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Zeus (ゼウス?) is the king of the Greek pantheon of gods.



Zeus is the King of the Gods in Greek mythology, and the God of the Sky and Lightning. The youngest son of the leaders of the Titans, Cronus and Rhea, he was spared by his mother from the fate of being swallowed by his father which had befallen his older siblings, due to Cronus's fear that his children would overthrow him just as he had overthrown his father Uranus. After growing up, he caused Cronus to regurgitate his siblings and subsequently led them in a war against the Titans. Defeating the Titans and sealing most of them within Tartarus, Zeus ruled from atop Mt. Olympus, overseeing the world with the other deities of his generation, the Olympians.

Zeus is somewhat infamous for his pursuits and offspring, known for having fathered many gods and demigods with a large number of women, often bringing the wrath and jealousy of his spouse Hera down upon them in the process. He is father of both Heracles and Perseus.[1] Although there is no proof, Alexander the Great was also called his son in some stories and consequently gained Divinity as a Heroic Spirit. The Divine Bulls that pull Gordius Wheel, which were an offering to him stolen by Alexander, are called the "Children of Zeus" and generate lightning that is said to be a manifestation of Zeus.[2]


According to Europa, Zeus views humanity as his distant great grandchildren.[3]


Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the LostbeltEdit

Main article: Zeus (Lostbelt) Zeus is said to be allied with Kirschtaria Wodime in his Lostbelt and was the one who named the Lostbelt's Fantasy Tree Atlas, after the Titan condemned to hold up the heavens in Greek mythology.[4]


The power most commonly attributed to Zeus is that of lightning and the thunderbolt is considered his primary weapon.


  1. Fate/Grand Order - Europa's My Room Lines
  2. Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt - Götterdämmerung: Eternal Ice-Flame Century, Chapter 6
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