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Artemis was the Olympian Goddess of the Hunt and the Wild.

Biography

First Invasion of Earth

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War of the Gods

Ares, violently rebelled against his father Zeus, starting the War of the Gods on Olympus, which resulted in him facing and ultimately slaying Artemis in battle, along with all other Olympian Gods.

Legacy

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Personality

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Powers and abilities

  • Olympian God physiology: As an Olympian Goddess, Artemis is a phenomenally powerful divine being, though not on Zeus, Poseidon and Hades, or Ares.
    • Immortality: Artemis, due to her being an Olympian Goddess, has lived for millennia without visibly aging, with her far predating the creation of humanity
    • Super strength: Artemis has an immense level of physical strength.
    • Invulnerability: Artemis, as an Olympian Goddess, is immune to death by normal superficial means. However, she can be slain by other gods, given as how Ares was able to kill her in the War of the Gods.
    • Omnilingualism: Artemis, as an Olympian Goddess, has the ability to fluently speak, read, and understand all human languages, even currently dead ones.

  • Master combatant: Artemis, as the Goddess of Hunt, is an extremely skilled and formidable combatant.
    • Expert archer: Artemis was an immensely skilled archer, as her primary weapon against the forces of Steppenwolf's armada was an enchanted bow, to which she used to slay numerous Parademons and bring down a number of Apokoliptian ships.

  • Beings of Equal power: Artemis, when fighting other Olympian Gods (such as Ares), is more vulnerable, as they are powerful enough to injure and even kill Athena, notably when Ares was ultimately able to slay her in the War of the Gods.

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