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Hestia warning Aphrodite.
Hestia
Hestia
Hestia
Vital statistics
Position warm goddess of fire, the fire elemental goddess, neutral
Age Any age
Status Immortal (alive)
Physical attributes
Height Any height
Weight Any weight
Character
Allies Athena
Artemis
Iris
Persephone
Personality Warm, kind , distant, gentle , fiery when mad.
Hestia
Goddess of Fire, homes, family, the hearth.
Status Immortal (alive)
Popularity Popular

Hestia, daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Rhea is the goddess of Earth and almost everything, so she was one of the first goddesses in Mount Olympus. Cronus is a Titan, and the leader of the titans, gave birth to Hestia. Goddess of homes, the hearth, cooking and fire. She can cause natural disasters like volcano eruptions and can do much harm if she's angry. Hestia is also a maiden, who wants to have nothing to do with men.  

She is also a very dangerous goddess with dangerous nature all the time, and she doesn't like it when other goddesses try and challenge her power. She is also one of the founding 12 Olympians. According to some myths, she gave up her olympian throne to Dionysus the wine god. 

GalleryEdit

Hestia's gallery can be found here.

PersonalityEdit

Hestia is one of the lead goddesses, very major but not up to the century. She can control fire, so she has a warm and kind personality. She likes to take care and watch over homes and make sure that they won't catch fire. She only sets fire to a home when a strong vibe of energy of bad sins occur to her. 

WeaknessesEdit

Hestia when angry and upset stirs up unnecessary trouble when she doesn't mean to. 

FactsEdit

  • Hestia, Athena and Artemis are Maidens, also known as Virginity goddesses, who do not take interest in men. Though Athena and Artemis had secret affairs. Athena with Heracles, the demigod warrior, and Artemis with Actaeon, the mortal. Additionally, Metis is also a Virgin goddess but gave birth to Athena. She is not one of the main Virgin goddesses.
  • Hestia can control volcanoes, fire and can cause natural volcano disasters if she's mad, evn though Hephaestus is the official volcano god.

Greek nameEdit

Hestia's official Greek name is Ἑστια. 

OtherEdit

When Hestia was a baby, Cronus was horrified because he didn't want any more babies and decided to swallow her. Rhea was very shocked at this, and to Cronus' surprise she confronted him to Zeus. Zeus let Hestia live and grow in Mount Olympus, where she can be safe to such a villain like Cronus. 

PowersEdit

  • If angry, Hestia can trigger volcanoes.
  • Hestia can do anything with fire and is an expert fire-bender.
  • Hestia can technically fly, because of flaming jets out of her feet.
  • Hestia can withstand extreme heat and can practically bathe inside a volcano.

Roman NameEdit

Hestia's Roman name is Vesta.

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