Odin is the leader of the gods in Norse mythology and typically described as a seeker of knowledge, while Zeus is the rulers of the gods in Greek mythology and possesses the power to control weather. Zeus wields bolts of thunder and lightning in battle. Odin's famous weapon is a powerful spear named Gungir, which was forged by dwarves.
Odin is known as the All-Father and often travels with two raven companions, Hugin and Munin. The ravens were symbols of Odin's intellectual personality, with Hugin representing thought and Munin representing memory. Odin is usually depicted with a missing or damaged eye because he sacrificed one eye to gain knowledge by drinking from the roots of Yggdrasil, the World Tree. In Norse myths, Odin and his fellow gods live in Asgard in extravagant palaces spread across several realms. Odin's realm is Valhalla, where his grand palace is home to fallen warriors rewarded for their valiant acts with eternal feasting and sport.
The Greek gods live in Olympus, and Zeus specifically rules the realm of the sky. When Zeus was born, his mother Rhea hid him from his father Cronus to prevent him from being swallowed alive. Years later, Zeus tricked Cronus into vomiting up the children he had previously swallowed, and Zeus successfully led his siblings in a war against their father. Throughout Greek and Roman myths, Zeus is most known for frivolously pursuing human women, often triggering the wrath of his wife and sister Hera.