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The King of the Gods, after defeating his father Cronus for the throne. He has a lot of lovers and children, even though he is married to his sister Hera. He hates his older brother, Hades.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: Zeus is usually portrayed as an old bearded man (if still subject to Silver Fox) but is here depicted as a youthful, clean-shaven blond
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: When passing as one of the Oceanides; Zeus looks so good in girl clothing that leaves the Wing Enforcers speechless (for different reasons each) and Coeus comments on his prettiness later on in "A Promise, III".
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: While Zeus' heart will belong to Metis, he appreciates Hera for all she has done for him and tries to be a good husband despite his limits. She is, after all, his sister and the one that agreed to stay by him forever.
  • Brother–Sister Incest: Just like in the original mythology, he's married to his sister, Hera
  • Curtains Match the Windows: Has blond hair and gold eyes.
  • The First Cut Is the Deepest: His biggest issues are a result of his grief over Metis' death and his refusal to forget her memory in order to love again.
  • Good Parents: "Inflammation" shows that Zeus is a laid-back but firm parent. He comforts Hebe and sends her to say to Ares to behave or else he himself will discipline him. A far contrast from Cronus.
  • Jerkass to One: Type I. Despite being a jerk to Hades, he can be very kind to his other siblings and his children. One good example is "Eternal Gift", when Zeus was willing to allow Poseida to be brought back to life so his brother Poseidon wouldn't be depressed.
  • Light Is Not Good: Has the golden lights of his mother Rhea, but does some pretty questionable things in the comic.
  • Love Hurts: It's implied in "Distillation" that his refusal to let go of Metis' memory is what keeps his curse going; all he wanted was to find her again, but all he gained was grief and feelings of emptiness.
  • Mood-Swinger: He can go from bratty to brooding, from serious to flirty and everything in between from one scene to the other.
  • Really Gets Around: He's Zeus, after all, but there is a good reason for this: he was cursed by Gaia to see his dead lover Metis in every woman, and his lust causes him to lose control and go after them.
  • Shock and Awe: His weapon is the thunderbolt. "A Promise III" really shows this power off.
  • Split Personality: Zeus has one, result of Gaia's curse.
  • The Kingslayer: Killed his father, Cronus, to get the throne.
  • What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Gaia declared in "A Promise" that Zeus only thinks he loves Metis because she was the first one he had sex with and he liked how she made him feel, implying that Zeus confuses love with lust and can't understand its emotional deepness. The curse she placed on him exploits this by making him chase an illusion of the one that "makes him feel" to only feel empty at the end, making him unwilling to form any significant bond with any of his lovers.


The Queen of the Gods, after marrying her brother Zeus. The short story "Will" is about her decision to marry Zeus.
  • Abusive Parent: To poor Hephaestus. Though she had her reasons, it still doesn't change the fact that she imprisoned her own son.
  • Brother–Sister Incest: To Zeus, her brother/husband. Again, it's accurate in regards to the original mythology.
  • The Caretaker: Hera used to take care of little Thetis, until one day Thetis returned to the sea in order to take her role as leader of the Nereids. Hera's flashback show Thetis saying that she was like a mother to her.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Even before she married him, she was this for Zeus. In "Will", Poseidon said that she scared all the nymphs away from Olympus when the rumors of Zeus looking for a wife started to spread.
  • Determinator: In "Will", she vowed to stay with Zeus in order to help him deal with his curse and teach him how to love.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!: After getting married, Hera has forbidden Zeus of apologizing for his cheating, because she feels like he's piting her.
  • Friend to All Children: Hera seems to have a soft spot for little girls, as she's seen taking care of both Tethis and Hebe.
  • The High Queen: Regal, poised and stern but caring.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: For Zeus. Because she was the only one who truly loves him, she decided to marry him in order to be there for him when he is overtaken by his curse.
  • Maternally Challenged: In "Inflammation", Hera's flashback shows that she doesn't consider herself mother material, and that such thing is more adept for someone nurturing, like Demeter.
  • Parental Substitute: For Thetis, whom she practically raised
  • Requisite Royal Regalia: On promotional material, Hera is portrayed wearing her regal clothing.
  • Tsundere: Hera is a "Harsh" type as she keeps a detached and stern face to the public eye and only allows herself to be more sweet towards certain people, and always in private. It takes Zeus pushing the right buttons to make her flustered, something which he finds cute.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Hera basically imprisioned Hephaestus because she was fearing for his life after hearing Thetis' prophecy. While her intentions were good, it doesn't take away the fact that she was an abusive mom towards her son.


