Pan is a member of the Olympians a group of humanoid beings that hale from the pocket dimension; Olympus. He resembled a Satyr, beings that were half human half goat. He was worshipped by the humans of Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. He was the God of shepherds, flocks and forests[1]

Early Life

Pan is the son of Hermes and Dryope.[1]

Pan was on Olympus when Hephaestus caught his wife Aphrodite cheating on him with Ares he dragged them around the city in a net. Pan was one of the spectators laughing.[2]

Roman Empire (146 BC–324 AD)

In 146 B.C., the Romans conquered Macedonia and then Greece. They even adopted Olympian Gods, changing many of their names in the process. Pan became "Faunus"[3]

20th Century

A man with his date at the museum laughs at the painting of Pan. The museum guard chastises him for it, and he leaves. Later, his date sees him on the street and asks him why his hair has fallen out. He doesn't tell her that, as they were leaving the museum, he looked back at the guard walking down the hall and saw that the man had cloven hooves.[4]

Modern Era

Pan was present at party on Olympus for the Hulk hosted by Dionysus.[5]

Olympus Group

Pan and the other Olympians settled on Earth forming the company the Olympus Group.[6] Pan was on Olympus when the Hulks attacked.[7]


standard powers of all Olympian gods as well as some magical abilities.

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