|Aliases||Ariadne, Rava, Gear Goddess, Clockwork Oracle, Mother of Industry, Spinner of Fate, Matron of Weavers|
|Pantheon||Midgard, Minoan, Greek|
|Portfolio||Artifice, Clockwork, Constructs, Contracts, Fate, Invention, Knowledge, Magic, Prophecy, Trade, Travel|
|Worshippers||alchemists, artificers, clerics, Gearforged, jewelers, lawyers, merchants, scholars, scribes, paladins, weavers, wizards|
Per preeminent mythologist Karl Kerényi et al., in the Minoan subset of Greek mythology Ariadne was a mother goddess of weaving and labyrinths who upon absorption into the mainland portion of Greco-Roman mythology was demoted to mortal status but retained her deific name Ariadne meaning "Most Holy".
The Midgard d20 setting for D&D etc. restored Ariadne to her status as a Minoan-Greek goddess; in that setting the goddess Ariadne usually goes by the name Rava, the Spinner of Fate and the Clockwork Oracle. Rava’s physical form has six-arms, and in her iconography she is frequently depicted weaving/spinning; her holy symbol is a spider and a gear.