Goddess of wisdom, Zeus' firstborn daughter and child of Metis. "Distillation" tells the story of her birth.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl
  • The Consigliere: Zeus goes to her whenever he needs advice. "Distillation" reveals this was her birth's purpose.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She can get snippy with her father and king.
  • Long-Lost Relative: An unusual example. "Distillation" ends with Athena's birth, but nobody but herself, Zeus and Prometheus knows she's the king's daughter. To everyone else, she's a girl Zeus found and decided to adopt after Metis' death.
  • The Stoic: Athena barely shows emotion because she considers it unnecessary.
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: Zeus describes her eyes as "the most calming and mysterious eyes".


God of messangers and personal attendant of his father Zeus. Because of Hades' exile, he's in charge of sending Zeus' messages to him in the Underworld. He's a supporting character in "Sunny".
  • Fragile Speedster: Incredibly fast but doesn't seem to have any offensive prowess.
  • Mercury's Wings: He has two little wings coming out of his head. A sketch reveals he got them from his grandmother Pleione.
  • Sugary Malice: He's in charge of getting people through Olympus. Thing is, Zeus must give his approval first, and if he does not, Hermes will smile and guide you to an endless labyrinth for you to die. Nothing Personal, though, it's just his job.
  • Those Two Guys: He's mostly seem alongside Apollo in "Sunny".
  • Trickster God: Zeus mentions in "Inflammation" that little Hermes likes to cause mischief when bored. With Apollo being a regular victim.


God of the arts and the sun, thanks to being attendant of the sun Titan Helios, and Artemis' twin. "Sunny" tells the story of him and a girl that worships him, even in modern times.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: He and Eros don't get along. Accurate to mythology too.
  • Twincest: Again, Implied to be the case with him and Artemis.
  • Unsettling Gender-Reveal: Helios revealed to the other Sun gods that Apollo was a boy by flashing his bare chest to them. Apollo complains Helios should at least gave him a warning about it.


Goddess of the hunt and the moon, thanks to being attendant of the moon Titaness Selene, and Apollo's twin. She's a supporting character in "Sunny".


Goddess of female beauty and lust, leaving the "love" department to her "attendant" Eros.
  • All Women Are Lustful: Played for drama in "Inflammation". Her sexually awakening brought to her urges so intense that actually were physically painful.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: First seen in the last chapter of "A Promise, III", before her introduction in "Inflammation".
  • Genki Girl: Aphrodite is a very hype girl.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Her genki-ness is turned up to eleven when she's drunk, as seen in "A Promise, III".
  • The Pornomancer: As the goddess of lust, it's a given that everyone has a thing for her. "Inflammation" demostrates it by little Hermes' innocent Precocious Crush on her and then Hephaestus (already a young man) unknowingly getting under her influence and sexually assaulting her.
  • Rape as Drama: Hephaestus touching her let her shaking and terrified, but she was actually more horrified with the realization that she enjoyed it.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: Promotional art has Aphrodite more often than not completely nude, with only Godiva Hair to cover her.
  • Shipper on Deck: While getting people to fall in love is Eros' department, Aphrodite is very passionate about people getting together in order for them to get into the "next step".


