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Iris (Ἶρις); Iris is the Greek goddess of the rainbow. She is the gods’ link to humanity as she is also their messenger. She can travel with the speed of the wind from one end of the world to the other. Her father, Thaumas, was a marine god and her mother, Elektra, was a cloud nymph. She is usually described as a virgin goddess. Iris’ name contains a double meaning, being both connected with iris, “the rainbow”, and eiris, “messenger”.

Iris is the Greek goddess of the rainbow. She is the gods’ link to humanity as she is also their messenger.

Hyperion: greek, "he who goes above"

sodiumprince: “ “ Of Titans and Titanesses: the first generation ↳ Hyperion, titan god of light ” ”

Icelus-The god of Nightmares. Fascinating story concept.......

In Greek mythology, Phobetor ("frightening"), Ikelos, Icelos or Icelus was one of the Oneiroi, the personifications of dreaming.

I use this plot formula for everything I write. - Novel Writing Spreadsheet

Writing Spreadsheet - plot structure with sample scenes and word counts. This formula is based partly on Dan Wells's 'Story Structure'. It's outlined in non-chronological order, and makes it very easy to see how multiple main characters and subplot