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|“||How could it not be possible. In ancient times, this was common sense. Each country, sometimes each city, had its own pantheon of gods. We Olympians have always been used to living in close proximity to, ah...the competition.||”|
–Apollo explaining to Thalia how different gods exist in The Dark Prophecy.
Gods are a race of divine immortal beings who control the forces of nature and rule large portions of the Earth. Most gods are described as being part of a family or pantheon, and they rely on their mortal devotees for worship. Although the word "god" can be gender-neutral and applied to either female or male, the gender-adapted terms for a male would be known as "god", whereas a female would be called a "goddess".
Gods have an array of powers and abilities, typically related to a specific theme or aspect of mortal life, such as war, love, wisdom, or death. Only a small number of artifacts have the power to kill a god. Gods of sufficient power are also capable of killing one another, though such action is usually prohibited within their various pantheons.
- Greek Gods, shown in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians and The Heroes of Olympus series.
- Roman Gods, shown in The Heroes of Olympus series.
- Egyptian Gods, shown in The Kane Chronicles series.
- Norse Gods, shown in Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series.
- Aztec Gods, mentioned by Apollo and Magnus Chase.
- Yoruba Gods, mentioned by Apollo and Jimmy.
- God (metaphysical), mentioned by Chiron, Dionysus, and Magnus Chase.