Dione, the Mother Goddess of Mount Olympos (Olympus).
Eos, the Dawn; mother of the Winds.
(Dawn, Eos, Erigeneia)
Enyo, one of the Graiai (the Gray Sisters); the daughters of Keto (Ceto) and Phorkys (Phorcys).
(Enyo, Bellona, Gray Sisters, Graiai)
Erida, the wearisome goddess of Hate.
Erinys, the Mist-Walking and the Kindly One; punisher of the unfaithful.
(Erinyes, Erinys, Furiae, Furies, Tisiphone, Megaera, Alecto, Alekto)
Eris, the goddess of Discord and Strife.
(Eris, Discordia, Discord)
Eros, the primal god of Love; using arrows of gold and lead, he would wound the hearts of mortals and Immortals alike.
Eurynome, one of the many daughters of Ocean; the mother of the Graces.
The Fates, the Daughters of Necessity; born of Zeus and Themis.
(Fates, Morae, Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos, Klotho, Lakhesis, Moiras, Keras, Moirai, Moira)
Gorgons, the daughters of Phorkys and Keto (Ceto); with snakes about their heads and wrists, Medusa, Sthenno and Euryale were so hideous, the shock of seeing them would turn anyone to stone.
(Gorgon, Medusa, Sthenno, Euryale)
Graces, the daughters of Zeus and Eurynome; the attendants of Aphrodite (goddess of Love) and the incarnations of Grace and Charm.
(The Graces, Graces, Aglaia, Euphrosyne, Thalia, The Charities, Charities)
Hades, Lord of the Underworld; the son of Kronos (Cronos) and Rheia (Rhea).
(Hades, Underworld, Pluto)
Hebe, the goddess of Youth; the daughter of Zeus and Hera; the wife of Herakles (Heracles).
Helios, the Sun; the son of Hyperion and Eryphaesa; he sees everything his light touches.
(Helios, Sun God, the Sun)
Hephaistos, the god of the Smith; the son of Hera and artificer of the Olympians.
(Hephaistos, Hephaestus, Vulcan)
Hera, the daughter of Kronos (Cronos) and Rheia (Rhea); the wife to Zeus; the most beautiful of the Immortals.
Herakles, the ultimate hero; the son of Zeus and Alkmene (Alcmene).
(Herakles, Hercules, The Twelve Labors)
Hermes, the wing shod messenger of the Olympians; the son of Zeus and Maia.
(Hermes, Mercury, Argeiphontes)
Hestia, the virgin goddess of the Hearth and humble domestic joy.
Hyperion, the Titan; father of Helios (the Sun), Eos (the Dawn) and Selene (the Moon).
Hypnos, the god of Sleep; a child of Nix (Night) and the brother of Thanatos (Death).
Io, the Heifer-Maiden who rejected the love of Zeus.
Iris, the Wind-Footed messenger of the Immortals.
Kalypso, the queenly Nymph and lover of Odysseus.
(Calypso, Kalypso, Nymph, Nymphs)
Kheiron, the most righteous of the Centaurs; the powerful master of many arts and sciences.
(Cheiron, Kheiron, Centaurs, Centaur, Eurytion)
Kirke, the Dread Goddess; the daughter of Helios and the mistress of potions and spells.
Kronos, the Titan; father of the Olympians.
(Kronos, Cronos, Cronus, Saturn)
Leto, the consort of Zeus and mother of Apollon and Artemis.
The Muses attend the festivals on Olympos and entertain and inspire the other gods with their wit and charm.
The Nereids, the fifty daughters of Nereus and Doris.
(The Nereids, Nereids, Thetis, Agaue, Aktaia, Amphinome, Amphithoe, Apseudes, Dexamene, Doris, Doto, Dynamene, Galateia, Glauke, Halia, Iaira, Ianassa, Ianeira, Kallianassa, Kallianeira, Klymene, Kumodoke, Kumothoe, Limnoreia, Maira, Melite, Nemertes, Nesaie, Oreithyia, Pherousa, Panope, Proto, Speio, Thaleia, Thoe)
Odysseus, the hero of the Trojan War and the long suffering traveler in The Odyssey.
Orai, the three sisters, Eunomia (Harmony), Dyke (Justice) and Eirene (Peace) assist the Olympians by organizing the Seasons and adding balance to Nature.
(Hours, The Hours, Eunomia, Dyke, Eiren, Horae, The Horae, Orai)
Pan, the Goat-God; he prances through the fertile countryside in the company of Nymphs playing his seven-reed pipe in wild abandon.
(Pan, Faunus, Goat God)
Persephone, the daughter of Demeter and Zeus; the wife of Hades and queen of the Underworld.
Poseidon, the lord the Sea; son of Kronos (Cronos) and Rheia (Rhea).
Prometheus, the rebel god; in defiance of Zeus, he gave fire and other comforts to the mortals on the earth.
Rheia, the wife of devious Kronos (Cronos) and mother to the Olympians.
Rivers; the children of Okeanos (Ocean); Immortals who have chosen rivers as their earthly bodies.
(Rivers, Acheloios, Akheloios, Aiseopos, Alpheios, Asopos, Axios, Boagrios, Grenikos, Gyge, Hermos, Hyllos, Hypereia, Karesos, Kephisos, Lykia, Maiandros, Messeis, Minyeios, Ocean, Okeanos, Parthenios, Peneios, Rhesos, Rhodios, Sangarious, Satnioeis, Simoei, Skamandros, Spercheios, Styx, Titaressos, Xanthos)
Skylla, the man-eating she-beast with six heads.
(Skylla, Charybdis, Kharybdis)
Styx, the eldest daughter of Okeanos (Ocean) and Tethys; any Immortal who pours the waters of Styx and swears an oath, is solemnly bound to tell only the truth.
Thanatos, the god of Death; a child of Nix (Night) and the brother of Hypnos (Sleep).
Thetis, one of the fifty daughters of Nereus and Doris; the wife of Peleus and the mother of Akhilleus (Achilles).
The Winds are Immortals who have chosen the air as their earthly bodies.
(Winds, Eos, Boreas, Eurus, Notus, Zephyros, North Wind, East Wind, South Wind, West Wind, Kaikias, Caicias, Apeliotes, Lips, Skiron, Sciron)
Zeus, the Olympian; the son of Kronos (Cronos) and Rheia (Rhea); lord of the Sky.