Helen was the goddess of beauty and perfection and she is a former Monarch. Helen has enemy's even though she seems like the sweetest woman on earth her enemies are: Achilles and the Greek Armies, Megapenthes, Nicostratus, Odysseus, Orestes, Polyxo, and her maids. Helen is the daughter of Zeus, Ruler of the Olympian gods and the Calydonian princess, Leda, a wife of King Tyndareus of Sparta. Leda had a vision of her pregnancy in which a swan bestowed her four eggs out of which sprang her four children. Spartan priests translated the dream by claiming it meant that some of her children were going to be of divine birth. Helen grew up to be particularly beautiful. Helen possesses the conventional physical attributes of the Olympian Gods. Like all Olympian Gods, she is immortal. She has not aged since attaining godhood and cannot die by any known conventional means. She is immune to all known terrestrial diseases and is invulnerable to conventional injury. If wounded, her godly life force would enable her to recover with superhuman speed. It would take an injury of such magnitude that it dispersed a major portion of her bodily molecules to cause her a physical death. Even then, it might be possible for Zeus or Poseidon or a number of gods of equal power working together to revive her. Helen does have some superhuman strength and her own Olympian metabolism gives her far greater than human endurance in all physical activities.  (Olympian flesh and bone is about three times as dense as similar human tissue, contributing to the Olympian’s superhuman strength and weight).Helen also has significant potential to tap into and manipulate mystical energies, but her level of expertise even over several centuries is nowhere near that of Aphrodite, Athena or Artemis. She can teleport from Olympus to Earth, mystically change and alter her attire, superficially control the weather, erect force fields, assume states of intangibility or gigantic statures at will and throw fields of electrostatic force identical to lightning bolts. Helen has little prowess in unarmed combat, but she has a keen mind and a gifted capacity for resourcefulness. Her abduction by Paris brought about the Trojan War.


Father: Zeus
Mother: Leda
Siblings: Castor, Polydeuces and Clytemnstra
Husband: King Tyndareus