Zeus and Poseidon were fighting because of a recent war, and Zeus tripped and fell. Poseidon raised his trident to finish him off, but missed and forked up a section of the ground. This created a tall spike. The spike shifted and moved over time, but eventually fell into place, creating the second tallest mountain in Greece, Mount Smolikas, Mount Olympus being the first. The spike was taller than Mount Olympus until it fell into place. The original Mount Smolikas was also taller than its current height of 8,652 feet, but over time it was worn away. The vibrations from it dramatically heated the core of the Earth, creating the Underworld. This same war got Hades banished down to the Underworld because he attempted to betray the Olympians by leaking information to the enemy spies. Oh, and by the way, Zeus won that fight by zapping Poseidon with his lightning bolt. Then in the depths of the Mountain, a rock exploded and almost killed Zeus however, at the last second he struck it with his lightning bolt and in the process created Kismet.
Kismet became the god of Luck, Truth, Fate, and Karma. Kismet rose up above into the sky and ascended to the top of Mt Olympus. She then dug with her own fists into the depths of Mt Olympus and revealed the Conclamitus. She then wielded the legendary sword and charged down the mountain and stood at the bottom of Mt Olympus, as she stood she was attacked by Zeus but she quickly dodged it and attacked back. She was fighting Zeus for 10 minutes when the ground started to rumble and soon risen from the underworld was Hades and his army of the undead. They charged at Zeus and Kismet and eventually got to them and attacked. Zeus and Kismet now fought with each other and not against each other. They claimed victory against Hades and the underworld and soon became father and daughter. Kismet loved Zeus and acted as if he was her true father, however, the mystery of her origin was still unsolved by any of the gods and people were confused. Kismet herself hadn’t even know where she had come from, she tried to find out; piece it together and figure out her true origin. A few years later she eventually gave up as she wandered around confused as what to do. She eventually got back to Zeus and asked him “Do I have any parents?” Zeus looked at her and said “you have me,” she sighed and said, “no do I have any biological parents?” Zeus sighed and said “not that I am aware of no,” she was disappointed.
But, that night a meteor struck Mt Olympus and hurt many people, It landed in the side of the mountain and stayed there. Soon, Zeus arrived and tried something. He tried to strike it with lightning. As he did the meteor started to glow and eventually cracked open, and out came a being claiming to be called “Soarta”. Soarta stood there searching for the one who had cracked the meteor. Her eyes eventually found Zeus, she reached her hand out and searched his past, the war, Poseidon's defeat until she eventually found it the awakening of Kismet, her daughter. Eventually, Soarta had made herself at home at Zeus’s place, Kismet was happy and cheerful, and eventually, Zeus married Soarta and was a true father. “Hey, Zeus?” Kismet said “yes” Zeus replied, “I love you, dad.” Zeus’s face was flustered “I love you too.” he said. And they lived happily together forever.