Zeus was the king of the Olympian/Greek Deities and God of the Sky and Lightning.


Zeus appeared as a muscular blue skin male with a white beard and dark blue eyebrows. Zeus radiated a blue glow of divinity and wore a white chiton.


Zeus was the son of the Titan king, Cronus, who went mad with power and threatened to consume the cosmos. Zeus challenged his father and defeated him, taking control of the cosmos himself. He then chained his father to an asteroid after stripping him of his power and sent him forever hurtling into space. Afterwards, Zeus sent the Gems of Cronus, the source of his father's great power, to Earth in hopes they would be forever lost.


As a God, Zeus wields unimaginable power and his status as king of the Greek deities shows his power is great even by divine standards. He managed to defeat his father, Cronus, in single combat while his father was at the peak of his power.

  • Lightning Bolts - Zeus can throw powerful lightning bolts of energy at enemies and one was enough to quickly defeat his near-omnipotent father.
  • Immortality - As a deity, Zeus is able to live forever.