Wouldn't Amazons technically be considered demigods as the children of Harmonia.--WarGrowlmon18 (talk) 23:42, August 31, 2019 (UTC)

It sort of depends how you would define "demigod." The amazons (both in supernatural and in lore) are described as the children of Ares and Harmonia (a Greek Deity and a Nymph). If you consider a demigod to be " the offspring of a god and another being that is isn't a god, then yes the amazons would qualify as demigods. However, if you consider a demigod to be "the offspring of a god and a mortal being" then the amazons would not qualify as Nymphs are not mortal. So, it's open to interpretation. 08:56, December 2, 2019 (UTC)

I've always considered demigods to be the children of a god and any other being both in real world and supernatural lore, like Sleipnir is the son of Loki and a giant horse, the problem is that Ares and Harmonia are both gods, so the amazons should be kinda considered gods by themselves, but they clearly aren't. Besides even if they were to be considered demigods, that classification would only fit the original ones, what about the descendants of demigods with regular humans? Doctor49 (talk) 12:47, December 2, 2019 (UTC)

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