[[caption-width-right:350:This is how [[PhysicalGod strong the heroes are with only some divine power.]] You won't believe what the [[SentientCosmicForce full gods]] are actually like]]

->''Open your eyes, let's begin.\\
Yes, it's really me, it's Maui: breathe it in!\\
I know it's a lot: the hair, the '''''bod'''''!\\
When you're staring at a demi-god!''
-->-- '''Maui''', [[IAmGreatSong "You're Welcome"]], ''Disney/{{Moana}}''

A character that's not a fully supernatural being (such as a [[OurGodsAreDifferent god]], [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angel]], [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]], [[OurSpiritsAreDifferent spirit in general]], [[EldritchAbomination abomination]], etc.), but has a touch of it or more in them. The character may be the [[HalfHumanHybrids offspring]][=/=][[HeinzHybrid descendant]] of supernatural creatures and mortals, or is part of a race that's inherently part-supernatural or in between. For that matter, [[{{Transhuman}} the character might have even become part-supernatural]] as a boon from the PowersThatBe or their own personal attempt to AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence. The reverse can also happen, as a fully supernatural being [[{{Depower}} Descends from a Higher Plane of Existence]] and winds up with a "mere" fraction of their former supernatural touch.

These characters tend to exhibit several StockSuperpowers, and if they aren't outright [[{{Immortality}} immortal]], they're almost guaranteed to be LongLived. They may or may not qualify as {{Humanoid Abomination}}s (who themselves have a high chance of being this character type), and that's if they look humanoid in the first place.

TheAntichrist is almost always an example. [[ChangelingTale Changelings]] are also frequently found to be some mix of human and [[TheFairFolk faerie]]. DivineParentage, being TouchedByVorlons and a DealWithTheDevil are common origins for this type of character. Having a [[PiecesOfGod piece]] of a magical being in you may also count.

One can think of these characters as beings that are [[DownplayedTrope partly]] MadeOfMagic (or [[OurSpiritsAreDifferent spirit-like]] beings in general).

As can be derived from the title, part-divine characters are one of the (if not, ''the'') most common examples, which is unsurprising, considering the fact that many gods in mythology have had rather promiscuous lifestyles, and this would naturally extend to modern-day fiction. It should be noted, however, that this trope applies to any mix or midway between "normal" and purely supernatural beings, so this isn't limited to the literal Semi-Divine.


