Strength was with his hands in all that he did and the feet of the strong god were untiring. From his shoulders grew a hundred heads of a snake, a fearful dragon, with dark, flickering tongues, and from under the brows of his eyes in his marvellous heads flashed fire, and fire burned from his heads as he glared. And there were voices in all his dreadful heads which uttered every kind of sound unspeakable; for at one time they made sounds such that the gods understood, but at another, the noise of a bull bellowing aloud in proud ungovernable fury; and at another, the sound of a lion, relentless of heart; and at another, sounds like whelps, wonderful to hear; and again, at another, he would hiss, so that the high mountains re-echoed.
~ Hesiod, Theogony


Typhon is a monstrous giant from Greek mythology that challenged the Olympians for control of Olympus. He is the son of Gaia and Tartarus.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 5-B, possibly High 3-A

Name: Typhon, former god of the hurricanes, father of monsters

Origin: Greek/Roman Mythology

Classification: Giant

Gender: Male

Age: Thousands of years old (younger than the Olympians)

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman strength, speed, reactions and durability, can use the wind and the water to make hurricanes, can use lava, can use fire, can make earthquakes, Immortality (Types 1 and 5), can grow into a gigantic size, Flight, has dozens of dragon and snake heads as tentacles, could instill fear into anyone who looked into his eyes

Attack Potency: At least Planet level+ (Due to his size and mass), possibly High Universe level

Speed: At least Relativistic (Due to his size and mass), Possibly Omnipresent

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: At least Planet  Class+, possibly High Universal

Durability: At least Planet level+, possibly High Universe level

Stamina: Likely limitless. His feet were said to be tireless.

Range: At least Planetary (Due to his size), Possibly universal.

Standard Equipment: None

Intelligence: Average Human

Weaknesses: None Notable


Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:


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