Yes, there are stories were the Greek gods come down to a mortal. Usually this happened because the mortal angered the gods.
Yes. The even had kids with them.
According to Greek mythology, Pandora was the first mortal woman.
if they wished to become mortal they could be. ----------------------------------------------------------------- edit: As far as I know, the legend says that the gods of the ancient Greece had to consume ambrosia (sustenance for gods) to sustain their godhood.
greek gods are not like humans, humans are like greek gods. the difference is that e are mortal and they are immortal. they only have powers because the take care of their section of the earth.
They were demigods. Half god, half human.
It's impossible for a mortal to become a God
Pandora was a mortal created by the gods.
Look up the Anchiant greek myth in a book or to save you time, ask me this "What is the story of the 2 gods and 2 mortal in a greek city."
Gods were immortal and had enormous powers. Humans were mortal and had little power.
Actually it's a mortal,Hercules
Mortal Gods was created in 1980.
Some believe that they did get involved in mortal wars. One legend is that Ares possessed Achilles, the great Greek hero. If the gods got involved in war, they tried to assume a mortal form, sometimes of a great hero.
Any and all - the Greek gods are amazingly petty.
Yes. The series is about people who are half greek god and half mortal. All the major gods and some minor ones are in the series.
PANDORA was the very first woman who was formed out of clay by the gods.
no Pandora is the first mortal or human ever created. the gods wanted another being to live, but they didnt want them as powerful as the gods themselves, so they created the mortal in the image of the gods, but she was powerless. they named her Pandora, and its a girl because the gods wanted to make her in aphrodites form
They exist in greek and roman mythology as beings with one mortal and one immortal parent.
Yes. For example, Zeus had multiple children with mortal women.
Both in a sense. Norse gods were not immortal in the way Greek gods were. They aged and could be killed, though they did not die naturally, or get disease.
No the Greek gods were not "grumpy". In fact, most of them were quite cheerful. However, they tended to take sides in mortal wars. It is believed that in WW2 the Greek gods took sides. They don't fight in the mortals' wars, but they start their own wars with each other because they disagree about who should/will be victorious in the mortal wars. In general though, the gods were not grumpy. They merely had minor discrepancies that caused anger and irritation occasionally leading to wars.
Hera was Queen of Heaven, there was little that the other gods and goddesses would not do for her: besides which, the powers of gods and goddesses can not be limited by the mortal imagination.
They will not. They are immortal. Immortal meaningnot mortal; not liable or subject to death; undying: our immortal souls.
Ambrosia Indeed, ambrosia was "the food of the Olympian gods." Nectar was the drink of the gods, and mead, served by the abducted mortal, Ganymede, is often regaded as the intoxicating beverage of those gods. FrederickM
Many Greek gods go into disguise when interacting with mortals. Zeus often had love affairs with mortal women and often disguised himself. When the Greek gods wished to test mortals, they would disguise themselves as well, for example in the myth of Baucis and Philemon. Sometimes the gods disguised themselves as mortals, and sometimes as beasts.