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Artemis is the Greek Goddess of the hunt, Apollo's twin sister, and one of the goddesses responsible for the creation of Wonder Woman.

Earth-Two, Queen of the Moon

In her guise as Diana, at her home on Earth's Moon, the immortal is served by several Moon Nymphs. She is friends with Aphrodite and is celebrated by the Amazons of Paradise Island, with their princess named after her. Her twin brother Apollo is mentioned, but only ever seen in flashbacks and spoken about in the past tense.[1]

Mars was able to subdue her and create a trap for Wonder Woman by drugging her wine and relaying "her" orders to her nymphs. Wonder Woman was able to rescue Queen Diana with the aid of Aphrodite.[1]

New Earth, Artemis

Artemis acted as the spiritual head of the five goddesses who created the Amazons and is the central figure in the Amazons' development.

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Powers

  • Metamorphosis: Olympians can alter their physical form into any shape that they can choose.
  • Immortality: Every Olympian will never age.
  • Dimensional Travel: Besides travel between Olympus and Earth realms, the Olympians can use their powers can affect the Earth directly from Olympus or send artifacts to Earth. [2]
  • Power Distribution: Olympians can bestow a portion of their power unto others.
  • Animal Empathy: As goddess of the hunt, Artemis can communicate with animals.
  • Artemis can increase the fertility rates of animals.[3]
  • Telepathy and Illusion Casting: Artemis can mentally communicate with her worshippers, transmitting her image at interdimensional range, and possibly can do the same to any other intelligent being.[3]

Abilities

Weaknesses

  • Power Loss: Artemis will gradually lose her powers without worshippers.[4]


Transportation

  • Silver Chariot[5]

Weapons

  • Golden Bow and Arrows


  • This character is an adaptation of Artemis, a character in traditional stories. These include, but may not be limited to religious texts, myth, and/or folk lore. More information on the original can be found at Wikipedia.org.

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