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"You have advanced to the Heroic Age through the Fertility of Rheia."

Age up text in Age of Mythology

Rheia is an Atlantean Heroic Age minor god in Age of Mythology. She is available to worshipers of Gaia and Kronos.

Attributes Edit

God PowerEdit

  • TraitorIcon Traitor: Converts a single enemy unit (2 uses).

TechnologiesEdit

Myth UnitEdit

  • BehemothIcon Behemoth: Living siege weapon that slowly regenerates itself.

StrategyEdit

Rheia’s benefits revolve around Favor and thus provides the player with economic and offensive bonuses. Mail of Orichalkos helps offset the Turma and Arcus' low hack armor and make them more durable against melee enemies. Horns of Consecration increases favor generation, reducing the time it takes for players to gain sufficient amount of favor for different purposes. This is especially useful as the Atlanteans have a hard time to generate more favor without spending additional resources on building Town Centers. Rheia's Gift makes technologies, including Mail of Orichalkos, cheaper as they can be researched using less favor which in turn can be used for the training of Myth Units and Heroes. Her Myth Unit, the Behemoth, is a living regenerating siege unit and closest that Atlantean players will have to a true Heroic Age siege weapon. It is ideal for use against enemies with heavily fortified bases and a reliable alternative to Destroyers. Kronos players especially benefit from worshiping Rheia as their Behemoths will already be cheaper and will be even easier to mass-produce with the increased favor generation. The Traitor God Power can be saved to convert powerful Myth Units or Siege Weapons to the player’s cause and speed up the steamrolling of enemy fortifications.

MythologyEdit

"Rheia was a Titan married to her brother Kronos, by whom she gave birth to Zeus and his sibling gods. By rescuing Zeus from her husband, she set in motion the dethroning of Kronos and the ascendance of Zeus to Olympus. In Asia Minor she was known as an Earth Goddess and worshipped with orgiastic rites. Her name means “flow,” apparently in reference to female menstruation, and “ease,” perhaps in reference to easy childbirth. Following the rise of her son Zeus to status as king of the gods, she disputed her portion of the world and ended up retreating to the mountains where she surrounded herself with wild creatures. She is usually associated with lions or with a chariot pulled by lions."

In-game history section
Major and minor gods in Age of Mythology
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HadesIcon Hades
PoseidonIcon Poseidon
AthenaIcon Athena
HermesIcon Hermes
AresIcon Ares
ApolloIcon Apollo
DionysusIcon Dionysus
AphroditeIcon Aphrodite
HeraIcon Hera
HephaestusIcon Hephaestus
ArtemisIcon Artemis
Egyptian RaIcon Ra
IsisIcon Isis
SetIcon Set
BastIcon Bast
PtahIcon Ptah
AnubisIcon Anubis
HathorIcon Hathor
SekhmetIcon Sekhmet
NephthysIcon Nephthys
OsirisIcon Osiris
HorusIcon Horus
ThothIcon Thoth
Norse ThorIcon Thor
OdinIcon Odin
LokiIcon Loki
FreyjaIcon Freyja
HeimdallIcon Heimdall
ForsetiIcon Forseti
SkadiIcon Skadi
BragiIcon Bragi
NjordIcon Njord
BaldrIcon Baldr
TyrIcon Tyr
HelIcon Hel
Atlantean KronosIcon Kronos
OranosIcon Oranos
GaiaIcon Gaia
PrometheusIcon Prometheus
LetoIcon Leto
OceanusIcon Oceanus
HyperionIcon Hyperion
RheiaIcon Rheia
TheiaIcon Theia
HeliosIcon Helios
AtlasIcon Atlas
HekateIcon Hekate
Chinese FuXiIcon Fu Xi
NuWaIcon Nü Wa
ShennongIcon Shennong
HuangDiIcon Huang Di
SunWukongIcon Sun Wukong
ChangEIcon Chang'e
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ZhongKuiIcon Zhong Kui
HeBoIcon He Bo
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XiWangmuIcon Xi Wangmu
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