Herakles (/ˈhɛrəkliːz/ IPA, Χερακλεσσ in Olympian, also called Hercules) is the son of Zeus and a mortal woman. Husband of Hebe, he was briefly in charge of his own sector.


Herakles is one of the favorite children of Zeus, despite being a demigod. He married Hebe, youngest daughter of Zeus and Hera.

When Hestia was exiled from Olympus, her sector was placed under his rule for an unknown period of time.


Immortality: Herakles does not age; he has kept his current apparent age for thousands of years.

Invulnerability: Herakles is naturally invulnerable to injury.

Godlike strength: Herakles is as strong as he thinks he is; he is considered one of the strongest gods in the Olympian Galaxy.

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


  • He inherited Hestia's sector after her exile. It's unknown how he lost it in the last 2700 years.
  • While Herakle's mother was mortal, there is immortal blood on both sides of his family: his maternal great-grandfather Perseus was the son of Zeus
  • According to Ares, Herakles was born on Earth

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