|“||Hey you must be the Hades kid! How's it going, then, Your Royal Majesty? Nice to meet you, I'm Eurydice.||„|
|Relations||Orpheus (husband) †|
|Voice||Francesca Hogan (speaking) |
Ashley Barrett (singing)
Eurydice is a deceased oak nymph and the former wife of the musician Orpheus. Despite having some qualities of other gods and immortals, she died from a snake bite and was ferried to Underworld. A grieving Orpheus ventured to the Underworld to plea for her return. He charmed Lord Hades with his music and was given leave to bring Eurydice with him back to the surface, on the condition that he not look back at her until he left the Underworld. Ultimately he succumbed to his own insecurities, and Eurydice was forced to remain in the land of the dead.
Eurydice now resides in her own private corner of Asphodel, where she spends eternity singing and cooking with the help of the river Phlegethon's heat. Her former husband still seems to be a bit of a sore subject for her. The two are apparently kept apart by an official separation order issued from Hades' desk, likely as a condition of the deal that allowed Orpheus to attempt to rescue her.
Affinity[edit | edit source]
Eurydice's affinity gauge is maxed out at 8 hearts.
Favor[edit | edit source]
Codex entry[edit | edit source]
Eurydice Quotes[edit | edit source]
For quotes and dialogue regarding Eurydice, please refer to Eurydice/Quotes.
Items Offered[edit | edit source]
|Loved by the gods. up to 2 random Boons of yours are upgraded to the next Rarity.|
|An Underworld delicacy; up to 4 random Boons of yours gain +1 Lv.*|
|A rare and fragrant beverage; the next 3 Boons you find have upgraded Rarity.|
*does not stack on the same boon
Songs[edit | edit source]
- Good Riddance: sung by the character before and after Zagreus interacts with her, switching to a purely instrumental version mid-interaction.
- After Orpheus is allowed to visit Eurydice, he may also be singing it with her.
- In the Blood: a stripped-down version that both Eurydice and Orpheus may be instead singing after Zagreus requests Orpheus in the House of Hades to sing it.
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