I believe everybody remembers when Typhon was draged down to Tartarus with the help of Poseidon`s army. The thing is that all gods were in their godly form, and I think that so was Typhon. Why then didn`t teh Cyclops became dust at sight?

First. It`s commonly known that Typhon is the god of droughts or violent storms. He`s son of Gaea and Tartarus so it can be inferred that he was an all powerful god, with a giant form and more powers than any of the Olympians. Also there is no reason why he wouldn`t be in his godly form, since he was in his hardest batlle since he was buried under Mt. Etna.

Second, all the gods were in their true form. Just being around would be deadly. Seeing that fight would make you become no more than a pile of sand.

Nevertheless, Tyson could not only watch it, but attack Typhon. How? Are Cyclops and Maremand invulnerable to this kind of power? Could anyone stand by?Blackjack22 (talkcontribs) 13:34, December 6, 2011 (UTC)Blackjack22