|Goddess of Revenge|
|Goddess of Retribution|
|Goddess of Balance|
|Eye Color||Any color|
Nemesis (Νέμεσις in Ancient Greek) is the Greek goddess of balance, justice, retribution, and vengeance. Her Roman counterpart is Invidia, though she prefers to be called Nemesis in her Roman form as revenge is universal.
Nemesis is the daughter of the Titans, Oceanus and Tethys. She appears chiefly as the avenger of crime and the punisher of hubris being mainly the goddess of revenge and justice. The rest comes from that.
Nemesis has short, curly black hair. She wears a dark red jacket, black jeans, and black boots. Much like Aphrodite however, Nemesis looks different depending on who is looking at her. She always appears as someone that the looker wants revenge on. Even if people see the person they most want revenge on, Nemesis' clothes don't change and Nemesis herself seems to not know who others see her as.
Nemesis is seen as a cold and even cruel goddess whose ruthlessness is not exempt from even her own children as shown when she took her son's eye as part of their pact. However, Nemesis does have a strong sense of honor as exemplified when she swore to her son that he would gain recognition from this same agreement. Overall, she seems to be both fair and intense.
Nemesis can change her appearance into her Roman aspect as Invidia. As Invidia she becomes more disciplined, warlike and militaristic
- She would possess the standard powers of a goddess