Who is the god of fire and forge?
Hephaestus, Greek god of fire and the forge.
Vulcan, the roman name for Hephaestus, see above.
Pele, Hawaiian goddess of fire and wisdom.
Hestia, Greek goddess of fire, the hearth, the heart of spirituality and emotional stability in the home.
Vesta, Roman name for Hestia, see above.
Brigid, (also known as: Brigit, and Brighid) Celtic goddess of fire, the forge, poetry.
Ho-Masubi or Kagu-Tsuchi, the Japanese god of fire.
Agni, Hindu god of fire.
Roman God: Vulcan pr Vulcanus - An early Italian or Roman fire god who, over time, became identified with the Greek Hephaestos, god of the forge. In his capacity as a smelter of metals, the Romans called him Vulcan Mulciber, and he was often seen as a more destructive counterpart of Vesta (goddess of the hearth), who represented a more positive force of fire. Romans believed that Vulcan's main forge lay beneath Mt. Etna, the…
He was the god of forging and blacksmiths. His wife was Aphrodite (who didn't like him very much). Hephaestus was the Greek god of fire, the forge, and blacksmiths. He was the patron of all craftsmen especially those that work with metals. He was a hard-working, peace-loving god and was very fond of his mother. He was crippled and ugly as well. The forge and blacksmithing.