[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* All of the ''Manga/{{Claymore}}s'' are half-human and [[OurDemonsAreDifferent half-youma]] [[spoiler:except for [[TheHero Clare]], who is only one-quarter youma]]. They're born human and become half-youma by taking youma flesh into their bodies. A fallen Claymore warrior is called an "Awakened One" and is ''far'' more powerful than a pure-blooded youma.
* The Grim Reapers of ''Manga/BlackButler'', described by Sebastian as intermediate "between Man and God".
* Goku and Vegeta in ''DragonBall'', as they can transform into Super Saiyan God and the Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, becoming literal PhysicalGods. [[spoiler: Goku Black is another example, being Zamasu inside Goku's body, and can transform into Super Saiyan Rose, another godly form. Fusion Zamasu, having merged with the demi-god Goku Black, is also a demi-god by default.]]
* ''Manga/SailorMoon'': Sailor Pluto, who is the daughter of the god of time, "Chronos". King Endymion in Act 13, says: "The blood of the god of time, "Chronos", runs through her veins.", and the incantation to use the Space-Time Key has "the almighty god of time, the guardian of time's father, Chronos!", and Sailor Pluto is that guardian of time.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]]: [[ComicBook/KingdomCome "I'm not a man ... I'm not a god ... but you, Billy: you're both."]]
* Jesse Custer in Creator/GarthEnnis' ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'' series, who is BlessedWithSuck by unwittingly becoming the host for Genesis, a spirit that is half-angel and half-demon. This gives Jessie a CompellingVoice superpower with almost no limits, and it also gives him more problems than he can count.
* ''ComicBook/TheSpectre'' qualifies, as he's a dead human who is the host of (the [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angel]] that represents) God's Wrath/Vengeance.
* Franchise/WonderWoman was originally a clay statue blessed by 5 female goddess and Hermes with special gifts and powers. In the ComicBook/New52, its {{retcon}}ned that she is actually a daughter of Zeus.
** Cassie Sandsmark, the second Wonder Girl, was the daughter of Zeus prior to the New 52.
** In one of her many retconned origins, Donna Troy was a "Titan Seed", orphaned children rescued by the Titans of Greek Myth and granted superpowers by them.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has Harry as a demigod.
** [[spoiler: Diana of Themyscira, daughter of Hercules and Hippolyta, also appears.]]
* ''RolePlay/WeAreAllPokemonTrainers'':
** Following Okamiquest, Ammy has been left with a slight divine spark due to her transformation into a divine Arcanine.
** Hitodama, Tagg's Lampent, is the demigodess progeny of Satine the Chandelure and Lifealope, who happens to be a minor deity and Xerneas' brother.
* The ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'', there have been several examples.
** The most prominent is Fluttercruel, [[ChildByRape who was born from Discord's]] MindRape of Fluttershy, who's Demi-Draconequus.
** Cupid was the child of the LoveGoddess Venus and her husband, a mortal pony named Mars. Cupid was also the Concept of Sharing Love and showcases a unique trait of a Demi-God: the ability to move freely between the mortal plain and the spirit realm, something Fluttercruel is unaware of (probably because unlike her, Cupid's mother was an active part of her life). Unfortunately, Cupid was killed using the [[WeaponOfMassDestruction Concept Killing Spear]] and [[RetGone erased from existence along with his Concept.]] [[spoiler:Eventually a mortal named Lovestruck, who is his twice removed {{Reincarnation}} due to the Lost Age, merges with Cupid's Shadow of Existence, inheriting his Demi-God nature and reconstituting his Concept.]] Another benefit of Demi-Gods is also revealed here: they aren't ''as'' powerful as full deities, but can freely use their full power [[ICantSenseTheirPresence without being detected by those who can sense the divine]] because their mortal half shields their divine half.
** Another one is know to ''exist'' but has not been touched upon in detail: Galaxia, Celestia's sister, sired a family during her time in the mortal world, which is where Blueblood and Cadence's bloodline comes from, which technically makes Blueblood this trope, albeit ''incredibly'' diluted.
** In a sense ''all of life itself'' is this. [[BigGood Fauna]] [[TopGod Luster]] is called the Mother of All Things because She gives birth to ''all'' souls. One side story even has all mortal life referred to as the half siblings of the Alicorns for this reason. This may explain how mortals have the potential to [[DeityOfHumanOrigin become gods]].

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Genie in the ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' sequels and series. After being freed, he has gone from having "phenomenal cosmic powers" to "semi-phenomenal nearly-cosmic powers".
* In Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', the title character is this trope. Unlike in Greek Mythology, he was ''born'' a full-fledged god to Zeus and Hera, then Hades's minions remove most of his godhood with a potion, just leaving him with SuperStrength (due to not drinking the last drop). In the series, he was regularly referred to as a demigod, and we met several others.
* Maui in ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is a Disney depiction of a mythic figure common in a vast number of real-life Polynesian mythologies. While real-life depictions range from mere human to full-on divinity, this movie's depiction settles for the middle of the road and explicitly calls Maui a demigod. In this version, he was not born SemiDivine, but was abandoned to the ocean by AbusiveParents who didn't want him. Well, the Gods weren't gonna have any of ''that'', so they took him in and [[TouchedByVorlons made him Maui]], Demigod of the Wind and Seas (and a Shapeshifter who eventually becomes a Hero to All).

