Fortuna, also known as Lady Fortune, is the goddess of fortune, chance and luck in Roman mythology, daughter of Jupiter and Venus. She can be represented veiled or blind. She is believed to have originally been a goddess of blessing and fertility, mainly being worshiped by mothers. She was also treated as the personification of Luck. She is the Roman counterpart of the Greek minor goddess Tyche.
Her cult dedicated the date of June 11th, and on June 24th a festival called Fors Fortuna was held in her name. She was an important goddess in the day-to-day lives of the Roman people, and was later merged with the Egyptian goddess Isis. In antiquity, she was also known as Automatia.
This goddess, unlike others, didn't disappear from culture when Christianity settled in Europe, and she was often referred to depicted in poetry and painting, being called Lady Fortune. She is also one of the entities that can be seen in the Wheel of Fortune tarot card.
Fortuna appears in the Challenge Quest, "The Cauldron." Acting as on behalf of her friend Brigid and the gods of Danann, she went into Naraku in order to retrieve Dagda's Cauldron, which was stolen by the angels. Flynn can find her in Naraku - Excavation Worker Quarters. She explains that Dagda's Cauldron is mistakenly called the Holy Grail and that they went into the enemy stronghold to retrieve the stolen object, but everyone except her had been killed by the angels. Being too injured to take the cauldron back herself leads Fortuna to ask Flynn to take it in her stead. Should it get broken he can come back and get the cauldron fixed.
Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse
Fortuna is the boss in the Challenge Quest "Secure Transport Route," where she has blocked a path for supplies in order to eat the Hunters who come to remove her.
Shin Megami Tensei V
"The Roman goddess of luck, she spins the Wheel of Fortune and is believed to have originally been a fertility goddess. Her Greek counterpart is Tyche."
—Shin Megami Tensei V lore
Fortuna is a member of the Megami race and can only be obtained through fusion.
"The Roman goddess of luck, she spins the Wheel of Fortune. She is believed to have originally been a fertility goddess. Her Greek counterpart is Tyche."