Telemachus is one of the central characters of Homer's Odyssey, an ancient mythological epic. He's the son of one of Earth's mightiest mortals, Odysseus. However whereas his father is known for being a man of courage, fortitude and cunningness, Telemachus is a timid and naive young man.
Despite his immense strength and power that far surpass even the strongest of men, Telemacus's lies in his father's shadow, and lacks the bravery to stand up for himself when he and his mother get abused by the suitors.
When Telemachus finally reunites with Odysseus after many years, he learns to become more courageous. Along with eventually showing signs that he'll one day grow to be a fierce warrior like his father.
Powers and Stats
Classification: Human, Prince
Speed: Peak Human (Fought off multiple highly skilled warriors at once alongside Odysseus.)
Lifting Strength: Superhuman (While pulling the string is no easy task for him, he can still do it. Whereas Peak Human soldiers or multiple extraordinarily athletic men at once couldn't make it budge in the slightest)
Striking Strength: Wall Class
Durability: Wall level (Can somewhat withstand the tension of the bow.)
Stamina: Very high (Able fight against numerous conditioned men on his own without much tiring)
Range: Standard melee range, higher with weaponry
Standard Equipment: Various swords and shields
Intelligence: A skilled and knowledgable combatant who can strategize like his father, though notably callow without much experience.
Weaknesses: Rather naive, inexperienced and lacks courage, though he helps overcome these flaws by the end of the story.