The Gods and Goddesses of Olympus BY THOMAS AHN
Zeus Zeus is the god of lightning and the sky. His main weapon is his Master Bolt. His roman form is Jupiter.
Poseidon Poseidon is the lord of the seas and water. His main weapon is his Trident. His roman form is Neptune.
Hades Hades is the lord of the dead and the underworld. His main weapon is his Helm of Darkness. His roman form is Pluto.
Ares Ares is the god of war. His main weapon is… well, I guess he uses a lot of weapons. His roman form is Mars.
Hephaestus Hephaestus is the god of fire and blacksmithing. He doesn’t really use weapons. His roman form is Vulcan.
Hermes Hermes is the god of roads, speed, messengers, commerce, travel, thieves… well, you get the point. His weapon is, well, he sometimes uses a sword, but his caduceus could also be a weapon. His roman form is Mercury.
Hera Hera is the god of marriage and the queen of gods. (In other words, she is Zeus’ wife.) Why would she have a weapon? Her roman form is Juno.
Athena Athena is the goddess of wisdom and battle. She uses the right weapon at the right time. Her roman form is Minerva.
Artemis Artemis is the goddess of hunting and the moon. Well, obviously, her main weapon is a bow and arrows. Her roman form is Diana
Demeter Demeter is the goddess of Harvest. She obviously doesn’t have a weapon either. (Unless it’s magic vines!) Her roman form is Ceres.
Aphrodite Aphrodite is the goddess of love. She doesn’t really fight, but maybe she could use her makeup as weapons. Maybe Lipstick throwing knives, or lip gloss spray… you get my point. Her roman form is Venus.
Hestia Hestia is the goddess of the hearth She probably has some fire powers Her roman form is Vesta.
Dionysus Dionysus is the god of wine.He probably has some powers like Demeter. (You know, like magic grape vines.)His roman form is Bacchus.
Apollo Apollo is the god of the sun, the prophecy, poetry, music, hunting, and a lot more. Apollo, like Artemis, likes to use his bow and arrows. (He is also Artemis’ sister.) His roman form is… well the same thing. “Apollo”
Iris Iris is thee goddess of rainbows. She probably isn’t a fighting type. She doesn’t have a roman form.
Eros Eros is the god of love. He carries around a bow and arrows that make people fall in love. His roman form is Cupid.
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