God of War.
  • Big Brother Bully: "Inflammation" shows him in his younger days playfully pulling Hermes in a headlock and nuzzling him.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He's seen briefly in the last chapter of "A Promise, III" and among the undercover gods guarding Persephone in "Irresponsable".
  • Fiery Redhead
  • Hate at First Sight: In "Inflammation", Hebe notice how Ares is especially rude towards Hephaestus, who has just arrived to Olympus.


Blacksmith of the gods, succeeding Prometheus, and Aphrodite's husband. "Inflammation" is his life's story.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: Usually imagined as being hideously deformed and crippled but here, he's a bishonen pretty boy with a metal leg.
  • Artificial Limbs: After the fall he suffered as a child broke his left leg, he uses a steel leg that he made himself.
  • Big Eater: One of his likes is food. Justified, as a child he suffered a time of near starvation.
  • Child by Rape: Hephaestus is heavily implied to be result of the other Zeus raping Hera.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Seen briefly in "A Promise, III" before his introduction in "Inflammation".
  • Forged by the Gods: Makes a lot of accessories for the other gods. Especially enjoys making jewelry for his wife Aphrodite.
  • Heartbroken Badass: He not only was abused by his mother but when he thought the girl he have a crush on since childhood was the reason for his imprisonment, he's clearly devastated.
  • Kissing Under the Influence: After incapacitating Aphrodite, he was unknowingly caught in her influence and sexually assaulted her. He even was horrified on how he was unable to stop himself.
  • Long-Lost Relative: In "Inflammation", thanks to Hera keeping him secluded and never mentioning his existence, neither he, Zeus nor his family know they're all actually related.
  • Love at First Sight: He has feelings for Aphrodite since he saw her in his childhood.
  • Playing with Fire: Seems to show signs of this when he was begging Hera not to move him away at the beginning of Inflammation.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He inherited Hera's hair color, eyes and features.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: Seems to be able to use his flames to create things out of thin air.


Goddess of Hearth and older sister of Zeus, Hera, Poseidon and Demeter.
  • Elemental Shapeshifter: She literally is the fire of her temple's hearth.
  • The Gadfly: Loves to troll her siblings, usually by exploiting her powers to know their secrets.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Her position as the goddess of home might sound lame, but actually she's a very important presence in Olympus. Those that manage to convince Zeus to be worthy of serving in the palace actually have to go to her first of all so she can give her blessing, or in other words, use her power to know if they mean any ill will towards the gods.
  • Psychic Powers: "Inflammation" reveals she either has post-cognitionnote  or mind reading powers. This way she's the first to discover that Hephaestus is Hera's child.
  • Threshold Guardian: In "Inflammation", she questions Hephaestus on his resolve on getting revenge on his own mother.


Former goddess of the earth and Persephone's mother. "My Seasons" begins with her death.


Goddess of Youth and cup bearer of the gods. Firstly introduced in "Inflammation".

    The Underworld 


King of the Underworld, Persephone's husband, and Cronus and Rhea's firstborn son. The eldest of the Olympians despite not being one officially. Hated by Zeus, he's not allowed into Olympus unless the King complies. "My Seasons" tells his and Persephone's love story.
  • Happily Married: With Persephone
  • Love Father, Love Son: Heartwarmingly Subverted, since he loves Persephone not because she's like her mother Demeter, but because of who she is as her own person.
  • The Sacred Darkness: What his realm and powers really represent.
  • Silent Scapegoat: Hades willingly accepted Zeus' hatred because he believes hate would make Zeus stronger.
  • Sleeps in the Nude: Implied when Persephone wakes him up at one point—he certainly wasn't wearing a shirt to bed, and when he follows Persephone to the balcony, he puts on his day clothes to do so, implying he wasn't properly dressed to do so while he was sleeping.
  • Supreme Chef: Hades' cooking is legendary among the gods. This is good, because his wife is a Lethal Chef.
  • Troubled, but Cute: Has no confidence or social ability and is constantly plagued by his past, but he's actually very considerate, thinking of others' best interest before his own. Also loves his wife dearly.


