Hebe (/ˈhiːbi/ IPA, Χεβε in Olympian) is the Greek goddess of youth, the youngest daughter of Zeus and Hera, married to Herakles.


Hebe is one of the youngest Greek gods. A shy and quiet goddess, she married Herakles against her mother's wishes.

After the Mortal Uprising and the awakening of Tiamat, Hera took advantage of the chaos to give Hebe the former sectors of Hekate and the Talos.


Immortality: Hebe does not age; she has kept her current apparent age for thousands of years.

Flight: Hebe can lift her own body telekinetically. It's unknown if she can fly faster than light.

Invulnerability: By placing a mental lock on her molecular structure, Hebe can prevent her body from being harmed.

Telekinesis: Hebe can move objects with her mind.

Godlike strength: Hebe is as strong as she thinks she is.

Godlike stamina: Hebe doesn’t need to eat, drink or sleep.

Universal translator: Hebe can understand any language instantly. People around her will have the same ability, but it will fade over time without prolonged contact.


  • Despite being the goddess of youth, she's older than at least one goddess: her niece Tyche
  • Her marriage to Herakles was decided by Zeus, despite the objections of both Hebe and Hera

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