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From The Codex
Articles About Oceanus
Versions Oceanus - Axios - Arnos - Agon
Ladies can't resist me. The gods may have cursed me with immortality, buy at least it came with looks to die for.
~ Axios
I'm still Axios... yes, yes. Arnos, as well. Quite right.
~ Axios after being infused with Arnos's Soul


Axios is a young man who was cursed by the gods to have immortality, which he uses to his advantage to take advantage of his eternal good-looks. Although Axios seems very carefree on the surface, he actually has a very deep past that explains his immortal nature. In truth, Axios is the manifestation of a third of the soul of the Titan, Oceanus.

When the Titans (Eld Gods) were defeated in combat by the new-age gods, their superweapon, Typhon, was sealed within the Earth. With the Titans defeated, the gods subjected them to punishment. Although Zeus respected Oceanus for joining them at the tail-end of the battle, he feared that Oceanus's power was too great, and had his soul split in three pieces. Those three pieces of Oceanus manifested into the form of three immortal men; Axios, Arnos, and Agon.

Axios eventually had his mind wiped by the gods, as a twist of fate. Unsure of who he was and why he was immortal, Axios wandered across the land in search of answers, often using his good looks and charm to get him places to stay. His travels towards answers eventually led him to other immortals, Icarus and Leucos, who he joined on their quest to Mount Olympus.

As the quest went along, Axios eventually reunited with his "brothers". Although Arnos happily joined the team, Agon had a heart of evil and fought them aggressively. With the rise of the Titan Superweapon, Typhon, underway, Axios and Arnos were forced to fuse back into Oceanus to fight against it. Unfortunately, with Oceanus only having two thirds of his full power, he was unable to win the battle.

Oceanus's soul fled out of him once more, planning on rejoining back into the bodies of Axios and Arnos. However, Arnos's body was destroyed in the convergence. As a result, both Axios and Arnos's souls went into Axios's body, creating a sort of fused being within him. Although his body was the same, he sported some notable physical differences, and also now had a blend of both he and Arnos's personalities.

Once Typhon was defeated, Axios was able to repent for the evil committed by his other counterpart, Agon. Now knowing exactly who he is, Axios returned to the Temple of Oceanus, where he remained. His further whereabouts are unknown.

Codex Statistics

Key: Axios | With Arnos's Soul

Tier: At least 7-C, likely Low 5-B | 5-B

Name: Axios, Oceanus (by other gods)

Origin: Glory of Heracles

Sex: Male

Age: Unknown, physically an adult

Classification: Third of Oceanus, Eld God, Titan, Immortal

Alignment: Chaotic Good (Although Axios fights for good and contains within him the spirit of an Eld God, Axios can be quite full of himself, and favors being flashy and beautiful over getting things done efficiently. The spirit of Oceanus within him, as an Eld God, likely has a selfish desire for revenge against the new-age gods, which may have been somewhat imparted on Axios himself)

Dimensionality: 3-D

Attack Potency: At least Town level (Comparable to his durability), likely Small Planet level (Scales to Icarus, who contains a quarter of Heracles's soul, who at his full power defeated Typhon; a quarter of planet-destroying power would yield this level. Contains a third of Oceanus's soul, who at its full power could defeat Typhon; a third of planet-destroying power would yield this level) | Planet level (Should be far stronger than before, after being infused with Arnos's Soul. Defeated Typhon, whose appearance threatened the existence of the entire Earth, according to Cassandra the Prophet, whose prophecies are always true)

Durability: At least Town level (Comparable to Eris, who survived the destruction of Corinth at point blank range), likely Small Planet level | Planet level

Striking Strength: At least Town Class, likely Small Planet Class | Planet Class

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Travel Speed: Peak Human (Can outrun Spartan soldiers) | Peak Human

Combat Speed: Massively Hypersonic, Speed of Light with Apollo's Bow (Is said to shoot light) | Faster Than Light, Speed of Light with Apollo's Bow

