They were the greatest rulers in all mythology! The Greek gods are the most fearsome, bad ass, beautiful and downright devastating in all the pantheons; they're also the most popular. These beings fought for and with humans and have shaped much of our history. Just the mere fact that you remind people of one of them is impressive, but just who do they think you're like?
Are you like Apollo, son of Zeus, god of music, prophecy and truth, whose symbol is the lyre and whose twin sister is Artemis, the goddess of the hunt? Are you like Dionysus, the party god who had a love for consumption, who also represented fertility, theater and of course, wine and winemaking? Are you like Zeus, the king of the gods (and Mount Olympus), the ruler of the skies and thunder and the man with many, many consorts? Or are you like Poseidon, the tempestuous ruler of the seas, earthquakes and horses; the god who can be as kind as he can be cruel?
So, we'll ask you a few questions about yourself- answer them as truthfully as possible- and we'll tell you who people liken you to. And bragging rights go to whoever gets Zeus; he was, after all, the king of the gods.
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