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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
The concept of the '''Goddess Icon''' being used as a means to boost one's Luck could possibly be a reference to the goddess Fortuna, who is the Roman personification of fortune and luck. The official artwork portrayal of the Goddess Icon further reinforces this fact, where it is depicted as a bust fashioned in the likeness of a Roman goddess.
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The concept of the '''Goddess Icon''' being used as a means to boost one's Luck could possibly be a reference to the goddess Fortuna, who was the Roman personification of fortune and luck in the Roman religion. The official artwork portrayal of the item further reinforces this fact, where it is depicted as a bust fashioned in the likeness of a Roman goddess.
   
 
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