|Weapon||Bow of Heracles (National Treasure)|
Staff of Apollon (National Treasure)
Samuel Rosinante (Contractor)
Samuel Rosinante (Lineal Descendant)
Hera (Step-Mother, Aunt)
Having a very muscular build with a huge scar over his left pectoral muscle and is shown to be wearing Nemean lion skin on his head, Heracles looks like the epitome of what a great hunter should be.
Not much is known about Heracles personality other than the fact that he seemed to care for his lineal descendant, Samuel Rosinante, giving him power when he feel powerless .
It is known that he did the twelve labor that Goddess Hera ordered and from these experiences Heracles comes to know his own abilities. During the twelve labor he asked Titan Atlas to help him, by offering to carry the Universe for a while.
One day his descendant saw a large object tipping over, about to land on an elderly woman. Rushing to the rescue, the incident caused both of his legs to be crippled, ruining his life further. Completely shattered and feeling useless, His descendant cried and fell over That was the time Heracles meet him. Hercules then offered Samuel his power, which he accepted.
Known to have hunted "monsters" or beings equivalent to gods, Heracles' prowess and raw power had beings calling him the Monster Butcher. Some of his feats: He choked two human-sized serpents as an infant, killed Nemean Lion alone, subdued Cerberus by headlock, killed Hydra and is a one-man show during the Gigantomachia.
Superhuman Strength: He has immeasurable strength rivalling those of Gods despite only a half god. Heracles himself is shown to carry the weight of the sky on one hand, while Titan Atlas was shown to carry it in kneeling position.
Dropping Hydra: In the past Heracles used this technique to defeat Hydra by grabbing one of its head and throw it over his shoulder. The force of the technique when used is powerful enough for surrounding area to shake like an earthquake.
It is a bow forged by Hephaestus, blacksmith of the gods. It has extreme piercing power in addition to Yamatano Orochi's poisonous blood Heracles covered its tip with.
Nemean Lion Pelt
Heracles killed Nemean Lion during one of his labour. It is strong enough to resist Mo-Ri Hui's Nabong Needle Ryu techniques while in Lord of Heavens Mode. Mo-Ri Hui commented that it protected Samuel Rosinante's lethal spots during powerlenderization.
- Heracles is derived from the greek mythology Heracles who was able to perform twelve labors at the service of King Eurystheus as a punishment for killing his family under the influence of Hera.