Female
Source
Main Series
Worst Enemy
Quote(s)
  • Read your horoscope all you want. In the end it's up to us.
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  • The Moirae are the three sisters who decide human fate. They are the daughters of Themis, the Greek goddess of justice, and Archon, the head god of the Atlantean pantheon, and the half sisters of Apostolos. Lachesis sings of the things that were, Clotho those that are, and Atropos the things that are to be. Of the three, Atropos is the smallest in stature, but the most terrible and feared. The oldest sister, Atropos (Atty) is the most feared and the meanest. She’s the one who determines when someone dies... even the gods. Clotho (Cloie) is the spinner of our lives. She’s the one who decides how they unfold as they unfold. Lachesis (Lacy) then measures the life. She will hold the thread of life out to Atty, who then snips it when she’s ready for it to end. There is a hot debate on who is more powerful, the Fates or Zeus. It’s been argued that he tells them when to end a life and they merely serve his whims. But they created the Final Fate, who is indeed the most powerful of the group. Out of jealousy that their unborn brother Apostolos would be more loved by Archon, the Fates accidentally cursed him when they were young, scared girls. They are the reasons why his life sucked for thousands of years until he met the love of his life Soteria Kafieri.
  • Can be purchased with Victory Tokens on the Marketplace for * File:Victory icon.gif400
  • The Fates is the first VVIP character set featured in CrossFire. They are composed of three female characters (known as Judge, Magistrate & Order). One for Global Risk, one for Black List and the other one is specifically meant for Mutation and Zombie Mode.
  • Not a lot is known about the Fates. They are three sisters, but only one appears at a time. One sister is a beautiful little girl, the other is a plain middle-aged woman, and the third is an old woman. Eve Levine made an deal with them to get Lucas Cortez and Paige Winterbourne out of the afterlife. The fates collect on this promise in Haunted. They enforce the afterlife rules such as necromancers aren't allow to contact their dead relatives. The Fates may be originated from a old greek legend of the three Moirae, telling of three sisters who, wove the thread of a person's life, chose how long they lived and cut the thread of life, ending the person's life.
  • The Three Fates or the Moirae are responsible for determining the course of all mortal's life under Zeus order. They are daughters of Zeus and Themis, goddess of justice, younger sisters to Athena and older sisters to Persephone, Artemis, Apollo, Aphrodite, Ares, Discord and Hephaestus. In appearance, they are three women in various stages of life. Clotho or "the Maiden" the youngest sister spins a person's life thread, Lachesis or "the Matron" the middle sister measures the thread and finally, Atropos or "the Crone" the eldest one cuts the thread, thus ending the person's life. As a general rule, the Fates work with the other deities to determine the proper times for a person's death and it seems that any Olympian of sufficient rank can order or delay the death of a mortal (such as when Ares ordered the Fates to cut Xena's thread if she interfered with Hope). Zeus's authority is the one the Fates hold in highest regard and Atropos will not cut the thread of someone under his protection. The Fates' connection to or relationship with Celesta is unclear, but it is possible that the rightful time for Celesta to collect a soul is when Atropos cuts it. In spite of their membership in the Olympian pantheon and their respect for the authority of Zeus, the Fates are aware of events and destinies beyond the pantheon. Most notably, they were aware that the Twilight of the Gods was at hand and informed Zeus and Hera that there was nothing that could be done to prevent it. Later on, they gave Xena a cryptic clue as to how to kick-start Twilight and unsurprisingly, they did not assist the Olympians when the final battle began. The fate of the Three Fates is unclear- after Gabrielle destroyed their loom to return history to normal, it is possible that they and their control over destiny ceased to exist, though since they survived Twilight in the first place, it is possible that they survived, content with their threads.
  • The Fates are three faerie sisters, who control the destiny of every women and men. They're aunts of Titania, Malicia, the Weaver of Dreams. They are also known as the Three Fates.
  • The Fates, the Moirai, were the goddesses of fate in Greek myth. They wore white robes and controlled the destinies of all mortals. They are sometimes considered to be siblings of Thanatos, and like Thanatos were inflexible. In the Mythos, Boris Yvain famously realised them in sculpture.
  • The Fates are female deities who supervise fate but do not determine it. There are Fates all across the world's Pantheons. Each has their place and works together to supervise the fate of each and every mortal.
  • The Fates are three Greek goddesses that control the lives of all mortals.
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