* The [[OurVampiresAreDifferent White Court]] in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles''. Their souls are half [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]] due to a demonic [[TheSymbiote symbiote]] that gives them superhuman abilities and [[TheBeautifulElite incredibly good looks]], but at the cost of a [[HorrorHunger Hunger]] for [[EmotionEater human emotions]]. The [[EvilIsSexy Raith]] family is particularly noted to go after [[HornyDevils lust]].
* TheReveal in ''Literature/TheImmortals'' quartet is that [[spoiler:protagonist Daine]] is a demigoddess through a minor God of the Hunt. [[spoiler:This explains both Daine's unprecedentedly strong wild magic and her incredible archery skills]].
* In the ''Literature/OldKingdom'' books by Creator/GarthNix, the world was created by [[spoiler:nine]] spirits of Free Magic, but in order to protect the world and humanity, the Seven created the Charter and bound most of the Free Magic in the world. Four of them poured most of their power into mortal bloodlines; the Clayr, the Abhorsen, the royal family and the Wallmakers. Consequently, although not directly related to a deity, they all do have powers inherited from a god (or close enough).
* ''Literature/KushielsLegacy'' establishes that the D'Angeline people are distantly descended from God's grandson and his angelic companions. It has some advantages: they have fewer infirmities in old age, women [[FantasyContraception won't get pregnant]] until they pray to "open their wombs", and they tend to be very pretty.
** The original Master of the Straits's mother was a direct child of Elua (or one of his companions) by a human while his father was the renegade angel Rahab, giving him "three parts ichor to one part blood". While his curse keeps him alive, his ancestry keeps him in good health for over 800 years.
* Vishous from ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood'' is another example; he is the son of the Scribe Virgin, the deity vampires pray to in his universe. He also has a twin sister named Payne....
* In the ''[[Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians Percy Jackson]]'' book series, most of the main characters (at least the children) are demigods, born of a Greek god and a human.
** And the sequel to the series, ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'', does the same. Many of the main characters are the children on the Roman gods now, however.
* The Delphaes in ''Literature/TheShiningOnes'' started as humans but now are slowly evolving into gods. As a result, they possess awesome powers, but they can also melt alive anyone who gets too close to them. [[spoiler:Eventually, they fully evolve into gods and leave the earth forever.]]
* In the ''Literature/InheritanceTrilogy'', demons are the descendants of both god and mortal, and include [[spoiler: Oree, the protagonist of the second book. Since demons are themselves mortal, but also partake of godhood, their blood is the only thing that can kill the genuinely-immortal gods.]]
* [[EvilOverlord The Lord Ruler]] of ''Franchise/{{Mistborn}}'' presents himself as a PhysicalGod [[spoiler: but is actually a human who briefly held a portion of the power of the god Preservation a millenium ago. Though he no longer possesses that power directly, while holding it he gained enough divine insight to make him scarily good at all three of the trilogy's forms of FunctionalMagic, rendering him immortal and virtually invincible]]. WordOfGod calls people like this from across the overall cosmology of Sanderson's works "Slivers".
* Subverted in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' with [[QuirkyMinibossSquad the Forsaken]], who are basically considered minor evil deities under the power of [[GodOfEvil the Dark One]] in-universe, but are really just very powerful, very evil humans (the gap between legend and reality being a major theme of the series). [[spoiler: However, in the last two books [[TheChosenOne Rand]] becomes this or something pretty close after fully coming into his EnlightenmentSuperpowers, and is even able to face the Dark One on fairly even footing at the end]].
* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Dicworld/SoulMusic'', a contemporary of Susan Sto Helit at their exclusive boarding school boasts of the Great God Blind Io having visited her great-great-grandmother as a shower of something or other, her great-grandmother being the causal result. Which she reckons makes ''her'' a hemi-semi-demi-goddess. All good for school enrollment... Susan, who herself is coming to terms with her own interesting genetic make-up bequeathed by her [[{{Death}} Grandfather]], is not impressed.
* ''Literature/JourneyToChaos'':
** Kasile is a direct descendant of the fire goddess Fiol, but there's a lot of human blood between the two of them. She's basically mortal but has access to divine magic.
** Elves in general fit this trope because they carry fragments of Chaos inside them. It makes them into beings that are halfway between humans and [[PhysicalGod tricksters]].
* ''Literature/TheDivineCities''
