Greek Mythology Series: Children to Nyx and Erebus (Revision)
Greek Goddess (Daimona) of Misery, Woe, Distress, Suffering & Suicide
Oizys is the twin to Momus (Mockery) and daughter to Nyx & [possibly] Erebus. She is seen drowning her own suffering, and most know she does not like who she is. She lives near the Acheron River (River of Pain), some believe it was named after her because she causes the spirits of that river to be restless with her presence. Oizys name translates to pain, she goes by a few different names. In Latin she is known as Miseria or Tristitia. Aesthetically she appears as a winged woman with curly hair and white eyes. She also has a mouth full of fangs and long nails, like her sisters The Keres. Momus and Oizys were banned from Mount Olympus when her twin was criticizing the Gods. Zeus kicked them off and caused them to land into the Underworld. She is linked with her siblings Moros (Doom), Lyssa (Madness) The Keres (Violent Deaths) & Achlys (Death Mist).