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In Greek mythology, Moros (Greek: Μόρος, English: doom, fate) is the personification of impending doom, who drives mortals to their deadly fate. He is one of the offspring of Nyx (Night), who had conceived him without male intervention, and brother of the Moirai (Fates).
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