Greek gods and Greek goddesses are fascinating characters. In some ways, they are very much like human beings; the gods and goddesses are gendered, have marital relationships and have parental relationships. On the other hand, they can reproduce asexually, and some of them don't resemble humans very much, being more amorphous "forces" than intelligences. To this end, myths try to identify their characteristics, and systems as disparate as numerology and astrology attempt to know the will of the gods. When looked at without emotional investment, the gods are of comparable power and character, regardless of the specific god or goddess in question.
What would it take to defeat a god? There is only one god of war, after all. How would one defeat the god of music, or the god of storms? How would one even define the parameters of such a contest? More importantly, what being would be capable of such things? The answer is simple: goddesses. Here is the scenario: You will play the part of a goddess, make a variety of decisions, and we will run those past our divine behavioral experts who will determine, of the pantheon of Greek gods, which one you would be apt to defeat. Are you ready to exhibit a little hubris with us? Take the quiz!