** With a pantheon of squabbling gods reigning over the Continent, it's not a surprise that there were plenty of semi-divine beings around before the Kaj killed the Continent's Divinities. Those beings were called the Blessed and reality itself felt the urge to accomodate their wishes, warping itself around them and -- to a lesser extent -- around their descendants. Saypur's last Kaj and resident godslayer, upon conquering the Continent, [[spoiler:dragged them and any other divine creatures he could find out into the streets and executed them all.]]
** In an ironic turn of events, [[spoiler:the Kaj himself was part Divine, though he didn't know this until the last Divinity told him]]. It was the only reason, in fact, why and how he menaged to develop a weapon strong enough to kill the gods, [[spoiler:as a non-Blessed human could not have accomplished that]].
** PlayedWith in Shara, who initially is taken aback by the idea of all her achievements in life being due to her being a descendant of the Kaj, but she is then assured that she has not inherited enough of it for reality to warp itself around her.
** [[spoiler:Vinya Komayd, Shara's aunt and head of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs]], on the other hand, turns out to be Blessed, meaning her entire political career was not her own achiement. Her bitterness over that discovery is what kicks the plot of ''City of Stairs'' off by ordering the death of Dr. Efrem Pangyui, who made the discovery in the first place.
* In the novella ''Literature/ATasteOfHoney'', most of the important characters turn out to have some divine blood:
** Aqib is related with Adónane and Perfecta through his mother's line of descent, although it's been many generations and the blood is very thin. It still allows him to [[SpeaksFluentAnimal communicate with animals]] on a level non-divine people cannot.
** Femysade, also distantly related with the Ashëans, turns out to be their prophesized scientific savant and her smidgen of divine blood allows her to use their gadgets.
** Lucretia, being the daughter of Aqib ''and'' Femysade, develops [[MindOverMatter telekinesis]] at the age of eight and [[spoiler:her own son Qary has the strongest telekinetic talent seen in a very long time]].
* ''Literature/TheSorcererOfTheWildeeps'':
** Demane is a demigod, though that's a tenuous descriptor as he admits himself, considering he is seven and five generations removed from his truly divine aunt on his mother's and father's sides, respectively. Aunty claims he's nonetheless stronger than anyone she's seen in a couple generations, and his divine heritage allows him to work minor miracles. He also has SuperStrength, a [[TheNoseKnows superiour sense of smell]], can see in the dark and can control his metabolism to an extent. All of this has earned him the moniker 'Sorcerer'.
** Captain is, according to Demane, way closer to the divine than Demane himself. His SuperStrength is superiour to Demane's, as is his HealingFactor. He has HyperAwareness as well, his voice is so beautiful he cannot speak but sings and his hair can drink sunlight, which is why he keeps it hidden.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* The [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampires]] of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. They retain their (enhanced) bodies and their minds, but their formerly human [[OurSoulsAreDifferent soul]] is replaced with that of a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]].
** Hell, most of the "demons" are an example. They're the product of countless generations of interbreeding between humans and true demons, who were more like {{Eldritch Abomination}}s than their typical depictions.
** An example of a mortal attaining semi-divine status happens in ''Series/{{Angel}}''. Cordelia was dying because her psychic visions were causing PowerDegeneration. After refusing a divine offer to give up her powers and live a normal life in order to continue doing good, she was rewarded by being turned part demon. Being allied with the (generally) good PowersThatBe, her demonhood had no cosmetic effects, gave her immunity to PowerDegeneration, and healing abilities.
** Also from ''Series/{{Angel}}'', the fifth season gives us Ilyria, an [[EldritchAbomination Old One]], a pure demon. Her current shell is too weak to contain her power, so Team Angel siphons off some of her power. So now she's a semi-human Old One with a fraction of her former strength.
* [[spoiler:[[OurAngelsAreDifferent Castiel]]]] during the fifth season of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. [[spoiler:After [[RageAgainstTheHeavens rebelling against heaven]] to help the Winchesters save the world from the upcoming apocalypse, he steadily loses his divine power until he's basically human by the end of the season]].
** Sam and the rest of the [[PsychicPowers psychic children]]. Their powers originated from [[spoiler:being fed [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils Aza]][[BigBad zel's]] blood when they were infants]].
* In the ''Franchise/StargateVerse'', any character on the path to {{ascen|dToAHigherPlaneOfExistence}}sion displays a plethora of PsychicPowers, which signifies how close they are to becoming the [[PowersThatBe god-like]] ascended.
* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', [[spoiler:Benjamin Sisko]] is the son of a human man and one of the Prophets (possessing a human woman).
* The titular ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' are effectively a human sub-species gifted with angelic blood and paranormal abilities for the purpose of DemonSlaying.

