#1 Posted by boob (399 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by boob (399 posts) - - Show Bio

500 feet apart 
knock out 
blood lust  
no outside help 
1 hour of prep 
No Odinforce
Winner becomes king and queen of  Asgardians & Olympians.

#3 Posted by DaAwesome2 (277 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this Marvel Zeus and Hera? If so then you're really making this Zeus/Hera vs Odin as Frigga doesn't have any powers from what I recall.

#4 Posted by New_World_Order (13893 posts) - - Show Bio

Frigga doesn't even have feats. So it's basically Hera & Zeus VS Odin.

#5 Posted by Smart_Dork_Dude (3003 posts) - - Show Bio

I think Odin with Odin Force can take Zeus and Hera

#6 Posted by ShootingNova (20900 posts) - - Show Bio

If it is Marvel, then this:

@ThunderGodsWrath said:

Frigga doesn't even have feats. So it's basically Hera & Zeus VS Odin.

If it is Mythology, its this:


Zeus alone (depending on the mythology) can solo.

He then freed his father's brothers, whom Uranus had chained. In token of gratitude, they offered him thunder and lightning. Furnished with such weapons, Zeus can thenceforth command "both mortals and immortals" (Theog. 493-506).

-- Taken from A History of Religious Ideas Vol. 1

... a monstrous being, Typhon, son of Gaea and Tartarus, rises against Zeus.

"From his shoulders came a hundred snake heads, frightful dragons, thrusting out blackish tongues; and from his eyes.... flared a light like fire," etc. (Theog. 824 ff.). Zeus struck him with this thunderbolts and cast him down into Tartarus.

-- Taken from A History of Religious Ideas Vol. 1

For already in Homer Zeus recovers the splendors and powers of a true Indo-European sovereign god. He is more than a god of the "vast sky," he is "the father of gods and men" (Iliad 1.544). And in a fragment of his Heliades (frag. 70 Nauck), Aeschylus proclaims: "Zeus is the ether, Zeus is the earth, Zeus is the sky. Yes, Zeus is all that is above all."

-- Taken from A History of Religious Ideas Vol. 1

Consciousness of his omnipotence is admirably illustrated in the famous scene in the Iliad (8.17 ff.) in which Zeus makes this challenge to the Olympians: "Then [you] will see how far I am strongest of all the immortals. Come, you gods, make this endeavor, that you all may learn this. Let down out of the sky a cord of gold; lay hold of it all you who are gods and all who are goddesses, yet not even so can you drag down Zeus from the sky to the ground, not Zeus the high lord of counsel, though you try until you grow weary. Yet whenever I might strongly be minded to pull you, I could drag you up, earth and all and sea and all with you, then fetch the golden rope about the horn of Olympos and make it fast, so that all once more should dangle in mid air. So much stronger am I than the gods, and stronger than mortals" (trans. Richmond Lattimore, The Iliad of Homer [Chicago, 1951]).

-- Taken from A History of Religious Ideas Vol. 1

[253] And now his thunder bolts would Jove wide scatter, but he feared the flames, unnumbered, sacred ether might ignite and burn the axle of the universe: and he remembered in the scroll of fate, there is a time appointed when the sea and earth and Heavens shall melt, and fire destroy the universe of mighty labour wrought. Such weapons by the skill of Cyclops forged, for different punishment he laid aside—for straightway he preferred to overwhelm the mortal race beneath deep waves and storms from every raining sky.

-- Taken from Metmorhoses Book 1

"So then, [Zeus] by engulfing Erikepaios the Firstborn [Phanes], he had the body of all things in his belly, and he mixed into his own limbs the god’s power and strength. Because of this, together with him, everything came to be again inside Zeus, the broad air and the lofty splendour of heaven, the undraining sea and earth’s glorious seat, great Okeanos and the lowest Tartara of the earth, rivers and boundless sea and everything else, and all the immortal blessed gods and goddesses, all that had existed and all that was to exist afterwards became one and grew together in the belly of Zeus. After he had hidden them all away, again into the glad light from his holy heart he brought them up, performing mighty acts."

-- Taken from Orphica, Rhapsodies Fragment 167

And to let you know, Phanes is God (Deus).

#7 Posted by New_World_Order (13893 posts) - - Show Bio

@ShootingNova: Interesting.

#8 Edited by boob (399 posts) - - Show Bio

Frigga has the gift of profecy, she is the one who saw that it was through Balder's death that is the start of Ragnarok. Using magic she made it so no mortal harm can come to him, she skipped mistletoe. She also is one of the Goddesses that helped train the Young Gods. 

#9 Posted by boob (399 posts) - - Show Bio