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 Cronus with his eleven sibling Titans formed a new court. This was a golden age with no need for law, and immorality was impossible. Yet Cronus'​ betrayal of his father was the first violent act between the gods and it sowed the seeds of discord. New gods emerged - Momus (blame), Nemesis (retribution),​ Apate (deception) and the powerful <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​eris">​Eris</​apdx>​ (strife). ​ Cronus with his eleven sibling Titans formed a new court. This was a golden age with no need for law, and immorality was impossible. Yet Cronus'​ betrayal of his father was the first violent act between the gods and it sowed the seeds of discord. New gods emerged - Momus (blame), Nemesis (retribution),​ Apate (deception) and the powerful <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​eris">​Eris</​apdx>​ (strife). ​
  
-Cronus became haunted by his father'​s curse and obsessed with defending his crown against real and imagined threats. Despite his promise to his mother he kept many of his siblings - the cyclopes, the hecatonchires and the gigantes - in Tartarus and set the dragon Campe to guard them. The children he fathered with his sister-wife Rhea fared worse and five were swallowed whole by Cronus at birth. Angered and distraught by these acts, Rhea found an ally in Gaia who was also dismayed by Cronus'​ actions. Gaia smuggled the newborn Zeus to <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​crete">​Crete</​apdx>​ while Rhea tricked Cronus into eating a rock wrapped in swaddling cloth.+Cronus became haunted by his father'​s curse and obsessed with defending his crown against real and imagined threats. Despite his promise to his mother he kept many of his siblings - the cyclopes, the hecatonchires and the gigantes - in Tartarus and set the dragon Campe to guard them. The children he fathered with his sister-wife Rhea fared worse and five were swallowed whole by Cronus at birth. Angered and distraught by these acts, Rhea found an ally in Gaia who was also dismayed by Cronus'​ actions. Gaia smuggled the newborn ​<apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​zeus">​Zeus</​apdx> ​to <apdx ref="​open:​settings:​6d6hellenic:​apdx:​crete">​Crete</​apdx>​ while Rhea tricked Cronus into eating a rock wrapped in swaddling cloth.
  
 ===The Rise of Zeus=== ===The Rise of Zeus===
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