* Leontius from Music/SoundHorizon's ''Moira'' is noted to be descended from the Thunder God from his mother's side. [[spoiler:As his siblings, so are Elefseus and Artemisia]].

[[folder:Mythology and Religion]]
* [[UrExample The original]] demigod, [[Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh Gilgamesh]] himself, was actually ''[[UnevenHybrid two-thirds]]'' god, thanks to having three parents (two gods, one mortal; the Mesopotamians thought that multiple fathers could contribute to a child). Or it might just have been a poetic way of calling him "more god than man" without making him fully divine.
* [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] in eastern mythology are often part-godly in nature.
* Myth/ClassicalMythology had a ton of them:
** Heracles: In a similar vein to Gilgamesh, Heracles is not only the son of Zeus and Alcmene, but he is also descended from Perseus (incidentally his half-brother) and, arguably, Tantalus (yet another half-brother). He actually has more of Zeus's blood in him than ''any other god on Olympus.''
** The swan's children, Helen (her half - sister Clytemnestra was daughter of Leda and her human husband, Tyndareos) and her twin brothers Castor and Pollux: children of Zeus and Leda.
** Odysseus spent a few years on two different islands shacked up with two different minor goddesses (Circe and Calypso). ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' doesn't mention any children, but there's no such thing as a divinity that isn't Super Fertile. Later myths explore the lives of their many, many, many children.
** Frankly, Zeus and a few other gods deserve a special folder all their own. Those rapists were all up ins. And gods make babies. Always.
** Aeneas's mother was [[LoveGoddess Aphrodite]]. Dude founded the city and fathered the people that would go on to later found Rome.
** There were whole races that were thought to be somewhere between the Olympians and mortals in terms of divinity, such as the nymphs.
* [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} Jesus Christ]] actually averts this. Instead, the majority of Christian denominations hold him to be [[OxymoronicBeing both]] 100% divine ''and'' 100% human.
** The [[Literature/TheBible Nephilim]] of Judeo-Christian mythology are thought to be the children of [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]].
* Myth/{{Merlin}} is thought to be the child of a demon and mortal, although in the original myths he was depicted as something of a fey spirit, so half-fairy was more likely.
* In Myth/HinduMythology, Ganesh was a boy who was appointed by the Goddess Parvati to stop anyone from entering her bathroom while taking her bath. When Ganesh stopped her husband Shiva from entering, Shiva cut his head off. After Parvati found out what happened, she became angry, and Shiva had to fix Ganesh by attaching an elephant's head to Ganesh. Some variations on the myth depict him as already being divine, however, especially when he's the son of Shiva and Parvati.
** In the ''Literature/{{Mahabharata}}'' there are the sons of Kunti: Karna (son of Surya), Yudisthira (son of Dharma), Bhima (son of Vayu), and Arjuna (son of Indra). Also the sons of Madri: Nakula and Sahadeva, the sons of the Ashvin twin gods.
* From [[Myth/CelticMythology Irish legend]] comes Cú Chulainn, the son of the mortal woman Deichtine and the sun god Lugh. Additionally, a good number of the members of the Red branch - namely, Conall Carnach, Fachtna Fáthach, the three sons of Uisliu, and again Cuchulainn) are descended from [[LoveGoddess Aengus Og]] - Fachtna through his daughter, Maga, and the rest through his granddaughters.
* In Myth/JapaneseMythology, the entirety of humankind (or maybe just the Japanese) itself is semi-divine, due to being descendants of the First Emperor, who in turn is a descendant of the Sun Goddess, who in turn is a descendant of one of the creator of the world.
** Furthermore, some humans can increase their divinity-level by being worshipped while still alive, they are known as ''arahitogami'', or living-god.

