Gaining or Losing Favour
- Loving with wanton passion.
- Getting revenge through manipulation.
- Making a great work of art in his name.
- Destroying a powerful servant of the Titans.
- Winning a glorious battle.
- Humiliating a champion of Athena.
- Protecting the honour of a child.
- Conducting a glorious hunt for a powerful beast.
- Humiliating a champion of
- Using cunning to succeed in a desperate situation.
- Showing hospitality to enemies.
- Defending the natural world.
- Freeing slaves from a cruel master.
- Deliberately shunning local laws.
- Ensuring funeral rites are observed even when in danger.
- Putting personal feelings aside to ensure that fair justice is delivered.
- Honouring a commitment at great personal risk.
- Aiding someone in fighting for what is rightfully theirs.
- Saving someone through an act of vigilance.
- Paying due honour to those that provide protection.
- Completing an exceptional work in metal or stone.
- Being generous with skill and possessions.
- Outwitting a god, especially Hermes himself.
- Humiliating someone who is very pompous.
- Choosing diplomacy over violence.
- Bringing peace and order to a chaotic place.
- Swearing an oath to worship him alone.
- Punishing those who speak ill of him.
- Performing an exceptionally dangerous task to honour him.
- Humiliating a Titanic agent.
- Displaying hubris.
- Damaging something beautiful.
- Challenging her beauty.
- Loving someone in defiance of her schemes.
- Challenging her hunting prowess.
- Damaging a place of natural beauty.
- Challenging her virtue.
- Choosing a blunt solution over an original idea.
- Avoiding a fight through talking.
- Showing a lack of willpower.
- Scheming to take someone away from their mother.
- Destroying crops.
- Acting autocratically.
- Being inhospitable to outsiders.
- Attempting to escape from the Underworld.
- Desecrating the dead.
- Breaking an oath.
- Committing adultery.
- Crossing a border without the right to do so.
- Causing someone to become lost.
- Mocking the lame.
- Denying someone their birthright.
- Betraying his trust.
- Claiming moral authority.
- Extinguishing a hearth fire, especially the city's sacrificial flame.
- Interfering with worship of an Olympian.
- Putting another god before him.
- Claiming mastery over the sea.
- Aiding someone condemned by a judgment of Zeus.
- Attempting to climb Mount Olympus.