Gods of Olympus, Council of Godheads, Olympia Corporation
Ouranos (grandfather, deceased), Gaea (grandmother), Cronus (father), Rhea (mother), Hera (wife, sister), Pluto (brother), Neptune (brother), Hestia (sister), Demeter (sister), Persephone (sister-in-law), Apollo (son by Leto), Ares (son by Hera), Artemis (daughter by Leto), Athena (daughter by Metis), Dionysus (son by Semele), Hebe (daughter by Hera), Helen of Troy (daughter by Leda), Hephaestus (son by Hera), Hercules (son by Alcmena), Hermes (son by Maia), Venus (daughter by Dione), as well as numerous others.
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560 lbs (255 kg)
Supreme monarch of the Olympian Pantheon, God of sky, thunder and storm
Zeus is one of the Olympians, an extra-dimensional race worshiped as gods by the people of Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire.
Place of Birth
Mount Lyceum, Arcadia, in what is now Greece.
Zeus possesses the conventional superhuman attributes of an Olympian god. However, as Skyfather of the Olympian gods, many of these abilities are vastly superior to those possessed by the vast majority of his race.
Superhuman Strength: Like all Olympians, Zeus is superhumanly strong. His strength is far superior to the vast majority of his race and he is capable of lifting about 90 tons without supplementing his strength with his other powers.
He is the physically srongest of the Olympians. His strength is surpassed only by Hercules who is half Olympian.
Superhuman Speed: Zeus is capable of running and moving at speeds much greater than even the finest human athlete.
Superhuman Stamina: Zeus' highly advanced physiology generates almost no fatigue toxins during physical activity. As a result, he possesses almost limitless superhuman stamina. His stamina is matched among the Olympians only by his brothers Pluto and Neptune and his sons Ares, Hercules, and Hermes.
Superhumanly Dense Tissue: All of Zeus' bodily tissues have 3 times the density of the bodily tissues of a human being. This contributes, somewhat, to Zeus' superhuman strength and weight.
Superhuman Durability: Zeus' body is highly resistant to all forms of physical injury, far more so than the vast majority of his race. He is capable of withstanding great impact forces, exposure to temperature and pressure extremes, and powerful energy blasts without sustaining injury. His resistance to injury among the Olympians is matched only by Pluto.
Regenerative Healing Factor: Like all Olympians, if injured, Zeus is capable of healing himself with superhuman speeds and efficiency. He is even capable of regenerating missing limbs or organs if necessary. Among the Olympians, his healing powers are equaled only by those of his brother Pluto.
Immortality: Like all other Olympians, Zeus is functionally immortal. He is immune to the effects of aging and has not aged since reaching adulthood. Zeus is also immune to all known Earthly diseases and infections.
Energy Manipulation: Zeus possess vast energy powers of an unknown nature, which surpass the energy wielding powers of any other Olympian god. Magical in their apparent form and function, these powers can be employed for numerous purposes. Zeus's ability to generate tremendous amounts of electrical energy and to project them from his hands in the form of lightning bolts has become his trademark. Zeus can generate and manipulate other forms of energy as well. Only a small number of the ways in which Zeus can utilize his superhuman abilities are as yet known. Among these are the augmentation of physical strength and endurance and the enchantment of living beings or of objects. Zeus can create interdimensional apertures through which he can transport himself and even the entire Olympian army. He can project his image, voice, and energy bolts from the Olympian dimension into that of Earth. Zeus can change his shape into that of other humanoid beings (as when he impersonated Amphitryon, the husband of Hercules' mother Alcmena), of animals, or even of objects.
Precognition: Zeus also has limited precognitive abilities, and in ancient times was the patron of an oracle at Dodona, through which he delivered prophesies. These abilities enabled Zeus, at the time of the Trojan War, to "remember" the Asgard-Olympus war which occurred centuries afterwards.
Zeus is a formidable hand to hand combatant and is particularly skilled at employing his vast energy manipulating abilities in combat situations.
Class 90; Zeus is capable of press lifting 90 tons without supplementing his strength with his other powers