Keres

the spirits who controlled the destiny of each hero on the battlefield; they played a prominent role in the Iliad; the Keres were horrible monsters with long white fangs and nails; these creatures drank the blood of the wounded and dead and tore dead bodies to pieces; they resembled the Moirae.
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Keres

[mythology] In Greek mythology, the Keres (Κῆρες; singular: Ker Κήρ) were female death-spirits. The Keres were daughters of Nyx, and as such the sisters of Fate (Moirai), Doom (Moros), Death and Sleep (Thanatos and Hypnos), Strife (Eris), Old Age (Geras), Divine Retribution (Nemesis), Charon, and other personifications. Some, such
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Keres

In Greek mythology, the Keres were female spirits of death bringing blindness, old-age and death to those they came in contact with.
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