Eris is the Greek Goddess of Spite (in Gr. ÎÏÎ¹Ï ). She is the elder daughter of dark Night, Nyx (in Gr. ÎÏÏÏÎ±). Her brother is Ares, God of War. She… is one of the most hated Goddesses by the Olympian deities. The Trojan War was her doing. Eris was not invited to the wedding of Thetis to Peleus, a mortal. Full of anger and spite, Eris tossed a golden apple into the party. The apple was inscribed; it said: "To the Fairest." This led to a lot of confusion as the guests tried to give the object to the desired owner. They narrowed it down to three Goddesses: Athene, Hera, and Aphrodite. Each Goddess believed that the apple was meant for herself. Wanting nothing to do with it, Zeus put Paris (a mortal and prince of Troy) in charge of deciding which Goddess was the true owner of the apple. Each of the three deities promised Paris everything in their power, but finally he made his choice. He'd decided that the apple was meant to be owned by Aphrodite. And, as promised, she picked out the loveliest woman on Earth and made her fall in love with Paris. That woman was Helen, and that was the start of the Trojan War and Eris' part in it. She appears in modern-day animation: .
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