Gods - Greek Mythology

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Battle Area:

  1. Water = 10
  2. Earth = 30
  3. Heaven = 20

Attack and Defense

  1. Wisdom = 50
  2. Dexterity and Strength = 10
  3. Powers = 30

  4. Fire = 40



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Gods - Greek Mythology

God of fire, metals and metallurgy in Greek mythology. His figure was also associated with work, for he was a great smith and jeweler. In Roman mythology, it is called Vulcan.

Hephaestus was seen as the ugliest god in Greek mythology and yet, had a deficiency: he was lame (lame). His most common representation is of a naked man with a beard, and who often appears holding some object used by blacksmiths.

Thus, the symbols of Hephaestus are related to his work of blacksmith: ax, hammer, anvil and tenacious, a type of pliers.


 Son of Zeus and Hera, Hephaestus was born with a disability: he was lame. This caused disgust in his mother who rejected him from birth. Legend has it that she threw him from Mount Olympus so that no one would see his son, for he was ashamed.

In other versions, his deficiency was caused by Zeus, who during a great fury, threw him away.

After the fall, he was found and was under the care of Thetis, a sea nymph. With it, he learned how to handle metals and how to work with them.

As he was the god of fire and metals, his work was done in volcanoes. There he had the help of the Cyclops, giants who had only one eye.


Hephaestus was responsible for forging various objects of the gods as:

  • The magic shield of Zeus (Aegis);
  • The armor of Achilles;
  • The bow and arrow of Eros;
  • The scepter of Agamemnon;
  • The trident of Poseidon;
  • Aphrodite's ribbon;
  • Among others.

 The Return to Olympus

In legend, he was accepted again on Mount Olympus, but refused the proposal. However, with the help of Dionysius, Hephaestus returned to Mount Olympus, and was certain that he would take revenge on his mother. That's how he built a throne and when she sat down she got stuck.

Thus, Hephaestus can blackmail his parents by asking them in return for a marriage to the most beautiful woman. In order for her to escape her trap, Hephaestus's request was accepted by both.

At the request of Zeus, Hephaestus married Aphrodite, the goddess of beauty and love. However, because of his ugliness, he was also rejected by her.

Therefore, they had no children and was betrayed several times by his wife.


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