Disney's Hercules - Zeus
A true hero is not measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart.
~ Zeus


Zeus is the King of the Olympian Gods and the father of the legendary hero Hercules. He first appeared in the Disney's 1997 feature film, Hercules.

Powers and Stats

Tier: High 4-C

Name: Zeus

Origin: Disney

Gender: Male

Age: At least Thousands of Years old

Classification: God of the Sky, King of Olympus, Father of Hercules, Brother of Hades

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Type 1, likely more as it was stated that gods could not be killed and Pain and Panic had to use a potion to take away baby Hercules' immortality before trying to kill him), Matter Manipulation (Can turn clouds into chairs and pillars, Can create stars), Soul Manipulation (Can physically interact with disembodied souls), Life Manipulation (Can create Pegasuses from clouds), Creation, Weather Manipulation, Lightning Manipulation, Healing, Shapeshifting, Size-Shifting, Sealing, Flight / Levitation, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Resistance to Fate Manipulation / Life & Death Manipulation (As a god, Zeus can't be killed by the Sisters of Fate)

Attack Potency: Large Star level (Casually rearranged and spontaneously generated stars, creating a constellation. Easily defeated all of the Titans both in the past and in the present)

Speed: At least Massively Hypersonic+ (At least as fast as Lightning), likely Massively FTL+ Combat and Attack Speed (Controlled many stars forming a constellation)

Lifting Strength: At least Stellar, likely higher (Far stronger than Hercules, who lifted the Sun)

Striking Strength: Large Star Class with thunderbolts

Durability: Large Star level (He was never injured by the combined might of the titans)

Stamina: Godlike

Range: Stellar

Standard Equipment: Lightning bolts

Intelligence: Zeus is portrayed as a competent, good-natured ruler who is loved by Gods and mortals alike (with the exception of Hades and his minions). He is not above the use of coercion, zapping Phil with a casual lightning bolt to get him to train his son, Hercules. However, he is sometimes too trusting for his own good, as he failed to notice Hades' preparations to overthrow him, allowing all of Olympus to be seized by the Titans despite his best efforts.

Weaknesses: None notable


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