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The in-game mascot and resident Butt-Monkey. He doesn't appear in the game play properly, but he shows up quite frequently in the win/loss screens as well as on the home screen.
- Amusing Injuries: Denton often finds himself in a world of pain, all of which is Played for Laughs.
- Ascended Extra: He started off as a no name cyclopes who appeared in a few victory screens. Now he shows up just about everywhere.
- Butt-Monkey: He spends inordinate amount of time on fire, poisoned, rejected by the various goddesses, swept up in tornadoes and just generally being beaten to a pulp.
- Cyclops: It's right there in his name.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Surprisingly often. He's been seen taunting Mercury after subduing him and taking complete control over Chronos.
- Did You Just Have Tea With Cthulhu: Sometimes seen partying with various gods, such as sharing a drink with Tyr.
- Do Not Taunt Cthulhu: Constantly. The gods tend to take it pretty poorly, leading to the aforementioned fire, poisoning and beatings
- Good Parents: Surprisingly, he takes good care of his nephew Miles *image . He even introduces him to a few gods.
- Series Mascot: The promotional mascot. Whenever he isn't being beaten, he's announcing deals and sales on the home page.
- Too Dumb to Live: Because taunting a god who has just lost (or being anywhere near some of the gods in general) is a really bad idea.
A recruiter for the Elyians and apparent ally of Athena.
An orphan from a seaport who later meets Homer and tries to rob him. Homer instead tells her about the warring gods and reveals that she is in fact half god, only for her companions to turn into monsters. After Nassa takes care of her former companions Athena appears to correct Homer and tells Nassa she is in fact Iphianassa, a Nereid.
Servants of the gods from the Old Order who have been given the task to take care that Nassa will never learn the truth about her origin and powers so that the Elysians won't recruite her in the war. They were disguised as humans to cover their real identity.