Fortune is the Olympian goddess of luck and prosperity. Although of questionable common sense, she was one of the Olympians took her duties seriously and expected her followers to perform good works. When Lexus did not use his wealth to help others, Fortune revoked his streak of good luck and left it to chance (decided with a coin toss) what happened next. This set off a chain of events that led to the death of Okaleia. Feeling guilty, Fortune asked Hercules for advice, but he told her to leave things alone. Still guilty, when Fortune learned that Iolaus blamed himself for being unable to save Okaleia's life, Fortune granted him the request of memory loss so that he wouldn't be plagued by the event. Later, at Hercules's request, she restored Iolaus' memories. 

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

As goddess of luck Fortune special power is manipulate the luck, she can make an unlikely event either positive or negative to happen, used his coin, the result is by chance.

In literature, she might be given various genealogies, best known, daughter of Oceanus and Thetys or less known daughter, of Hermes and Aphrodite, or  Zeus, but not specified.

Fortuna, from which the English word fortune derives, is the Roman name of Tyche, the Greek goddess of fortune and prosperity. Portrayed By = Lori Dungey 



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