Hecate - She is an Olympian goddess, the sister of Hermes, and daughter of the Titan, Cronos. Hecate has broken with ancient codes of conduct and taken a faerie lover, the satyr named Brand. She is a goddess of thresholds and crossroads, so it is in her nature to stand on the knife's edge between all boundaries, just as fierce a lover as she is a warrior. She fought against the Titans, though while they sit in exile, she still cares for her sires, now broken and discarded. When Shemihazya possesses Brand's body, Hecate is forced to aide the demon in his quest to stop Azazel, and forms a tenuous alliance with the fallen angel so that she can win back Brand's body and soul.
The Winter Queen - She is the monarch of the Dark Fae, and is the personification of the seasons of autumn and winter. Her spirit is restless and her hunger for power is endless, always seeking to rule before her due time. Just as the winter season lingers before it gives way to the spring, so does the Winter Queen struggle violently against the Summer Lady and her Light Fae. Despite this, the truce and balance has precariously remained for many years. It has been an age since Light Fae and Dark Fae have spilled one another's blood. When the Olympian Hermes approaches her with a proposal to win her the Frozen Throne forever, she is eager to make the pact with Azazel and see her kingdom rise. The Winter Queen cares not for the world of men, and relishes the thought of the Nephilim giants bringing another age of immortals. As the spirit of winter, she glorifies the struggle of life to survive amidst winter's cold, and would see an endless frost fall upon the world so that she may bask in the glory of that struggle.
Hyperion - He is a Titan, once a fearsome warrior and skilled blacksmith, the armorer of the Titans and Olympians before the civil war. Hyperion fought to the bitter end, preferring death over exile, though the Olympians gave him mercy, unwanted as it was. He has spent his years living in the shadows of the world, a homeless drunkard who finds respite in the bottle and little else, though he hangs his metal breastplate on the wall of his hovel, a hard reminder of his glorious past.
Cronos - He is the dark father of the Olympians, the greatest and most powerful Titan. He was a fierce and terrible god of the ancient world, who murdered his own father and sought to protect himself from a similiar fate by eating his own children. Rhea feared for the life of her son Zeus, so tricked Cronos into swallowing a stone, and hide the child away. Zeus helped the other Olympians rise to power and led them into battle against Cronos and the Titans. Cronos, like Hyperion, would rather have died on the battlefield, so had hidden himself from the world of humankind. He has become addicted to a variety of drugs, and lives as a homeless drifter in the abandoned places of the world. His only contact with the outside world is the occasional visit from his daughter, Hecate, who while once his enemy in battle, still cares for her once mighty father.
Hermes - He is an Olympian, one of the Greek gods of old, known as the Messenger, the Harbinger of the Word. Hermes was one of the gods to fight in the war against the Titans, the ancient gods who ruled the earth and sired the Olympians. For many years, he lived among humankind, watching them as they evolved and grew. Through the human's age of bronze, to their age of information, he watched and he listened. In time, he heard the voice of Azazel, whispering from the abyss, and listened to the fallen angel's tale. The Olympians were poets and warriors in equal measure, Hermes the most extreme combination of such aspects, and he was moved by the Gregori's plight. Hermes went before the Winter Queen of Faerie to offer her a bargain: he would bring her the might of Azazel to win her the Throne of Faerie, and in exchange, she would provide an earthly body that Azazel could use to gain power and resurrect the Nephilim. With a body that had been prepared with sorcery and the magic of the Faerie, the fallen angel could defeat the exiled Titans and consume their power, then channel it through his celestial spirit to resurrect the souls of his children and unleash them upon the world once more.
The Summer Lady - She is the ruler of the Light Fae, and is the personification of the seasons of spring and summer. Ancient and beautiful, she has worked tirelessly to maintain the balance of the seasons, honoring the ancient Faerie Accords that dictate the changing of the seasons as they pass from spring to summer, then summer to autumn and then to the frozen winter. Her bodyguard and champion is the Summer Knight, a warrior chosen from the ranks of her court, who defends the Light Fae. The Summer Lady is the counterpart of her sister, the Winter Queen, and is the wiser of the two. She sees the balance of the seasons, hears the sacred rhytmns of the world, and knows that she, like her sister, has but a part to play in the beautiful dance of creation. Yet even she cannot fathom the destructive ambitions of her sister, and soon the struggle of the seasons transforms into realms at war.
Rhea - She is a Titan, one of the ancient gods to be cast down and exiled by the Olympians. She is a strong maternal figure, holding power over Hermes and Hecate even as she is defeated and exiled. Called the Mother of Heaven, she was the wife of Cronos and the mother of the majority of the Olympians. Now she resides on the fringes of the world, living in hiding, her potter's wheel the only comfort in a world no longer her own.
Oceanus - He is a Titan, once a god of the sea, though now his mind is as broken as his spirit. He perches upon old stones on the shores of abandoned shipyards, his mind wandering to past adventures and brooding on the defeat of the Titans at the hands of their children.