|Goddess of Victory|
|Family||Styx (mother) |
Kratos and Zelus (brothers)
|Eye Color||Any color|
|Hair Color||Any color|
|Appearances|| The Demigod Files (mentioned) |
The Mark of Athena (mentioned)
Nike is known as the goddess of Victory, she was described as the daughter of the Titans Pallas and Styx as well as the sister of Kratos (power), Bia (force), and Zelus (zeal). She assumes the role of the divine Charoteer, a role in which she is often portrayed in Classical Greek Art. Her Roman counterpart is Victoria, which is Latin for victory.
Alongside her mother and siblings, Nike joined Zeus in his war against the Titans. As a reward for their support, Nike and her siblings were made the foremost of Zeus' servants. In addition, Nike was a constant companion of both Ares and Athena, accompanying them both into battle.
Nike is mentioned in the Percy Jackson Crossword.
A six foot statue of Nike is seen in the right hand of the Athena Parthenos.
Nike can change her appearance and turn into her Roman counterpart, Victoria. As Victoria, she becomes more disciplined, warlike, and militaristic. If the minor gods are honored there, it is distinctly possible that she has more children at Camp Jupiter. Although Nike was greatly praised in Ancient Greece, it was Victoria who was truly worshipped in Rome.
Nike has not yet appeared in the series, however her domain suggests she has some level of influence over victory and competition.