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Eos (Aurora)

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    Eos is the gorgeous goddess of dawn who wakes up every morning to spread the mists of night with her rosy fingers. It also happens that she can't keep those rosy fingers off nearly every young man she comes across. Thanks to a curse from Aphrodite, Eos is all about the fellas—all the time. She doesn't even care if they're into her. If she sees a boy she wants, she swoops down on her white wings and takes them away to be her love-slave on the beaches of Oceanus. (Hmm... there are worse fates, we suppose.)

    Basic Information




    Aurora, Hemera (sometimes), Rosy Fingered, the Boynapper



    Current city


    Work & Education


    Goddess of the Dawn


    The Uranus School of Sky-Riding


    Political views

    Pro-Zeus, Trojan sympathizer

    Family & Friends (& Enemies)


    Hyperion (Dad)
    Theia (Mom)




    Boreas (North Wind)
    Zephyrus (West Wind)
    Notos (South Wind)
    Eurus (East Wind)
    Eosphoros (Morning Star)
    Hesperos (Evening Star)


    The Hesperides


    Aphrodite (she cursed me to always be falling in love with hot young men)


    Relationship status

    Flings with:
    And a ton more whose names I don't remember... ;)

    Interested in

    Titans and Titanesses
    Free Love Association
    Fans of Justin Bieber
    One Direction Lovers 


    TV Shows

    Planet Earth
    The Weather Channel


    "A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world." 
    – Oscar Wilde

    "The sun'll come out
    Bet your bottom dollar 
    That tomorrow 
    There'll be sun!" 
    – Little Orphan Annie

    "Night's darkness is the bag that bursts with the gold of the dawn." 
    – Rabindranath Tagore

    "Rise up this mornin',
    Smiled with the risin' sun,
    Three little birds
    Pitch by my doorstep
    Singin' sweet songs
    Of melodies pure and true,
    Sayin', ('This is my message to you-ou-ou:')
    Singin': 'Don't worry 'bout a thing,
    'Cause every little thing gonna be all right.'"
    – Bob Marley

    "It's always darkest before the dawn."
    – Proverb


    Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
    "Sunday Morning" by Wallace Stevens
    Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
    Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy (No judgments here, Anna.)
    The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger (Come with me, Holden. I'll show you I'm no phony.)
    Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez
    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    "Sonnet 2" by William Shakespeare (This one makes me sad—reminds of when I had to watch Tithonus grow old.)
    "Morning Song" by Sylvia Plath
    Everything Nora Roberts has written (I just can't help myself.)


    Tomorrow from Annie
    Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen (Carly, seriously, you don't ask them to call you. You just kidnap them and convince them later.)
    Three Little Birds by Bob Marley
    Wide Awake by Katy Perry
    Boyfriend by Justin Bieber (I can take you places, Justin... places you've never been.)
    Mrs. Robinson by Simon and Garfunkel
    What Makes You Beautiful by One Direction (It's like they're singing to me.)
    Morning Song by Jewel


    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 (I'd be a vampire for Robert Pattinson.)
    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2
    The Graduate (How could Mrs. Robinson resist? Dustin Hoffman was scrumptious when he was young.)
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Anna Karenina
    The Great Gatsby
    Snow White and the Huntsman (It's official: I'm on the hunt for Chris Hemsworth.)
    The Reader

    Activities & Interests


    Boy bands
    Boys in general


    Masculinity studies

  • Spotter's Guide

    You'll have to wake up pretty early if you want to spot Eos, the goddess of the dawn. She gets up before everyone else to scatter the mists of night with her rosy fingers, making way for the sun chariot to rise out of the ocean. If you squint into the colors of the dawn sky you might just be able to see her. She'll be soaring through the air on beautiful white wings, her shining saffron-colored robes shimmering around her. One word of advice: if you happen to be a handsome young man, you might want to duck and hide when you see her swooping toward you. She has a habit of snatching young men and making them her personal playthings. As fun as that might sound, it doesn't always end well. Trust us.

    Sex: Female
    Age: Early twenties
    Build: Slim
    Complexion: Pale
    Hair Color: Blonde
    Facial Hair: Nope
    Scars/marks/tattoos: Rosy fingers
    Jewelry and accessories: White wings, shining chariot (sometimes)
    Clothing: Bright, saffron-colored robes
    Armor: None
    Type of Weapon: Sex appeal (oh yeah)

    Typical Companions:

    Sexy young men

    Known Hangouts:

    The sky

  • Sightings

    Jan 1, 1970 - Jan 1, 1970

    The Iliad by Homer

    Eos frets over her son, Memnon, while spreading the dawn in Homer's epic account of the Trojan War.

    Jan 1, 1970 - Jan 1, 1970

    The Odyssey by Homer

    Athena asks Eos to delay the dawn so that Odysseus can get some extra sleep in this epic poem. (Wow, we wish Athena would do that for us once in a while.)

    Dec 20, 2019 - Dec 20, 2019

    The Fall of Troy by Quintus Smyrnaeus

    In this epic that picks up where the Iliad left off, Achilles skewers Eos' son, Memnon, and his mom has him made immortal. (Guess it really pays to have a goddess for a mom.)

    Dec 20, 2019 - Dec 20, 2019

    The Metamorphoses by Ovid

    Lusty Eos wreaks havoc on the life of a sexy young hunter named Cephalus and his wife Procris in this epic collection of poems.

    Dec 20, 2019

    God of War: Chains of Olympus

    In this bloody video game, Eos begs the brutal Kratos to help find her brother, Helios. (Source)