The Queen of the Underworld and the current goddess of the earth. She became an Olympian after her mother, Demeter, died. "My Seasons" tells the story of her and Hades.


God of death and Hades' attendant.

    The Sea Palace 


The King and God of the Sea, and the brother of Hades, Hestia, Demeter, Hera, and Zeus. He is married to the Nereid Amphitrite and "Eternal Gift" is about their love story.
  • Affectionate Nick Name: Zeus calls Poseidon "Po".
  • Balance Between Good and Evil: Not between good and evil, but between his brothers Zeus and Hades, who has light and dark powers respectively. As the middle brother, he must keep them in balance or there would be chaos once again.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: He's revealed to possess the ability to manipulate the ground and Iapetus says he inherited Gaia's power. Still, this power is only secondary and he doesn't used as often as his water powers.
  • Emotional Powers: In Eternal Gift, Delphin discusses this by telling Poseidon that when he is happy, the sea is calm, and when he's angry, it won't be.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Probably the one of the most easygoing and friendly gods, but if you hurt the person he loves...not even innocent humans will be spared from his wrath.
  • Hopeless Suitor: Poseidon was in love with Demeter, but he knew that she loved and was loved by Hades. Then he met Amphitrite.
  • Light-Haired Swimmer: His hair is light blue, and sometimes even looks white in some art, and he is the King of the Sea.
  • Making a Splash: A staple of being the God of the Sea. He shows off this power in Eternal Gift.
  • Middle Child Syndrome: Poseidon felt quite dull compared to Hades (his father's favorite) and Zeus (the new baby) and was concerned with his hair color, which was different from his parents' unlike Hades and Zeus. Rhea calms him down over it saying that because of his brothers' differences, he needs to be the mediator between them and then indirectly reveals that he's her favorite.
    Rhea: It's just that Poseidon's hair color is mother's favorite.
  • Nice Guy: While Zeus is kinda of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold and Hades is Troubled, but Cute, Poseidon is an unambiguous nice guy.
  • Super Not-Drowning Skills
  • The Slacker: Skips work a lot, causing his assistant Delphin a lot of distress.
  • You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry!: Priest Masca from Eternal Gift is on the receiving end of this trope, along with a whole bunch of other innocent humans.


The Sea's Queen and wife to Poseidon.
  • Came Back Strong: She used to be a mortal girl, Poseida, but after her dead she was brought back as an immortal Nereid.
  • Cool Crown: Amphitrite's pearl circlet. In "Eternal Gift" is revealed it's the proof of the Seas' Queen, so Poseidon giving it to her is an indirect marriage proposal.
  • Godiva Hair: Amphitrite's only coverage are a few scales and her very long hair.
  • Second Love: Poseidon was mooping over his unrequited feelings for Demeter, and then he met her as Poseida; he fell in love instantly.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Poseida is revealed to be half-human when she died.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Amphitrite initially considered Poseidon to be too good for her, after all he's kind, handsome, divine, etc.
  • Secret Legacy: She was born as a human but her father was the former Sea god, Nereus.
  • Sirens Are Mermaids: Subverted. Amphitrite is pretty much a mermaid (and in side art, she's drawn with a fish tail, to boot) but she's actually tone deaf and a horrible singer. Even the Muses' instructor, Apollo, couldn't help her and he had to made up the whole "you sing better underwater" to avoid her singing disturb land and Olympus. But now, the underwater realm have to suffer her.
  • Unusual Ears: Amphitrite, unlike fellow nereid Thetis, has scale ears instead of Pointy Ears. Must be result of being a hybrid.


Prince of dolphins and Poseidon's long suffering attendant.
  • Afraid of Blood: Delphin, being the prince of dolphins, is a pacifist creature and the mere smell of blood is enough to knock him down.
  • Master of Illusion: "Eternal Gift" reveals he can create minor mirages.
  • Married to the Job: Delphin seems to be a Celibate Hero thanks to being the only one who does any sort of work in the Sea Palace.

