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Nymphs's Police Reports
Orpheus and Eurydice vs. a Snake
Case Description: Complainants (Orpheus and Eurydice) accuse Defendant (a snake) of first-degree murder. It seems that the dryad Eurydice, wife of Orpheus, was innocently frolicking in a flowery me...
Io vs. Hera
Case Description: Complainant (Io) accuses Defendant (Hera) of harassment. When Hera caught Zeus playing hanky panky with the naiad, Io, Zeus transformed the nymph into a white cow to hide her. Her...
The Hesperides vs. Heracles
Case Description: Complainant (the Hesperides) accuse Defendant (Heracles) of larceny and murder. As one of his twelve labors, Heracles stole the golden apples guarded by Hesperides and slew Drakon...
Heracles vs. Some Naiads
Case Description: Complainant (Heracles) accuses Defendants (Some Naiads) of kidnapping and murder. While on the Quest for the Golden Fleece with Jason and the Argonauts, Heracles' boy-lover,...
Artemis vs. Zeus
Case Description: Complainant (Artemis) accuses Defendant (Zeus) of fraud and sexual assault. Zeus seduced Callisto, Artemis's virgin nymph companion, by taking the form of Artemis herself. Case St...
Daphne vs. Apollo
Case Description: Complainant (Daphne) accuses Defendant (Apollo) of harassment. Thanks to Eros' arrow, Apollo fell madly in love with the naiad, Daphne. The god chased her all around the place, un...
Syrinx vs. Pan
Case Description: Complainant (Syrinx) accuses Defendant (Pan) of harassment. Pan got all hot and bothered about Syrinx, one of Artemis' virgin nymph followers. He chased her all around the woods u...
Penelope vs. Calypso
Case Description: Complainant (Penelope) accuses Defendant (Calypso) of kidnapping. Penelope was enraged when she learned that the sexy nymph Calypso had kept Odysseus hostage on her island for sev...
Scylla vs. Circe
Case Description: Complainant (Scylla) accuses Defendant (Circe) of unlawful transformation. When the fisherman-turned-sea god, Glaucus, fell in love with the unwilling nereid Scylla, Glaucus came...
Hera vs. Ixion
Case Description: Complainant (Hera) accuses Defendant (Ixion) of attempted sexual assault. Case Status: Case closed. To test Hera's claim, Zeus formed a cloud nymph named Nephele and shaped her to...
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