Winged victory
Greco-Roman Deity
Pantheon: Roman
God of: Victory
Parents: Pallas and Styx
Turtledove Appearances:
"Miss Manners' Guide to Greek Missology"
Satirical Fantasy
Type of Appearance: Direct
Occupation: Head of a modeling agency
Relatives: Nike (cousin)
Victoria was the Roman goddess of victory. While similar to the Ancient Greek goddess, Nike, Victoria had a far more prominent role in Roman society than Nike did in Greece.

Victoria in "Miss Manners' Guide to Greek Missology" Edit

Victoria had given up her role as the Roman goddess of victory. Instead, she began hanging around with the Gorgon supermodels, acting as their agent. When Andromeda arrived to vanquish her clients, Victoria attempted to stop her. Instead, Andromeda showed Victoria her reflection in a magic shield. The goddess, seeing herself as ugly, fled.

Many insisted that Victoria had a secret. Andromeda didn't care what the secret was.

Victoria's Greek cousin Nike had also retired from the victory-goddess business, and entered the running shoes market.