The Titans were the Olympians' predecessors, born from Uranus and Gaia, introduced in "A Promise". After Cronus' defeat at Zeus' hands, the first generation returned to Gaia, while the second generation stayed, vowing servitude and loyalty to Zeus.

Titans' First Generation


Former king of gods and father of the Olympians. He was chosen by Gaia to defeat and overthrown his father Uranus, but driven mad by power, he became a shell of his former self.
  • Abusive Parents: Imprisoned his three daughters and second son, mind controlled his firstborn and hunt down his youngest. Poseidon's flashbacks also reveal that he was psychologically abusive and neglectful as well.
  • Archnemesis Dad: To all his offspring, but specially to Zeus and Hades.
  • Casting a Shadow: He had power over the dark flames.
  • Dark Is Evil
  • Drunk with Power: He was driven mad by the absolute power that being king gave him, and his whole motivation is to remain as king by any mean necessary.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite all his madness, Cronus does love Rhea, and her death really made his condition worse. When Zeus shows up among the Oceanides, Cronus mistaking him for Rhea made him lower his guard and mellow down considerably.
  • Fantastic Racism: Cronus have a big disgust for anything not-human-looking. He left behind the Cyclops and the Hundred-handed in Tartarus and ordered his brothers to keep a human-like form. He even hit Metis for forgetting to hide her scaly ears and cheeks in his presence.
  • Fisher King: The world was a dark dystopia under his regime.
  • For the Evulz: Iapetus mentions that Cronus kidnapping Eos had actually no other reason that enraging Hyperion.
  • Parental Favoritism: It's obvious that he appreciates Hades over his other son, Poseidon.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: His thirst for power and his disgust towards his siblings' true forms are result of his own insecurities over being the only one without titan powers.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: With his firstborn, Hades.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: According with his siblings.


Former queen of gods, Cronus' sister and wife and mother of the Olympian gods.
  • Off with Her Head!: She was decapitated by a mind controlled Hades while buying time for Zeus to escape.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Zeus is pretty much a male version of his mother. In addition, Rhea and her sister Phoebe look almost identical.
  • Posthumous Character: Mostly seen in her children's flashbacks after her death at the beginning of "A Promise, I"


Eldest of the Titans, former king of the oceans and father of Metis, Zeus' first love.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: He was the first to realize that Cronus was a lost cause, and decided to return to Gaia instead of either fighting his brother or aiding a madman.
  • Snake People: His lower half is that of a serpent.


Titan of light and father of Helios, Selene and Eos.



  • Papa Wolf: Coeus was willing to fight to prevent Zeus of killing his brother, but when his wife Phoebe revealed that he was going to be a father, he stepped out because he knew fighting Zeus will cost him his life and he will not let his child without father.
  • One-Winged Angel: Just like Crius, his true form is a gigantic, monstrous version of himself.


  • The Unfought: After seeing that Zeus is indeed too powerful and accepting that Cronus is a lost cause, he simply let Zeus go without resistance.

Titans' Second Generation


One of Oceanus' many daughters, the Oceanides. She was Zeus' caretaker at Gaia's garden who soon fell in love with the boy at her care. Thanks to her assistance, Zeus was able to be victorious against his father, but victory came at the cost of her life. She's Athena's mother.
  • But Now I Must Go: In "Distillation", Metis drained all the energy in her essence in order to give birth to Athena in Zeus' mind, so after a last dream with some advice, she returned to Gaia.
  • The Caretaker: She took care of Zeus' needs and kept him company while taking refuge in Gaia's garden.
  • First Love: To Zeus.
  • Healing Hands: Metis can heal injuries as long as she has water available.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Metis took Nike's form when Cronus decided to kill Nike.
  • The Lost Lenore: Metis' death really broke Zeus.
  • The Smart Girl: She's the one that comes up with most of the plans Zeus' little resistance group does.
  • Meaningful Name: "Metis" is the Greek word for "cunning". Many of her plans involve deception.
  • Must Make Amends: In "Will" and "Distillation", Metis' ghost tries fix Zeus' life by bringing Hera and Athena into it.
  • Princess Curls: Her hair is styled in ringlets.
  • Spirit Advisor: What Metis originally wanted to be for Zeus after her death. She asked Hades to make Zeus swallow her soul so she could be with him, but thanks to Gaia's curse, she decided it was better for Athena to guide him instead of a "fading existence".
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Her daughter Athena has her same face.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Metis falling in love with Zeus and then dying triggered a chain reaction that caused the lives of the Olympians to go south.


