Gods - Greek Mythology

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Battle Area:

  1. Water = 20
  2. Earth = 20
  3. Heaven = 50

Attack and Defense

  1. Wisdom = 70
  2. Dexterity and Strength = 50
  3. Powers = 80

  4. Fire = 50



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Gods - Greek Mythology

God of thunder, lord of Olympus, was the son of Kronos and Rhea. Kronos had a habit of devouring his own children so they would not take their place on the throne. Until Zeus was born and his mother Rhea already tired of so much blood and suffering gave Cronos a wrapped stone in the place of Zeus, saving his life. Réia decided that Zeus would be the last son and would close the reign of blood and suffering and would take the throne of the father.

As soon as Cronos discovered that he had swallowed a stone instead of the son he left the search of Zeus, but it did not find it. Zeus was raised in the forest of Crete and was fed honey and goat's milk. And so when he grew up he went to his father to fight him, they became great enemies, Zeus forced his father to swallow a magic drink, which restored all the children he had devoured in the past. It was then that Zeus met his four brothers: Demeter, Poseidon, Hestia, and Hades, only Hera lacked that as Zeus was spared and was not there. Zeus even released Cyclops who gave him the Lightning. Then after ten years, which was the time of the war, Zeus ascended to Olympus along with his brothers Poseidon and Hades who helped him destroy Kronos, and then commanded Heaven, Earth and the other gods.


Zeus lived on Mount Olympus, the abode of the Twelve Olympian gods, the chief gods of the Greek pantheon. The Greeks thought of it as a mansion of crystals that these gods inhabited. It is also known that when Gaia gave birth to the Titans, they made the Greek mountains, including Mount Olympus, their thrones, because they were so large that they barely fit in the earth's crust. The etymology of "Olympus" is unknown, but it has great traces of similarity with the culture of the Doric.



  • The Eagle


  • Ray - A ray-shaped scepter;
  • Shield of Aegis, also used by Athena.

Children of Zeus

Some of his most famous Olympic subjects were his sons Phoebus (god of the sun), Artemis (goddess of moon and hunting), Hermes (winged messenger of the gods), Ares (war god), Dionysus (god of wine), Aphrodite (goddess of beauty and love) and Perseus (hero who killed Medusa).


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