The Pantheon’s number 4, Death is a comparatively long standing member of their Leadership Council.
She is primarily responsible for non military operations, and is thus likely to be less of a combatant than Zeus and the other leaders. The Pantheon has a history of getting its heaviest hitters into roles where they can exercise those talents, so the fact that she remains in administration points towards her gifts being unsuited for battle.
Her actual area of control seems to be based around ensuring the continuation of the Pantheon’s flow of reinforcements, dividing the output of her breeding camps into sub-streams, headed for various destinations based upon their granted gifts.
Actual details on her gift remain unclear, save for a few notes that seem to further the enigma, rather than collapsing it. She reportedly doesn’t use a translator, despite the vast array of languages that her subordinates speak. She has survived a number of assassination attempts, but has never been recorded using her gifts during these operations. Indeed, she seems to be difficult to record in an absolute sense, with her part of intercepted communications being incomprehensible gibberish.
So far as it can be inferred, Death’s counsel seems to suit her name. She has long argued for the Pantheon to make its Grand Push into our territory, and her votes are always cast in favor of the option with the most aggressive and warlike posture. She is a hawk, and only Isis’s more measured faction has kept her kind at bay.
Death keeps the company of an unusually large number of close subordinates. Presumably she guarantees the loyalty of these Ultrahumans by conditioning them to servitude in the waning days of their camp training. Whatever the method, she is unusually willing to rely upon the support of others for a Pantheon warlord, and none of them have proven receptive to inducements to betray her.
Analysts are split on whether this reliance on, and trust in, her followers is a measure of the faith that she places in their loyalty, or a sign of an absolute belief that she has in her gift, to protect her in case of betrayal. A third possibility is that she has no care for her own life, and would embrace her namesake with the same eagerness that she shows when bestowing it upon others.