|First appearance:||Applet of Discord|
|Portrayed by:||Lara Gilchrist|
Eris is the goddess of strife and chaos, In the series she is [Aphrodite's daughter, and Cronus' Granddaughter, Eris appears as a teenage punk who decides to wreak havoc on New Olympia with a magic cell phone ringer she received from Cronus. She describes herself as a "girl who's into anarchy and chaos and sunset walks through battle torn wastelands" and the "face that launched a thousand wars" and enjoys graffiti art. Her powers affect both the heroes and gods, causing the heroes to argue instead of working together. While Odie attempts to find the Goddess Harmony fix the problems caused by Eris, the others are forced to overcome the spell Eris has cast in order to stop her.
Her symbol is the golden apple, as it represents temptation and chaos. She was the one who caused the Trojan war when she wasn't invited to the wedding of Peleus and Thetis and threw the golden apple at her mother Aphrodite, and that was where she claimed her title as the fairest goddess of the gods. In turn Aphrodite accidentally contributed to the Trojan War and her daughter's curse as she made the bride fall in love with someone else, thus helping her daughter's desire for revenge come true.
- When Eris teleports, a hot pink-and-black Anarchy symbol (a circled capital A) appears in the location she leaves.
- In the show Aphrodite refers to Eris as "The worst daughter she ever had" for the terrible things she's done.
All The Gods were invited to the marriage of Peleus and Thetis (Achilles' Parents). Only Eris, goddess of discord, was not invited. Annoyed, she arrived with a golden apple inscribed with the word "for the fairest", and threw it among the goddesses. Aphrodite, Hera, and Athena all insisted they were the rightful owner of the apple.
The goddesses brought the matter before Zeus, who, not wanting to favor anyone, gave Paris, a Trojan prince the task. Paris could not decide between them, so they resorted to bribes. Hera offered power over all Asia and Europe, and Athena offered wisdom, fame and glory in battle, but Aphrodite promised Paris promised the beautiful woman on earth. Helen, who was already married to King Menelaus of Sparta. Paris selected Aphrodite and awarded her the apple. The other two goddesses were enraged and, as a direct result, sided with the Greeks in The Trojan War.