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Post by Anin on Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:28 pm

Demigod Information

Demigod Abilities are the inherited powers of a demigod from their godly parent or ancestor. Although most share at least one trait of ADHD or Dyslexia, their abilities are dependent on their divine parentage.

In The Lost Hero, the gods are shown to be able to influence what powers their children possess. They can also see through the Mist, though they may still be fooled when the Mist is very tightly woven. This clear sight is not exclusive to just demigods, as some humans may have this ability as well.

There are general abilities that all demigods (at least all the Greek-Roman Demigods) possess which included:

Superhuman Strength: Demigods are far stronger than any humans. The children of the Big Three and Ares/Mars are even stronger.

Superhuman Speed and Agility: All Demigods are faster and more agile than humans. The children of Iris/Arcus and Hermes/Mercury are even faster.

Superhuman Durability: Demigods are much more durable than humans.

Superhuman Healing: Demigods can heal faster and with more finality than humans and sustain far greater damage.

Superhuman Senses: Demigods five senses (hearing, smelling, sight, etc) are greatly increased.

“ I don't know, Percy, but every hero has one. If you don't find it and learn to control it ... well, they don't call it 'fatal' for nothing. ”
–Annabeth Chase talking about fatal flaws, in The Sea of Monsters

Fatal Flaws are mental or physical weaknesses that demigods, humans, and immortals possess. These flaws can often cause the downfall of the being, but are particularly dangerous to demigods. In Greek plays, they are often referred to as "Tragic Flaws".

Examples of flaws:

  • Excessive personal loyalty
  • Hubris (deadly pride
  • Holding grudges
  • Ambition
  • Inferiority complex
  • Vanity
  • Curiosity
  • Anxiety
  • Their past
  • Excessive wrath
  • Low self-esteem
  • Recklessness
  • Temptation to deliberate
  • Short-temper
  • Impulsiveness/recklessness

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