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So I think this could be worthy of a trivia section, but in the myths, Nemesis was the on responsible for Narcissus' death. Narcissus drove his suitors to suicide(he would literally give them swords and tell them to run them through themselves) and Nemesis as the goddess of retribution decided to punish him by cursing a pool of water so that when he saw his reflection he fell in love with it.
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So I think this could be worthy of a trivia section, but in the myths, Nemesis was the on responsible for Narcissus' death. Narcissus drove his suitors to suicide(he would literally give them swords and tell them to run them through themselves) and Nemesis as the goddess of retribution decided to punish him by cursing a pool of water so that when he saw his reflection he fell in love with it.(And then he wasted away by that pool)
   
 
Maybe it doesn't parallel EC Nem and Narci but I like that there is a form of connection.<ac_metadata title="About Nemesis and Narcissus"> </ac_metadata>
 
Maybe it doesn't parallel EC Nem and Narci but I like that there is a form of connection.<ac_metadata title="About Nemesis and Narcissus"> </ac_metadata>

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So I think this could be worthy of a trivia section, but in the myths, Nemesis was the on responsible for Narcissus' death. Narcissus drove his suitors to suicide(he would literally give them swords and tell them to run them through themselves) and Nemesis as the goddess of retribution decided to punish him by cursing a pool of water so that when he saw his reflection he fell in love with it.(And then he wasted away by that pool)

Maybe it doesn't parallel EC Nem and Narci but I like that there is a form of connection.

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