Enyo became responsible for orchestrating the destruction of cities. She would often accompany Ares in battle.
Tale of Dionysus
Battle against Typhon
Unlike most gods, who were very frightened and left, Enyo was so delighted by the war that she refused to choose sides in the battle between Zeus and Typhon.
- Strategy Skill: As the Goddess of War, Enyo is naturally extremely skilled in strategy, tactics and statistics of war. She frequently orchestrates the destruction of cities. Despite this, she fights without a strategy in mind, very much like her brother.
- Odikinesis: As the Goddess of War and Bloodlust, Enyo has absolute control over the feelings and emotions of war, such as hate and rage. She frequently induces these feelings to orchestrate the destruction of cities.
- Prowess in Battle: As the Goddess of War and Destruction, Enyo is a fierce warrior. She is a master of both armed and hand-to-hand combat.
- Telumkinesis: As the Goddess of War, Enyo has absolute control and divine authority over weapons. She knows everything about a weapon when she sees it.
- Necromancy (possibly): As the Goddess of Carnage, spirits on the losing side of every war might own a tribute to Enyo.
- At Thebes and Orchomenos, the festival Homolôïa was celebrated in honor of Zeus, Demeter, Athena and Enyo. The festival was said to have received the name from Homoloïs, a priestess of Enyo.
- Enyo isn't a major Olympian because the Olympians didn't need another war god: Athena and Ares are worshiped more as a deities of war.