Reaction Speed: Massively Hypersonic (Can dodge lightning strikes such as Fulg) | Faster Than Light (Scales to the Sphinx, who can naturally produce light with Flash, and Medusa, who could naturally produce light with Ogress's Gaze. Can conjure and perceive Megalo, which produces a large beam of light)

Stamina: Peak Human (Was able to travel all across Greece, exploring several dungeons and defeating countless monsters, all while on very limited sleep. Sleep is only required in order to recover magic usage, although Axios can very easily maintain his ability to physically fight for several days)

Range: Standard Melee, Extended Melee with swords, Hundreds of Meters with bow & arrow and magic spells

Intelligence: Extraordinary Genius in combat (Is proficient enough in combat that he is able to take on ancient monsters who have existed for countless years, such as Typhon. As soon as he is granted magic spells from the gods she can use them perfectly. Is the incarnation of Oceanus and contains all of his memories, who is a Titan that has existed for thousands of years)

Powers and Techniques

Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Superhuman Speed, Social Influencing (Axios can convince people to give him things using his attractiveness), Weapon Mastery (Is skilled in using daggers, bows, darts, and bombs), Blessed & Accelerated Development (Axios will become proficient in advanced magic by praying to gods), Healing (Boon, Brinkback, and Vigor, all naturally recover Axios's health), Life Manipulation & Absorption (Axios overkilling an enemy will release their life essence, which he can absorb and convert to magic power), Immortality (Ageless & Reliance [On Person]; granted immortality by Astraea), Elemental Manipulation (Ether makes up all living things, and is comprised of attributes of fire, earth, wind, water, and darkness)
Resistance to: Transmutation (People turns into monsters as their heart grows darker; Axios wields the Magic Ring, which harnesses evil power, yet does not turn into a monster), Death Manipulation (Typhon's awakening washed over the Earth with a wave of death; Axios was unaffected by this wave), Limited Resistance to Metaphysics Manipulation (Soul Manipulation; Axios's party could take attacks from Crasis beings without these effects. The Crasis had turned Al into a soulless husk of a man), Limited Resistance to Petrification (Being turned to stone only lasts a brief time for him)
Fire Manipulation (Byrn/Byrnge/Byrngarm), Electricity Manipulation (Fulg/Fulgar/Fulgarum), Earth Manipulation (Queth/Quaithe/Quaithar), Ice Manipulation (Ise/Isell/Isellam), Healing (Pow/Powra/Powtes), Resurrection (Illume/Illumore), Paralysis Inducement (With Paralyze), Probability Manipulation (Sthen increases the chances of a critical hit), Status Effect Inducement, Forcefield Creation & Damage Reduction (Mindshield raises a psychic shield that halves magical damage), Creation (Arginoa creates a large sword to attack the enemy)
Healing (Herbs restore health), Resurrection (Pick-Me-Up item can grant revival), Explosion Manipulation (Via bombs), Poison Manipulation (The Scorpion Dagger poisons victims), Darkness Manipulation & Metaphysics Manipulation (Soul Manipulation; The Magic Ring harnesses the soul, and dark power, of an old spirit), Creation (Uranus's Sword created the star-flecked skies), BFR (Type 1; Hades' Sword sends its victims to Hades' realm), Resistance to Status Effect Inducement (The Olympian Shield negates status ailments), Limited Resistance to Memory Manipulation (The Pallas Athena prevents forgetfulness)



  • Heavenrift: A sword so sharp it is said to be able to cleave heaven itself.
  • Hades' Sword: A sword favored by Hades, which sends its victims to Hades' Realm.
  • Muramasa Omega: A sword forged in the East, extremely deadly but very slow.
  • Harpe: An oddly shaped sword used for smiting fiends by the wayside.


  • Hero's Bow: A responsive bow once wielded by a hero of Byblos.
  • Apollo's Bow: A bow blessed by Apollo, the sun god. Some say it shoots light.


  • Olympian Shield: This incredibly durable shield is said to channel the powers of Olympus. Holding it negates status ailments.
  • Pallas Athena: The shield once held by Athena, reinforced by the skin of Pallas the Titan. It grants the ability of Null Oblivion, meaning the wielder never becomes forgetful.


