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".
Gods have an array of powers and abilities, typically related to a specific theme or aspect of mortal life, such as war, love, wisdom, or death etc. Only a small number of artifacts have the power to kill a god. Gods of sufficient power are also capable of killing one another, though such action is usually prohibited within their various pantheons. There are also gods that are the literally personifications of concepts or natural forces, such as Gaia and Ouranos, Earth and Sky.
- 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 Quartet series.
- Mayan Gods, shown in the Storm Runner series.
- Chinese Gods, mentioned by Grandma Zhang.
- Celtic Gods, Mentioned by Apollo.
- Creten gods, mentioned by Britomartis.
- 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.