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You are Melpomene

You scored 52 MUSE POINTS!

Melpomene the "Songstress" is the muse of tragedy in spite of her joyous singing and is represented by the tragic mask. She is sometimes seen with garland, a club and a sword. She is often seen wearing cothurnes, boots traditionally worn by tragic actors, and a crown of cypress.

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  • MUSE POINTS Distribution

    They scored 52% on MUSE POINTS, higher than 54% of your peers.

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