Gods are a race of divine immortal beings who control the forces of nature and rule large portions of the Earth. Most gods are described as being part of a family or Pantheon, and they rely on their mortal devotees for worship. Although the word "god" can be gender-neutral and applied to either female, male, or genderfluid/nonbinary, the gender-adapted terms for a male would be known as "god", whereas a female would be called a "goddess".
- Greek Gods, shown in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Heroes of Olympus series, and The Trials of Apollo series.
- Roman Gods, shown in The Heroes of Olympus and The Trials of Apollo series.
- Egyptian Gods, shown in The Kane Chronicles series.
- Norse Gods, shown in Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series.
- Aztec Gods, mentioned by Apollo and Magnus Chase and are later mentioned and set to make an appearance in the Storm Runner Trilogy.
- Yoruba Gods, mentioned by Apollo and Jimmy.
- Babylonian Gods, mentioned by Apollo.
- Samnite Gods, mentioned by Apollo.
- God (monotheistic), mentioned by Chiron, Dionysus, and Magnus Chase.
- Catholic-Christian Saints, mentioned by Apollo.
- Hindu Gods, shown in the Pandava Quintet.
- Mayan Gods, shown in the Storm Runner Trilogy.
- West African Gods and African American Gods in the Tristan Strong Trilogy.
- Mesopotamian Gods in City of the Plague God.
- Navajo Holy People in Race to the Sun.
- Chinese Gods, mentioned by Grandma Zhang and Frank Zhang.
- Celtic Gods, Mentioned by Apollo.
- Creten gods, mentioned by Britomartis
- Immortality : Ability to be immortal
- Shapeshting : Ability to metamorphose
- Rebirth : Ability to be reborn
- Telekinesis : Ability to levitate objects
- Most gods have names who are indirect references to their domains, with few exceptions.
- It's also unknown how a god discovers his domains and his powers, suggesting that a certain deity may have the ability to tell so or the parents of the deity may discover at their birth or the deities learns within their life.