Zeus
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Zeus is the head of the 12 Olympians and the Greek Gods. He is also one of Gods who rule over a major realm, the other two being Posideon and Hades. He is the God of the skies, air, lightning, law, order, and justice.

Zeus is well-known for his erotic escapades, and has fathered many Gods and Demigods. He is married to his sister Hera, who is less than pleased with his actions. Zeus is the child of Cronus and Rhea, and the youngest of his siblings. After Zeus defeated his father and freed his sibilings, Zeus eradicated the Titans and was named King of the Gods. His Roman nickname was Jupiter. For more information on Zeus' mythos please read here.

Zeus has limited contact with humans since the fall of Greece and Rome. He still however maintains his reputation, by both laying with other Goddesses, Nymphs, and sometimes mortals. He has sired many children, however in accordance to the Divine Inheritance Pact instigated by all the Divine, Zeus has only one child who has inherited part of his powers.

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