Themis (/ˈθiːmᵻs/ IPA, Τχεμησ in Olympian) is the Greek Goddes of Divine Law, presiding over the legal matters between the Greek gods.


Themis is one of the daughters of Gaea and Uranus, older sister to Kronos. She was spared by Zeus after his rise to power, possibly because of the birth of their daughter Dike.

Despite being the Goddess of Divine Law she has little influence over her family: while she's generally respected she has repeatedly failed to keep her family in check: she wasn't consulted during Hestia's exile or the rulings of the Nine Gods, leading to Hera taking away her role and appointing her as an ambassador to other galaxies.


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

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

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

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

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

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

Size alteration: Themis can alter her physical body to become much larger. She typically appears to be twenty stories high.


  • She doesn't have eyes, only smooth skin where they're supposed to be. This doesn't seem to affect her vision.

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