For a moment, I thought The Spirtians were #5 on the Setting Features, and the leaders of both The Sisterhoods and the Black Hoods were #4 on the Setting Feature. Lucky, check the blog before doing this
Question #1: The Peace Guardian?
My View: 50/50
Mythic View: 21. Yes.
Long ago, The Peace Guardian was know as Eris. A goddess with out a title or a focus. Until the wedding that all Greece immortals were invited to -- expect Eris. Eris, was not a happy camper about that - and crated her Golden Apple of Discord, crashed the wedding were she appeared to toss that apple. It started a fight that only Zeus had to stop. He picked the three most beautiful goddess -- Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite -- and told them to go see Paris. This lead to the Trojan War and Eris being called the God of Discord. While the Trojan war was going on, Eris was writing scrolls in her cave by the Dead Sea and when she had writing blocks -- she was working on a Sliver Apple that could stop arguments. The G.A.D. was not happy at S.A.P -- Sliver Apple of Peace -- but he could not Eris -- become of seer told Eris that she will become the most powerful goddess in the world.
Time past -- Eris started to even smarter and powerful then usual at the cost of losing control of her ability to stay in visible to anyone and losing the control over the G.A.D., who floated away. Worried about the chaos that the G.A.D. could, S.A.P., come up with a idea -- a collection of females to protect citizen from evil and injustice -- and so the Sisterhood was born. Using the S.A.P. as armor, Eris appears as the Peace Guardian, a sliver female humanoid with two horns, two feathery wings like merger of a bird and a bat usually wearing a white dress with sandals. Using her power, she created three robots to help her dictate how the Sisterhood works. The robots report of how they doing. She doesn't hate the G.A.D but she doesn't like how it's going about it's chaos-making business with the Black Hoods -- thought she has two berserk buttons: the first one is the mess that result in destruction of the city know as Mohenjo-Daro and the second is Aleatha, a.k.a Warblade, one of most famous traitors of the Sisterhood. She had disowned Zeus, and claimed Hades and Persephone as her parents. Zeus has not left her throne since them - - he knows that one of his children will kill him -- and it's a toss between Athena or Eris. Hades and Persephone are on good terms with Eris. Aphrodite, Hera and Athena like the Sisterhood -- and let Eris and the S.A.P. to their own business.