|Greek Deity Physiology|
Olympian Gods (DC)
Mimic Greek Gods and their abilities
Power to use the traits and powers of Greek Deities. Variation of Transcendent Physiology.
The Greeks had three separate ruling dynasties of gods, which each replaced the earlier one, as well as several minor deities that were essentially personified concepts. In addition there are some deities that don't really belong in any of these groups and were usually somewhat outsiders in relationship with rest of the pantheon.
From the most regent to earliest, the Divine dynasties are:
- Twelve Olympians, who were either direct descendants or grandchildren of the precessing Dynasty's rulers Chronus and Rhea.
- Titans, ruled by descendants of Gaia and Uranus and overthrown in Titanomachy. Those Titans who fought against Olympians were imprisoned and/or punished, while those that either assisted them or stayed neutral were left free.
- Protogenoi, the Primordial deities and the first entities or beings that come into existence. They form the very fabric of the universe and as such are immortal, everything in existence descents from them, including all the other gods. Unlike the Titans, when Chronus overthrew Uranus they didn't lose their power or position, for the very simple reason that they form the existence.
Connected to Twelve
- Celedon Physiology
- Chimera Physiology
- Erinyes Physiology
- Harpy Physiology
- Hekatonkheire Physiology
- Maenad Physiology
- Muse Physiology
- Nymph Physiology
- Roman Deity Physiology
- Satyr Physiology
- Siren Physiology