Cult implies it's not widespread. Many of those hero cults, like the cult of Iphigenia, were not necessarily mainstream. If anything much of their worship is more in the flavor of Catholic saint admonishing, which blurs the line of worship and remembrance.>>56028188
You're right, but Zeus also doesnt die as a bull. He cant. Dionysus on the other hand gets rekt and comes back, which is very Jesus-like. Christianity doesnt have a monopoly on rezzes.>>56028506
Artemis was goddess of the hunt. I'd wager she would be at Apollos level.>>56029181
This is vital. There are plenty of greek heroes born mortal despite Godly blood. Again, emphasizing that greeks would think the Demigod argument is dumb. It's not like Gohan being half-Saiyan, its more like being born and getting personal favors for all time (since you are one of the few people the gods take a direct interest in).
Helen is almost a perfect example of this:>godly blood>is mortal, but with divine-tier beauty>gets wrapped up in events admittedly beyond her control>war fought over her>she just makes up with her husband>still gets to go to greek paradise
Why? Because she has Zeus blood, and thus gets the Gold Pass for everything and anything for eternity. BUT she is ultimately mortal, and dies as any mortal. Her "power" is that she gets the Gold Pass and is gorgeous. Perseus' power is that he gets high level loot.