  • Byrn Dart: A missile dart that contained Byrn magic within it. Throwing it is like casting a fire spell.
  • Fulg Dart: A missile dart that contained Fulg magic within it. Throwing it is like casting a lightning spell.
  • Queth Dart: A missile dart that contained Queth magic within it. Throwing it is like casting an earth spell.
  • Ise Dart: A missile dart that contained Ise magic within it. Throwing it is like casting an ice spell.
  • Bomb: An Average bomb that Axios can throw. Explodes on impact.


  • Savior's Armor: Armor made for valiant deeds, containing the power of the gods.
  • Radiant Robe: A robe blessed by the gods, said to ward of calamity and evil.
  • Oceanus's Armor: Armor worn by Oceanus, said to protect him from all attacks.
  • Gaia's Raiment: The robe of the earth goddess, said to make angry gods fall quiet before it.
  • Magic Ring: And eldritch ring that harnesses the evil of an old spirit.
  • Oceanus's Helm: The legendary helm Oceanus wore into combat during the old war.


  • Herb: Restores some of Axios's health.
  • Physic: Restores a little of Axios's health.
  • Potent Physic: Restores some of Axios's health.
  • Total Physic: Fully restores Axios's health.
  • Walking Nectar: When taking this nectar, Axios is kept completely awake; nullifying anything that might make him sleep. It also restores his magic.
  • Chthonic Balm: A nostalgic scent for monsters that draws them near.
  • Camping Kit: Easy to set up campsite for Axios to sleep in, without fear of monster attacks.

  • Byrn: Fire magic. Sets an enemy ablaze and diminishes resistance to magic.
    • Byrnage: Powered-up version of Byrn. Sets a row of enemies on fire.
    • Byrngarm: The most powerful version of Byrn. Drops pillars of flame from the sky onto foes.
  • Fulg: Lightning magic. Calls lightning onto an opponent and saps resistance to slash attacks.
    • Fulgar: Powered-up version of Fulg. Strikes a row of enemies with electricity.
    • Fulgarum: The most powerful version of Fulg. Punishes foes with a powerful strike of electricity.
  • Ise: Ice magic. Encases the foe in ice and saps resistance to thrust attacks.
    • Isell: Powered-up Ise. Encases a row of enemies in ice.
    • Isellam: The most powerful version of Ise. Encases foes in a chasm of ice.
  • Queth: Earth magic. Hits an enemy with a boulder, and saps resistance to blunt attacks.
    • Quaithe: Powered-up Queth. Hammers a row of enemies with boulders.
    • Quaithar: The most powerful version of Queth. Drops a large boulder onto foes.
  • Pow: Health magic. Restores a little health to a single ally.
    • Powtes: The most useful version of Pow. Restores all health to a single ally.
    • Powra: Powered-up Pow. Restores a fair amount of health to a single ally.
  • Paralyze: Axios' version of paralysis magic. Stuns the foe for a few turns.
  • Illume: Resurrection magic. Can raise an ally after they're defeated, but only to half health.
    • Illumore: Powered-up version of Illume. Raises an ally to full health after they are defeated.
  • Arginoa: Summons a colossal sacred sword that deals incredible blunt damage to all enemies in the area.

  • Notable Techniques

    • Defend: Axios reacts swiftly to deflect attacks and reduce damage.
    • Counter: Axios strikes back immediately after a foe attacks.
    • Evade: Axios anticipates an opponent's attack and dodges before it connects.
    • Mindshield: Raises a psychic barrier that halves all magical damage dealt to Axios.
    • Boon: Naturally recovers a little magic power by converting ether into magic.
    • Vigor: Recovers some of Axios's health after an enemy's turn is over.
    • Brinkback: Recovers a little health and boosts Axios's resistances when she's near death.
    • Reaper Strike: Axios hits an enemy until it cowers, and then downs it for an overkill.


    Weaknesses: None notable.

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