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    Loom of Fate (Mount Olympus)


    The Loom of Fate is a mystical object used by the Fates to write the fate of a person using the thread of destiny.

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    In the original multiverse, Clotho broke the Loom and scattered it across the Multiverse. However, the Multiverse was recreated by the Paragons and The Spectre which caused the pieces to be gathered on one Earth.[1]

    In the late 1930s, Captain Noriega searched for the Spear of Destiny and the Loom of Fate, with both being unsuccessful.[2]

    As the pieces are on one Earth, the Fates started to look for the pieces. Eventually, they received help from Astra Logue and boarded Waverider where the pieces were located.[3] Later, they recreated Earth into Loomworld under their leadership.[4]

    Soon, the Legends left the TV Universe where Clotho trapped them in and located the Loom in the Loom Temple of the Fates. During the process, Sara Lance used the Loom to kill Atropos and destroyed the Loom.[5]

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    Designs[edit | hide]

    The Loom of Fate is made up of the threads of fate of different people. With the power of at least three immortals, the Loom shall work and allow them to rewrite the fate of a person under their will. However, different people's fate is in different ship. As a time traveler, their fate would be tangled and in a mess as they constantly change their own fate.[6]

    The Loom of Fate is in a ring form when Clotho hid them from her sisters. The rings of Clotho, Atropos and Lachesis were given to William Shakespeare,[7] hidden in British Columbia[8] and hidden by the Enchantress.[9]

    Functions[edit | hide]

    • Reality Warping: The loom is designed to change the fate of a person. With a strong will, the loom can resurrect a person or create an alternate universe.[4]

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    Notes[edit | hide]

    • Even though Astra Logue is not an immortal, she was a daughter of a witch and her inner magical energy is strong enough to allow her to use the Loom and not get killed.[5]

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