Enyo (/ᵻˈnaɪoʊ/ IPA, Ενγο in Olympian) is the Greek goddess of war. Daughter of Zeus and Hera, she's one of the physically strongest gods in the Olympian Galaxy despite her limited experience in ruling her own sector.
Very little is known about Enyo's past, given her unwillingness to talk more than a single word at a time. She is extremely powerful and ruthless, easily carried away by her lust for battle.
When she was younger she was raped by her brother Ares, making her unable to have children. 
While worshipped as the primary goddess on several planets like Gordium, Enyo was not interested in having her own sector until the turmoil that followed the Mortal Uprising. She quickly took over territory, especially from Artemis, coming in contact with the Vanguard during their search for the Dragon Tomb. She was present during Noriko Null's appeal to the Nine Gods and during the fight with Tiamat.
When Hera declared that all vassals of Zeus must be married, she was especially worried by the schemes of her sister Ilithyia.
Immortality: Enyo does not age; she has kept her current apparent age for hundreds of thousands of years.
Flight: Enyo can lift her own body telekinetically. At her maximum speed, she can fly 2 million times faster than light.
Invulnerability: By placing a mental lock on her molecular structure, Enyo can prevent her body from being harmed. Vesta, Quantum and Artemis were unable to damage her, and she fought Athena to a standstill.
Godlike strength: Enyo is as strong as she thinks she is. She is strong enough to break Vesta's bones with very little effort.
Godlike stamina: Enyo doesn’t need to eat, drink or sleep.
Universal translator: Enyo can understand any language instantly. People around her will have the same ability, but it will fade over time without prolonged contact.
Energy/sound projection: Enyo can generate vast amounts of energy, typically in some form of sound. Her scream can vaporize mountains and create earthquakes that devastate entire planets.
- Perhaps due to the destructive capabilities of her voice, she rarely speaks more than one word at a time.
- Despite her overwhelming power (she was shown to be far more capable in battle than Artemis), she was never given a realm before the start of the series
- Beyond The Impossible #206, "Surprisingly hot": invades Kythera
- Beyond The Impossible #210, "The hunted goddess": fights Artemis
- Beyond The Impossible #211, "War vs war": fights Athena
- Beyond The Impossible #220, "Breaking heaven": witnesses the defeat of Tiamat