Titan of the sun and Apollo's boss.


Titaness of the moon and Artemis' boss.
  • Eyes Always Shut: She chooses to keep them close most of the time, most likely as a homage to her brother.
  • Heroic RRoD: In "A Promise", since Eos got kidnapped, Selene began illuminating the world in order to prevent the world from sinking into eternal darkness, causing her pain.


Titaness of dawn.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Or little sister. Despite being the youngest of his sisters, Eos is actually very defending towards Helios, hunting anyone who makes fun of him.
  • Distressed Damsel: Cronus kidnapped her in order to avoid Helios rising the sun, sinking the world in eternal night.
  • Shipper on Deck: Ships her siblings Helios and Selene together. She helps them get messages to each other as they are unable to interact each other due to being the sun and moon respectively.
  • Third-Person Person: She speaks in this manner to emphasize she's the youngest of her family.
  • Winged Humanoid: Notably the only of her siblings to have wings.


Former blacksmith of the gods, making him Hephaestus' predecessor. A Titan with the power of foresight.
  • Almighty Janitor: Zeus' children seemed to be unaware that their father's blacksmith is actually a Titan, as Ares and Hebe were surprised of seeing the Mark of Titans on Prometheus' forehead.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: He seems to have a more prominent role in "Inflammation" compared to in "Distillation".
  • Early-Bird Cameo: First seen in "Distillation", where he helped with Athena's birth.
  • The Mentor: He took Hephaestus under his wing in order for him to be accepted in Olympus. Not to mention he's genuinely impressed of Heph's skills.
  • Seers: According to Zeus, Prometheus has foresight powers.
  • Third Eye: His Mark of Titan is on his forehead, has the form of an eye and he has foresight powers.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: "Distillation" doesn't show how Prometheus managed to get Athena out of Zeus' mind.
  • Ultimate Blacksmith: He was the former blacksmith, but at the times of Hephaestus' arrival, he was doing pretty badly on his job.

    The Winged Enforcers 
The Winged Enforcers are a group of siblings that became Zeus' first allies in the fight against the Titans and became the enforcers of his laws at the beginning of his regime and his most loyal servants.


The representation of Force. Bia is a, goal-focused woman that never fools around but has a soft spot for her siblings.
  • Amazonian Beauty: Bia, being the personification of Force, is a well build woman, but many readers have said she's beautiful because of it.
  • Boyish Short Hair: A variation; she wears her hair in a mullet.


The representation of Power, Kratos is a strong but easily irritable man. He's a sort of mentor for Zeus and the one closer to the king.


The representation of Zeal, Zelus is a silly young man that seems to have too much energy and a head on the clouds.


The youngest of the Winged Enforcers and the representation of Victory, she's the most valuable of them as she's able to grant absolute victory to whoever she sings for. Mostly seen in the form of an eagle on Athena's shoulder.
  • Animal Motifs: Nike is compared to a bird. Her singing grants victory to whoever she sings for and can take the form of an eagle. When captured by Cronus, she was referred as a caged bird.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Even before being given to Athena, Nike considered the young goddess to be her favorite.
  • Distressed Damsel: She was kept captive by Cronus in order to "keep victory" in his hands.
  • Noble Bird of Prey: When she was given to Athena by Zeus, she became an eagle and "Inflammation" shows why she's the goddess of victory and a Winged Enforcer.
  • The Voiceless: Nike is an interesting case. While she can talk, her voice is inaudible for other people except her siblings, who sometimes talk for her. She's not mute however and her singing is her trademark.

