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Rules of God PowersEdit

You character can only have powers from this list, and ONLY from their God Parent. They cannot have the powers of any other gods. If you have an idea for a power, either as a replacement, addition, or even the deletion of a power, please go here, and it will be considered, and if accepted, implimented.

ExceptionEdit

There is only one exception with the God Powers, which is with the Roman Characters, with thier legacies. If your Roman Character is a legacy and descended from another god, they may have ONE power from that other god. However; it is only Roman Characters that have this, so you can only choose Roman Gods to pick a legacy power from.

Greek Gods PowersEdit

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Roman Gods PowersEdit

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Norse Gods PowersEdit

Baldur

God of Light


Baldur


Description

The god of light, joy, purity, beauty, innocence, and reconciliation. Son of Odin and Frigg, he was loved by both gods and men and was considered to be the best of the gods. He had a good character, was friendly, wise and eloquent, although he had little power. His wife was Nanna daughter of Nep, and their son was Forseti, the god of justice. Balder's hall was Breidablik ("broad splendor"). Most of the stories about Balder concern his death. He had been dreaming about his death, so Frigg extracted an oath from every creature, object and force in nature (snakes, metals, diseases, poisons, fire, etc.) that they would never harm Balder. All agreed that none of their kind would ever hurt or assist in hurting Balder. Thinking him invincible, the gods enjoyed themselves thereafter by using Balder as a target for knife-throwing and archery.

The malicious trickster, Loki, was jealous of Baldur. He changed his appearance and asked Frigg if there was absolutely nothing that could harm the god of light. Frigg, suspecting nothing, answered that there was just one thing: a small tree in the west that was called mistletoe. She had thought it was too small to ask for an oath. Loki immediately left for the west and returned with the mistletoe. He tricked Baldur's blind twin brother Hod into throwing a mistletoe fig (dart) at Baldur. Not knowing what he did, Hod threw the fig, guided by Loki's aim. Pierced through the heart, Baldur fell dead.

While the gods were lamenting Baldur's death, Odin sent his other son Hermod to Hel, the goddess of death, to plead for Baldur's return. Hel agreed to send Baldur back to the land of the living on one condition: everything in the world, dead or alive, must weep for him. And everything wept, except for Loki, who had disguised himself as the witch Thokk. And so Balder had to remain in the underworld.

The others took the dead god, dressed him in crimson cloth, and placed him on a funeral pyre aboard his ship Ringhorn, which passed for the largest in the world. Beside him they lay the body of his wife Nanna, who had died of a broken heart. Balder's horse and his treasures were also placed on the ship. The pyre was set on fire and the ship was sent to sea by the giantess Hyrrokin.

Loki did not escape punishment for his crime and Hod was put to death by Vali, son of Odin and Rind. Vali had been born for just that purpose. After the final conflict (Ragnarok), when a new world arises from its ashes, both Baldur and Hod will be reborn.


Abilities

  • Photokinesis
  • Can see in the brightest light
  • Can inspire bravery and fight off fear in others
  • The ability to soothe the anger and psychological pain of others.
Bragi

God of God of Poetry and Manners


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Description

The god of eloquence and poetry, and the patron of skalds (poets) in Norse mythology. He is regarded as a son of Odin and Frigg. Runes were carved on his tongue and he inspired poetry in humans by letting them drink from the mead of poetry. Bragi is married to Idun, the goddess of eternal youth. Oaths were sworn over the Bragarfull ("Cup of Bragi"), and drinks were taken from it in honor of a dead king. Before a king ascended the throne, he drank from such a cup.


Abilities

  • Can curse a person to speak in rhyme for about a day
  • Can speak in poetic verse instinctively
  • Instinctively knows all ways of manners and eloquence for any culture
  • Can make runes appear on anyone, and make them say anything. However; after a week they fade away.
Odin

God of Poetry, Battle, and Death, King of the Norse Gods


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Description

The chief divinity of the Norse pantheon, the foremost of the Aesir. Odin is a son of Bor and Bestla. He is called Alfadir, Allfather, for he is indeed father of the gods. With Frigg he is the father of Balder, Hod, and Hermod. He fathered Thor on the goddess Fjorgyn; and the giantess Grid became the mother of Vidar. Odin is a god of war and death, but also the god of poetry and wisdom. He hung for nine days, pierced by his own spear, on the world tree. Here he learned nine powerful songs, and eighteen runes. Odin can make the dead speak to question the wisest amongst them. His hall in Asgard is Valaskjalf ("shelf of the slain") where his throne Hlidskjalf is located. From this throne he observes all that happens in the nine worlds. The tidings are brought to him by his two raven Huginn and Muninn. He also resides in Valhalla, where the slain warriors are taken.

Odin's attributes are the spear Gungnir, which never misses its target, the ring Draupnir, from which every ninth night eight new rings appear, and his eight-footed steed Sleipnir. He is accompanied by the wolves Freki and Geri, to whom he gives his food for he himself consumes nothing but wine. Odin has only one eye, which blazes like the sun. His other eye he traded for a drink from the Well of Wisdom, and gained immense knowledge. On the day of the final battle, Odin will be killed by the wolf Fenrir.

He is also called Othinn, Wodan and Wotan. Some of the aliases he uses to travel icognito among mortals are Vak and Valtam. Wednesday is named after him (Wodan).


Abilities

  • Are naturally skilled at combat, even more than a normal demigod
  • Can trick enemy monsters to make a mistake while fighting
  • Are skilled poets, and can curse others to only speak in rhyme for around a day
  • Can sense when a person is about to die or has died near them.
  • Can summon fallen warriors from Valhalla to thier aid, though the more summoned the more energy is used
  • Can force a person to do thier bidding for a time, however; the longer they do this the more energy they use, and after an hour or so they pass out

Egytian Magician PowersEdit

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Chinese and Japanese Gods PowersEdit

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Mesopotamian Gods PowersEdit

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Celtic Gods PowersEdit

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