The history books are rich with the exploits of the gods and goddesses, but none were more influential than the muses who were the embodiments of science, literature, and arts. Their primary desire was to give inspiration, knowledge, artistry, and music to the Pantheon World.
These muses lived on Mount Olympus building their homes on the Muses’ plateau. It is here where they entertained the Olympians with stories and poetic lyrics, dancing and music, sculpting, and more.
The mortals concocted many conflicting stories about the origin of the muses, their appearances, their gender, and even the number of muses. Any correction to the old legends is best left to the words of the muses themselves.
The muses of the Pantheon World includes:
Calliope, the Muse of epic poetry; Clio, the Muse of history; Erato, the Muse of lyric poetry; Euterpe, the Muse of music; Melpomene, the Muse of tragedy; Polyhymnia, the Muse of sacred poetry; Terpsichore, the Muse of dance and chorus; Thalia, the Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry; Urania, the Muse of astronomy.