The power to use the abilities of gorgon. Variation of Mythic Physiology.

Also Called

  • Medusa Physiology


User with this ability either is or can transform into an gorgon, a terrifying female creature of Greek mythology. While descriptions of Gorgons vary across Greek literature, common features include hair of living, venomous snakes and ability to petrify other beings.



Classical mythology connects gorgons to sea-storms, coral reefs and other dangers of sea:



  • May not be immune to their own petrifying gaze.
  • May not be Immortal.

Known Users

  • Gorgons (American Dragon: Jake Long)
    • Fury
    • Euryale
    • Medusa
  • Medusa (Assassin's Creed Odyssey)
  • The Nurse (Casper's Scare School)
  • Cala Maria (Cuphead); in Second Phase
  • Supergirl (DC Comics)
  • Medusa (DC Comics)
  • Stheno (DC Comics)
  • Medusa (Dota 2)
  • Medusa (God of War)
  • Eurayle (God of War)
  • Gorgons (God of War)
  • Megaera (The Gorgon)
  • Medusa (Greek Mythology)
  • Stheno (Greek Mythology)
  • Euryale (Greek Mythology)
  • Aix (Greek Mythology)
  • Medusa (Hercules: The Animated Series)
  • Mason Fuller (The Hunters ) (2013)
  • Valentina (Komiks)
  • Guardian ÄRM Gorgon (Marchen Awakens Romance)
  • Delphyne Gorgon (Marvel Comics)
  • Medusa (Monster Girl Encyclopedia)
  • Deuce Gorgon (Monster High)
  • Viperine Gorgon (Monster High)
  • Celia Mae (Monsters, Inc.)
  • Rodusa (One Piece:Mugiwara Theatre)
  • The Gorgon (The Sarah Jane Adventures)
  • Gorgon (Sleepy Hollow)
  • Medusa (SMITE)
  • Medusa (TYPE-MOON)
  • Euryale (TYPE-MOON)
  • Stheno (TYPE-MOON)
  • Medusa (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Vera Oberlin (Monster Prom)
  • Cala Maria (Cuphead)