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How to describe each Specter (updated)
  • Wyvern Rhadamanthys :The Monomaniac monobro Lord
  • Griffon Minos :The Crazy Pervert of Hell
  • Garuda Aiakos :The Pretentious guy that got kicked in the Ass by Ikki
  • Harpy Valentine :Worshipper of the Mono Lord
  • Balrog Rune :the Noise-Sensitive Bitch with a Whip Kink
  • Papillon Myu :Aries Mu's secret Fangirl
  • Sphinx Pharaon :Musical Dog-Walker
  • Basilic Sylphide :Suicidal Dumbass
  • Mandragora Queen :The Queen from Alice in Wonderland
  • Minotaur Gordon :(insert Gordon Ramsay's joke here)
  • Acheron Charon :The Castafiore Gondolier
  • Lycaon Phylegias :The Drama queen that got beaten up by Kanon
  • Troll Stand :The one that got trolled badly by Hyoga
  • Cyclop Gigant :The Completly Useless Guy
  • Deep Niobe :The guy that both killed the Cow and got killed by the Cow
  • Frog Zelos :the Ugly as fuck Pandora's Dog
  • Worm Raimi :The guy that must have a lot of main roles in Saint Seiya's Hentais and Yaois
Hellenic Devotions for Memorial Day

In the United States, Memorial Day is a federal holiday serving as remembrance for the American war dead. As such, devotions to Ares and his retinue are appropriate, as well as offerings made to the Gods of the dead.

Devotional activities include visitations to local graveyards and cemeteries, volunteering your time at a veteran’s hospital, and making a donation to charities like The Wounded Warrior Project.

Gods of War include: Ares, Athena, Enyo, Nike, Zeus, and Apollon

Gods of the Dead include: Haides, Persephone, Thanatos, and Hermes Kthonios

Prayers may be said to Haides or to the three judges of the Underworld–Rhadamanthys, Minos, and Aiakos, to judge fallen heroes that come before them justly so that they may achieve Elysium in the afterlife.

Altars built and offerings made to fallen soldiers are especially appropriate on this day.

Memorial Day often marks the beginning of the summer season in the United States, so offerings to theoi of summer are also appropriate, however these devotions will be covered in the Summer Solstice post.