You cant. They're immortal.
Depends on the god/world:
Only other Olympians or Pre-Olympian Beings(Titans etc) Could kill each other. A blade dipped in the waters of the River Styx(Bordering the realm of Hades) could injure/weaken one, but no other force in the Universe was supposed to be able to due so.
Technically, you can't. A god is immortal. If a certain god falls out of favor, all you can do is ignore him/her. If the devotions or memory of a diety are no longer active, then the god is all but dead.
The Greek God of wrestling is the half-god Hercules (Roman Mythology) or Herakles (Greek Mythology). Hercules like to wrestle his guests to exhaustion and then kill them.
His name is Fixter he can fix anything his opposite is Fixter X
The Roman name of Hades would be Pluto. I don't know why.
Vulcan--the Roman god of fire and smithing.
In Roman mythology, he is the blacksmith god, or the god of the forges.
Yes, because the roman gods were more warlike, and had very short tempers. The greek gods were more kind to the mortals.
They didn't, the people did- (we did) he claim he was the son of God
A:If God could and would kill all the people who lie, there would be no one left on this earth. Either God can not kill people who lie, perhaps because he does not exist, or he is a loving God who would not do so.
because god was testing him to see if he would kill him but god stopped him.
That would be Neptune.
Mars, God of War
That would be Mars.
Aztecs would kill people Because they thought that the sun was a God And they would sacrifice people till their "God" was Satisfied.
The word mercy does not come from a Roman god. Its Latin word origin is merc, merxi, meaning (with some irony) "price paid, wages." Mercenary and merchandise are modern words formed by this.
That would be Neptune
"Minerva" is the roman god of wisdome and battle stratagies. In greek form, "minerva" would be called "Athena".
The Roman God Neptune is the God of the sea.