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Triton
 
Triton
 
Personal Info:
 
Real Name: Triton
Also Known As: Prince of the Sea
Place Of Birth: Lake Tritonis in Libya
First Appearance: Aquaman Annual Vol.5 #1 (1995) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: Gods Of Olympus
Group Affiliation: None
Base Of Operations: Mobile
Grudges: Aquaman
Creators: Peter David and Jim Calafiore
Gallery:
 
Powers:
 
Enhanced Abilities: Triton has super human strength, speed, endurance and durability.
Energy Manipulation: Triton has the power to control and project multiple types of energy.
Metamorphosis: Triton can alter this physical form (presumably) into any shape that they can choose.
Immortality: Olympians are immortal and will never truly die. Olympians do not age the way a normal human does.
Invulnerability: Triton cannot be physically harmed by conventional means.
Power Distribution: Olympians are can bestow a portion of their power unto others.
Self-Sustenance: Olympians do not require water or nourishment.
Magical Manipulation: Olympians have the power to manipulate vast amounts of magic energy to nearly any effect they desires.
The Trident of Poseidon: The Trident of Poseidon is an unbreakable three-pronged leister that serves as an extension of the God's own power. It can be used for base offensive purpose, but can also be used for a variety of mystical effects, such as cleaving a spatial aperture in the middle of the ocean. The trident is capable of controlling any body of water, creating water elementals, speed ships and other water vehicles with water, create fogs and storms of high intensity, summon waves of water to propel him at great speeds, and create earthquakes by increasing water pressure. It can manipulate and conjure water, as well as disperse energy in the form of bolts and force fields.
 
Origins:
 
Triton is one of the Olympians worshiped as gods by the people of Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. The son of Poseidon, Triton claimed the seas as his divine territory. Though he shared an aspect of his father's power, he did not share Poseidon's temperament. He became particularly enraged when it became known that the people of Atlantis had more to fear from their monarch Orin than from Triton. This drove Triton to challenge Aquaman in one-on-one combat.
 
Notes:
 
Triton at Aquaman Wiki
Triton at DC Database