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* Phil, Prince of Insufficient Light in ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}''.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The eponymous ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' are mortals that are blessed as the divine champions of the most powerful gods and [[TheOldGods god-like]] beings in the setting. As a consequence, they tend to have abilities that [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu far exceed]] those of the "normal" gods and spirits, which is most obviously seen in the [[ShowyInvincibleHero Solars and their derivatives]].
** It's worth pointing out that most Exalted become what they are when a normal human's body and soul are combined/merged with a shard of literal divine power.
** There are also the (less powerful) god-bloods, a straighter example in that their power comes from having a magical parent.
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Scion}}s'' are the children of gods, and can ascend to godhood themselves.
* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''
** "[[http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Planetouched The]] [[HeinzHybrid planetouched]]" all descended from [[MadeOfMagic outsiders]] -- Tieflings and Aasimar are [[HalfHumanHybrid descendants]] of [[OurDemonsAreDifferent fiends]] and [[OurAngelsAreDifferent celestials]], respectively. The Planetouched are not much above mortals in terms of power -- close enough that they can be player characters with a bit of adjustment for level. Half-fiends and half-celestials are more immediate descendants of outsiders, and they are relatively more powerful.
** In D&D3, every sorcerer gets their powers from some kind of encounter with a magical force somewhere back in the family tree (either directly or indirectly). Some of them are divine, infernal, or even [[OurDragonsAreDifferent draconic]].
** D&D also has Divine Rank 0 entities (normal beings have no rank at all). Such an entity isn't a god for most purposes (they don't grant spells, with one very specific exception that requires special training and effort on the devotee's part[[note]]dragons, being dragons, have a high-requirement PrestigeClass, Dragon Ascendant, that gradually turns the dragon into a quasi-deity (a term for Divine Rank 0 entities). The feat Servant of the Dragon Ascendant allows a divine spellcaster to receive spells from worshipping a dragon that has become a quasi-deity via the prestige class[[/note]]), but they have many of the mechanical benefits of being considered divine (immortality, max HP, a host of immunities, some DR against non Epic weapons, resistances).
** ''TabletopGame/{{Planescape}}'' introduced proxies -- mortals turned into extensions of the divine will and power.
** ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', with its endless tug-o-war between deities, got Chosen -- mortals given a chunk of divine essence to carry and work with. Mystra is most known for keeping a bunch of these, because as the goddess of magic, she ''had to'' stash some power in mortals. They're "not quite mortals" -- don't age or need to sleep, immune to any poisons, and so on. Unlike proxyhood, this can't be called off at will, and as such happens only when gods are ''quite'' sure they want to make this specific follower overpowered and near-immortal -- though, of course, if a Chosen becomes enough of a problem, the respective deity is likely to send powerful and more loyal minions to take it from the renegade's dead body; this happened to The Rebel Chosen (killed by Elminster) and Sammaster after he went violently insane (killed by Khelben).
*** Ubtao protects his faithful using Bara. These also have untouched will, but this status is [[MagicallyBindingContract explicitly contractual]] and can be easily lost through improper behaviour. Bara get immortality and an overpowered [[PersonalityPowers random signature ability]]. Known gifts included commanding any water creatures, raising {{undead}} with unlimited control, power over plant growth, and {{telekinesis}} strong enough to crush [[TheJuggernaut the Tarrasque]] beyond regeneration.
* The [[PhysicalGod Primarchs]] and, to a lesser extent, the SpaceMarines of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''. The Primarchs are the 20 sons of [[TrulySingleParent the]] GodEmperor, and while they aren't as powerful as him, they're nigh-godly unto themselves. The Space Marines are [[SuperSoldier warriors]] that are BioAugmented with the geneseed of the Primarchs, and they're basically an [[BadassArmy army]] of individuals who can each [[OneManArmy slaughter a thousand men by themselves]].
* Anyone with [[EldritchAbomination Outsider Taint]] in ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech''.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}:''
** The Aasimar are beings descended from good-aligned Outsiders like [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]] or azatas and mortal humanoids ([[HumansAreSpecial most often humans]]); they are often unearthly beautiful, ethereal, and are one of the [[LongLived longest-lived]] races in the game, and have a few innate good- and light-based powers.
** The Celestial sorcerer bloodline is a sorcerer of any race who either has a good-aligned Outsider ancestor somewhere in their family tree, was blessed by a good-aligned deity at their birth, or something similar. They eventually gain powers like the ability to manifest and fly with [[GoodWingsEvilWings feathery, angelic wings]], as well as the ability to [[HolyHandGrenade purge things with light]].

