Ok so hopefully it's okay to post this here. I wasn't actually sure where I should ask this. K. So I'm writing this book that obviously deals heavily in Greek mythology. Issue is, there is this scene where Hera is supposed to fight another god in this epic magical battle. No weapons or magically constructed weapons, no other people involved (aside from one but that's another topic). However, while this other god is easy to tell what their magic would be, as they so happen to be the god of magic, Hera is a little harder to pin down. While I know she is the goddess of marriage and childbirth, that's all she is for the most part. And she can't be equal in power to the other god, as for certain purposes she needs to begin to lose the fight in the middle of all the chaos. So what powers would I give her? I have thought of some form of absorption, as in there are some attacks she can absorb, but it just doesn't quite feel like enough. Other than the usual super strength, damage resistance, and healing that every god has that's all I can think of. Hope I made sense. It's late for me so this may seem rushed together.