Poseidon greek god


Poseidon is a god in Greek Mythology as well as in Roman Mythology, where he is known as Neptune. Poseidon is the god of the sea, storms, earthquakes, and horses. He is the son of Kronos and brother to Zeus and Hades.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least High 6-A, likely 5-A

Name: Poseidon/Neptune

Origin: Greek/Roman Mythology

Gender: Male

Age: Thousands of years old

Classification: Olympian God

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Shapeshifting, Limited Air Manipulation and Weather Manipulation, Water Manipulation, Limited Earth Manipulation (known as the Earthshaker and is the source of every earthquake), Can communicate with any kind of aquatic animal as well as horses due to being their patron god, Immortality (Type 1).

Attack Potency: At least Multi-Continent level (Has dominion over all of the tectonic plates on Earth and is ruler of all the seas), likely Large Planet level (Far above Apollo, created many Constellations)

Speed: At least Peak Human, likely Massively FTL (Could challenge Zeus if he wanted to)

Striking Strength: At least Multi-Continent Class, likely higher

Lifting Strength: Mountain Class (Comparable to Hercules and Zeus)

Durability: At least Island level (Took hits from the Titans who could easily destroy islands and mountains), likely Large Planet level (Far above Apollo)

Range: Planetary (Controls all of the oceans and tectonic plates on Earth and a significant portion of the atmosphere due to his dominion as the God of Storms)

Standard Equipment: His trident and all of the creatures of the sea.

Intelligence: An ancient god who has been alive for thousands of years and has fought in several wars. A competent if moody ruler, the denizens of the sea are quite content under his rule, but his mood swings leave him to make poor choices at times and is feared in Roman culture for sending storms their way during their campaigns in Brittania and other areas surrounded by water,

Weaknesses: Short tempered and moody.


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