2 Works in Artemis/Iphigenia
Written for this prompt: "Artemis and Apollo are both bigender. Interpret this as you will: maybe neither of their bodies have fixed forms, maybe they do and that has affected the expressions of each's essence somehow. Incest is pretty par for the course in the Greek pantheon, feel free to make their relationship as platonic/romantic/sexual as you wish."
It may be generally understood that the Greek gods were arrogant a******s and Artemis was really good at violence.
At the dawn of the Trojan War, Iphigenia was prepared to be a willing sacrifice to Arrow Rain Showering Artemis (she's so moon-struck dreamy). Penelope was ready to do the practical thing in Ithaca. Circe had vital experiments to complete. Vital! Penthesilea was just waiting for the war to start. Achilles was looking forward to some lovely encounters with heroes. Helen was taking a hot steamy bath.
Which is why the aliens really shouldn't have tried to shock and awe the earthlings by beaming up the Queens and stealing Artemis' sacrifice. Big mistake. Huge really.
Or, how Iphigenia escaped certain death and Helen found new opportunities.