[[folder:Video Games]]
* The [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demonspawn]] and [[OurGodsAreDifferent Demigods]] of ''VideoGame/DungeonCrawl''. They can be created through magical experiments, [[HalfHumanHybrids breeding]] with demons and gods/angels, (un)holy pacts, or any number of other ways. The former are very versatile and have a wide range of (random, but usually powerful) abilities from their demonic mutations, but are weak against [[HolyHandGrenade evil-smiting powers]]. The latter [[TheAce have the highest base attributes in the game, and have a lot of HP and mana pools]], but they level slowly and can't worship a god, which is pretty bad, as a lot of powers and bonuses can only be gained through religion.
* In the ''Franchise/BaldursGate'' series, the Bhaalspawn are the children of [[CaptainObvious Bhaal]], [[WarGod the Lord of Murder]]. [[EvilPlan He sired them so they would kill each other until none remained, at which point his essence that was scattered among them would have accumulated, and his chosen follower, Amelyssan, would have performed rituals that would have]] [[BackFromTheDead brought him back.]] Neither [[DragonAscendant Amelyssan]] nor [[SpannerInTheWorks the last Bhaalspawn]] (the protagonist) complied to these plans, however.
** In fact, Amelyssan was something like 99% god by the end of the ''[[VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal Throne of Bhaal]]'' expansion. After defeating her, the {{PC}} (him/her)self [[spoiler:can choose to [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence ascend to full godhood]]]].
* Dante and [[EvilTwin Vergil]] of ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' are both the sons of [[PhysicalGod Sparda]], a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]] who made other demons look like wet tissue paper in comparison.
* In ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon F.E.A.R]]'', the unnamed child that was produced by [[spoiler:[[OurGhostsAreDifferent Alma]] [[PersonOfMassDestruction Wade]] [[RapeAsDrama raping]] [[PlayerCharacter Michael Becket]] (the protagonist of ''Project Origin'')]] certainly counts. It's even described as a ghost in the flesh.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}'', Laharl is the son of the former [[OurDemonsAreDifferent overlord]] and a human.
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
** Those afflicted with the Corprus Disease in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'' have a touch of the divine (channelled from [[GodIsDead Lorkhan's Heart]] by [[BigBad Dagoth Ur]]), given as... not exactly a ''[[BodyHorror boon]]'', but seen as such by the gifter and his cultists. [[spoiler: The Nerevarine gets infected in the course of the main quest, but then gets cured of the downsides.]]
** The [[TheChosenOne Dragon]][[PlayerCharacter born]] of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', who was been born with the soul and blood of a [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragon]] (who are otherwise known as [[OurAngelsAreDifferent aedric]] [[OurSpiritsAreDifferent spirits]]), but has the body and mind of a mortal.
* The Hito-Shura in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne'' is a curious case - the catalyst for his transformation into a half-demon was an artificial parasite forcefully implanted against his will. The implications are also notable; it is mentioned demons are wholly subservient to their nature in return to their immortality, and that humans are able to shape their own destinies, but are mortal in exchange, leaving the Hito-Shura as a truly interesting being with the best attributes of both races with none of the downsides - as [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by a Loa near the entrance of the Labyrinth of Amala.
* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword'', it is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:the Royal Family of Hyrule]] is descended from the goddess Hylia, as [[spoiler:the first Zelda was her [[GodInHumanForm mortal reincarnation]]]].
