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The Tales of Zeus are short conversations in Holy Fighters between Hercules and his father Zeus that appear every time Hercules does his Down Taunt in the "Mount Olympus" stage fighting a single fighter.
With Chinese Gods
Zeus: Now son, be careful with his moves, his ability "Warrior's Will" makes him inable to move for a while, then, he lets go and charges forward, damaging any god in his path! And watch out for his horse!
Zeus: Don't think that just because he uses bows and arrows he can't be a worthy challenger! He can float into the air for a little bit and shoot arrows from the sky, and he makes nine suns fall from the space for his hOLY Attack! Nine Suns! Her wife it's the Faerie of the Moon.
Zeus: That's how she rolls. Be careful with, pretty much all his attacks, she can blast you into the sky and slam you into ground, and can buff herself and become really powerful, the more damage she has, more powerful attacks!
With Egyptian Gods
With Greek Gods
With Hindu Gods
With Mayan Gods
Zeus: He was so important for mayan people, they even made a temple for him in the center of Chichén Itzá, in Yucatán, México. Every year, people from all around the world go to Chichén Itzá to see his shadow going downsraies of the temple.
With Norse Gods
Zeus: Oh, yeah! This is Thor as you know, the god of thunder. Not as cool as me but, I guess he's mighty. Be careful with his Sping Attack, can do serious damage. He can throw his hammer and return it back doing double damage.