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Hebe is the goddess of youth and wife of Herakles, she is currently unvoiced.


Physical Appearance

Height: 5’8

Weight: 160 lbs

Hair Color: Black, often dyed pink at the ends.

Facial Hair: None

Eyes: Green

Distinguishing Features: None.


Parents: Hera and Zeus

Siblings: Eris, Ares, Hephaestus, Eleutheria, Eileithyia, Enyo, Arge, Angelos

Spouse: Herakles.

Children: Alexiares and Aniketos


Hebe is the Executive Secretary for Zeus.


Hebe lives with her husband Herakles a few blocks down from the God Complex

Personal Information

General Overview: Hebe was the former cupbearer for Zeus until she was replaced by Ganymede. During this time, she met her husband Herakles and got married to him. When Zeus built the God Complex, he asked his daughter to be his Executive Secretary. Hebe is also the Goddess who is responsible for blessing the Ambrosia made by Hestia, granting eternal youth. Without her blessing, Ambrosia will grant eternal youth, but they will still age.

Deity Nicknames: None

Likes: The color pink, Organization, Makeup, Fancy Clothing, Her Children, Candy

Dislikes: Alcohol, Darkness, Laziness, Quietness


Soft Hearted. Due to her youthful nature, Hebe cannot resist helping those who need assistance. Even if it gets her into trouble in the end.

Childish. Being the Goddess of Youth can have her acting like a child sometimes. She works hard to keep herself mature at work but when she gets home, she is able to be herself.

Skills / Abilities

Immortality. Technically immortal. Immune to the effects of aging, cannot die by any conventional means, and is immune to all known mortal diseases and infections. As a deity, they are able to teleport, or "pop" anywhere in the mortal plane with a few exceptions, the God Floors of the GC HQ are mystically protected, so no teleporting to or in between them, anything on the non-mortal plane, i.e., the Underworld, Atlantis, and the Void, are non-accessible without a guide.

Mother Tongue. As the bridge between the mortal world and the divine, they speak all languages mortals do, even the long dead ones.

Eternal Youth. Hebe grants eternal youth to the gods, so long as she lives, the gods remain young as do immortals. She is one of the three necessary elements of becoming a deity


Normal Daily Wear: While at work, Hebe wears the finest designer outfits that money can buy. She takes most of her inspiration from the movie Devil’s Wears Prada. Almost always she's wearing an element of pink.

Alternative Wear: At home, Hebe will wear sweatpants and sweatshirts to relax.

Magical Artifacts/Weapons


Historical Synopsis

HEBE was the goddess of youth and the cupbearer of the gods who served ambrosia at the heavenly feast. She was also the patron goddess of the young bride and an attendant of the goddess Aphrodite.

Herakles (Heracles) received Hebe in marriage upon his ascension to Olympos, a wedding which reconciled the hero with Hebe's mother Hera.

In Greek vase painting Hebe was depicted either as the bride of Herakles, or the cupbearer of the gods, pouring ambrosia from a pitcher. Sometimes she had wings like the goddesses Iris and Nike.

Hebe's male counterpart was the boy Ganymedes and her opposite number was Geras (Old Age). She may have been equated with Selene's daughter Pandeia. Her Roman name was Juventas.[1]