Hello, all–mortals, creatures of all kinds, and fellow Olympians! It’s Iris speaking.
I do not mean to belittle any of you, but you cannot imagine my delight upon realizing I had been recruited for this effort to link our world with the modern-day mortals’.
Of course, that has been my job for quite some time now, but never have I been involved with such a direct communication.
Although many of the other Gods and Goddesses retreated from this world, I still stepped down my rainbow to visit occasionally: whether to bring a message of hope to a suffering mortal who had won the favor of a certain God or Goddess, or to check on the state of the world. My reasons for visiting varied then, as they vary now.
I hope that I can be of service!
I am naught but a humble messanger; daughter of Thaumas, God of the Wonders of the Sea, and a cloud nymph. I am lucky to be working with such glorious and qualified deities such as the Just Astraea and the Nurturning Hestia.
But there is one thing I must state clearly:
I will not share messages with any other than the intended recipient unless the sender tells me I can do so. I have learned from my own past mistakes as well as the past mistakes of others: I refuse to meddle. I simply carry messages.
Of course, if a certain god or goddess has given me news to distribute (Or has told me something that potentially endangers another’s life–thank almighty Zeus that I haven’t recieved a message like that in quite some time!), I will gladly share this with anyone and everyone.
Other than that one limitation (which I impose upon myself), I offer my services in any way they might be needed.