* In ''Videogame/DarkSouls'', all humans have a touch of divinity since each carries a fragment of the Dark Soul, a Lord Soul that is fundamentally different from the Lord Souls wielded by the gods.
* ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'' [[TheChosenOne Luke fon Fabre]] is proclaimed by the [[BecauseDestinySaysSo Score]] to inherit the power of Lorelei, the PureMagicBeing behind the Score, which makes him a lesser RealityWarper with the power to destroy the whole world if he was of the mind for it. [[spoiler: That is, the ''real'' Luke, now known as Asch, is this. The Luke the audience meets first and is TheHero of the piece is the replica of the original and, by the verse's physics, actually a GodInHumanForm, being ''another'' Lorelei.]]
* ''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries'': Before ascending as the new God of War, Kratos was revealed to have been one of the many demigod sons of Zeus. His true nature was heavily implied through the first two games by his impressive feats of physical strength and the ability to wield magic weapons and artifacts, and it was only outright confirmed at the very end of the second game and a unlockable extra ending in the first game that went on to be featured in the spin-off title ''Ghost of Sparta''.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Wildstar}}'' the Dominion was founded by a half-human half-[[{{Precursors}} Eldan]] hybrid known as Dominus. His most pure-blooded descendants, the Luminai, are deified.
* ''VideoGame/MortalKombat''. The Edenians are stated to be direct descendants of the gods, hence their mystical abilities and being able to age slower than humans. Rain is revealed to be the son of the Edenian god, Jerrod, himself in ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombatArmageddon Mortal Kombat: Armageddon]]''.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* Divinity in ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' is somewhat arbitrary and is ranked; the closer you are to the gods, the higher the rank. This results in heroes such as Gilgamesh, who is two-thirds divine (Rank A), but has his divinity reduced to Rank B since he himself dislikes the gods, and Medusa, who has had her divinity reduced severely after being transformed into a demonic creature.
** This actually does have an impact on the plot because one of Gilgamesh's Noble Phantasms, Enkidu, get's stronger the higher the target's Divinity Ranking. [[spoiler: Too bad when that target happens to be Herakles, not only a demigod who ascended to full godhood after his death but the one who, to quote the Myths and Legends folder on this page, had more of Zeus' blood in him than anybody else except for Zeus himself.]]

* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' has [[spoiler:Antimony Carver]], who's part [[ElementalEmbodiment fire-elemental]].

[[folder:Web Original]]
* The hero and his siblings in [[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/580320 this]] Website/{{Newgrounds}} Flash animation.
* [[spoiler:Could apply to Zero and Hanami as the ''[[GodJob keshin]]'' of the Gods]] in ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}''.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* [[DarkMagicalGirl Raven]] of the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', daughter of the human woman Arella and the arch-demon [[GodOfEvil Trigon]], who inherited a degree of her father's vast magical powers. Destined to [[TheAntichrist be the harbinger of the end of the world]]; spends most of her time [[ScrewDestiny trying]] to [[DarkIsNotEvil thwart]] her [[AntiAntiChrist fate]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', the six original Eliatropes, their Dragon siblings, and Goultard are all semi divine. The original Eliatropes and their Dragon siblings are the first creations of the gods Eliatrope and Great Dragon. Goultard is the son of the god Iop and one of his mortal followers Cabotine.