    The Protogonoi 


The primordial mother and the embodiment of Earth.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the planet Earth. Waist-up, she takes the form of a beautiful woman but she's literally melted to the ground from below the waist.
  • Berserk Button: Her will being defied and/or being disrespected in any way will grant you her ire.
  • The Chessmaster: Borderlining in Manipulative Bitch. Gaia often uses her powers to move things to match her will. For the sake of making things more interesting.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Her blue eyes has brown spots that resemble continents, giving the impression she has the Earth on her eyes.
  • The Lifestream: Gods, when they die, don't go to Hades like the mortals, but return to Gaia, the original mother.
  • Mother of a Thousand Young: Gaia is the only shown Protogonoi and she calls herself the mother of every living creature, because she is the very Earth itself.
  • Tsundere: Towards Uranus. She's quite bitter that Uranus doesn't seem to appreciate her, but that just makes his little rare gestures of affection all the more powerful on her. The author jokes that Hera got the "tsundere power" from her.
    "Well, [Uranus is] obviously my sky. And DON'T HATE HIM!"


The primordial father and the embodiment of Sky. The husband of Gaia.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the sky. His body is also made out of sky as well to notch this.
  • Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Something as little as holding Gaia's hand is a big deal of a gesture for both of them. He's constantly seeing every little thing Gaia does and cares a lot for her, he's just not very good at expressing it.
  • Disappeared Dad: Uranus is the only important god that is never mention in the series despite being the significant primordial father. Heck even Eros made his appearance in spite of being a minor Protogonoi.
  • Emotionless Boy: Wordof God revealed that Uranus was aloof and emotionless, and he considered Gaia being by his side was a given and something completely natural.
  • Kissing Under the Influence: The only reason why Uranus and Gaia got together in the first place was thanks to Eros' influence.


The young-looking god of love who's actually one of the Protogonoi, living in Olympus passing as Aphrodite's attendant.


The primordial god of time.
  • Horned Humanoid: Notably the only god who has horns.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Just as Eros is Gaia's, Chronos is one for Eros. He's the only one able to calm Eros down when he goes berserk.
  • Mellow Fellow: In virtue of being the representation of time, he's described as having an endless patience.
  • Seen It All: The author describes him as an old man archetype, who has seen so much, nothing can faze him.


Priest Masca

A supporting character in "Eternal Gift". The priest of one of Poseidon's temples.
  • Karmic Death: He posed as a Poseidon priest in order to destroy Poseida's life and manipulate her into serve him, but he never believed that Poseidon even existed. He was killed by a very enraged Poseidon for driving Poseida into commiting suicide.


The protagonist and titular character of "Sunny". A girl who became an Apollo worshiper after a trip to Greece, where she met a boy named Apollo.


The leader of the Nereids that took care of Hephaestus until he grow up, she seems to be connected to Hera in some way. First introduced in "Inflammation".
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She was secretly very envious of Hera because Thetis is in love with Zeus, but she knew Hera would go against her like she always does with Zeus' lovers.
  • Parental Substitute: A better caretaker to Hephaestus than Hera was.
  • Pointy Ears: Unlike fellow nereid Amphitrite, who has Unusual Ears.
  • Seers: Hera's flashback reveals she has the gift of prophecy, and whenever she declares one she enters into a sort of trance, making her uncapable of remembering what she herself said...or so Hera thought. Thetis does remember her prophesy, and told it in front of Hephaestus just to spite Hera.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Her prophecy scared Hera so much that she hid Hephaestus' existence to prevent its fulfillment, and pushed Hera to basically imprision and psycologically abuse her own son.
  • Woman Scorned: A variation. When Hera makes it look like she hates Thetis, Thetis is so heartbroken that she shows her true colors to rub salt on Hera's wounds.