Zeus, father of the gods, charged Hephaestus, the god of the forge, with the task of fashioning a mystic harness into which he might pass a portion of his own power.
The wearer of the harness is filled with a sense of purpose. More than mortal, yet can still be slain. Neither invulnerable, nor immortal, but the harness will sustain the wearer and, given time, heal them of any wound short of death. The harness grants the wearer great stamina and strength. With a moments thought, the wearer can achieve the stature of a titan, but grow any larger than 82 inches tall and they will become weak with time.