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  • Athena

    Honey-haired and well-rounded— voluptuous, some would say—Athena is the best at everything, perpetually wise except when her ambitions reduce her to foolish actions. As Goddess of wisdom, Athena has the power to mediate disputes, to resolve them by force …

  • Dionysus

    The wildest and craziest of a wild pantheon, Dionysus is a Scion of Zeus who was elevated to godhood about 3,000 years ago. God of wine and celebration, he is the perfect party boy, whether you want to stage a sedate wine tasting, a drunken orgy or a drug …

  • Hermes

    Lithe, tanned, dark-haired Hermes is the swift-footed messenger of the Gods. He has gone everywhere and done everything. A master trickster and illusionist, he tricked Apollo out of his cows and paid him back with music made with a harp of cow-guts. He …

  • Persephone

    The daughter of Demeter and Poseidon and the wife of Hades, Persephone is a divided entity. On one hand, she embodies life and growing things, and the joy that comes in spring; on the other, she is the Iron Queen of the dead, served by flitting shades, …

  • Poseidon

    Legends say Poseidon was the happiest of Zeus’s siblings. He married well, had a horde of children, ruled a vast dominion, received offerings from dozens of cities, had hundreds of temples and shrines, and married a young woman from land in every port for …

  • Eris

    The Olympian Ares is not a tame god, personifying murder and war, but his darkness and malice pales in comparison to his sister, Eris. While Ares sees war as a means to an end, and sponsors noble hero and bloodthirsty killer alike, he at least is …

  • Hecate

    Sometimes depicted with three faces, and sometimes with one, the role of Hecate in myth has evolved over the ages. Many different mythologies have called her the midwife of Zeus (replacing the infant god with a stone to fool the titan Kronos, who …

  • Pan

    Pan has long been known as the God of Shepherds, the woodlands, and simple tunes. Depicted as having the hooves, legs, and horns of a goat he has long been thought of as the cheerful keeper of the small places of the wild left in civilization. He is …

  • Aphrodite

    As beautiful and capricious as the sea that birthed her, Aphrodite is impossibly gorgeous no matter what disguise she puts on. Men and women fall in love with her in an epic way the moment they lay eyes on her. Aphrodite herself falls in love with equal …

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