Lore[edit | edit source]
When something disturbs the flow of the waters, it is a sign that an evil presence lurks nearby. Menthe does not simply stand on the sidelines while the water spirits do all the dirty work. This valiant goddess takes her weapon in hand and battles alongside her comrades.
Acquisition[edit | edit source]
Name Origin[edit | edit source]
In Greek mythology, Minthe (also Menthe, Mintha or Mentha; Greek: Μίνθη or Μένθη) was a naiad associated with the river Cocytus. She was dazzled by Hades' golden chariot and was about to be seduced by him had not Queen Persephone intervened and metamorphosed Minthe into the pungently sweet-smelling mint, which some call hedyosmus.
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Additional Info[edit | edit source]
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