"Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom, justice, and the arts, is perhaps the most powerful and recognized woman from the Pantheon of the Gods. The favorite child of Jupiter, she sprung fully grown from her father’s head, already wearing her mother’s robe and helmet. In an age where women were expected to be both demure and docile, Minerva’s fiery nature and interest in intellect defied convention, making her a truly powerful figure in mythology for women. A goddess who also bestowed abundancy and blessings, the famous city of Athens was named after her and planted many sacred olive groves in her honor."
MAAAAAGIC MIIIISSSLLEEE! ~ Jundus Scottus
"Sticks and stones will only break our bones, but words can pierce our souls."