The Greek Gods - Each of these characters explains some mysterious or inexplicable aspect of the universe, such as the forces of nature, the stars, or even human emotions.
The Norse Gods - These characters were similar to their Greek counterparts in that they had human appearances and characteristics, but they were not as petty and did not indulge in as many affairs or questionable behavior.
Hercules - This character was the hero who completed twelve tasks to make up for the murder of his family.
Perseus - This character was the hero who fought and killed Medusa.
Theseus - This character was the hero who famously fought the Minotaur.
Jason - This character was the man who sailed on the Argo with a crew of heroes to retrieve the Golden Fleece from Colchis.
Achilles - During the Trojan War, this character was the great hero and...
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