Campaign of the Month: May 2014
Ladies in Hades and the Dyval Wears Prada
Clytemnestra was the daughter of Tyndareus and Leda, the King and Queen of Sparta. According to the myth, Zeus appeared to Leda in the form of a swan, seducing and impregnating her. Leda produced four offspring from two eggs: Castor and Clytemnestra from one egg, and Helen and Polydeuces from the other. Therefore, Castor and Clytemnestra were fathered by Tyndareus, whereas Helen and Polydeuces were fathered by Zeus.
wife of james: fought in new sea arena for chance to rule the city and the remaining godling. is a very stuck up person though she does seem to care for james.