Poliahu, goddess of snowy Mauna Kea -- a sister and a jealous rival to Pele locked in an eternal ice and fire enmity.
Pele's sisters, Kapo and Laka, two personalities of the same spirit -- one a spirit of fertility and sorcery, the other a spirit of the dance.
Hi'iaka, a spirit of the dance, was Pele's favorite sister.
Pele, appearing as a beautiful young woman and as an old hag.
Ka-moho-ali'i, respected elder brother and keeper of the water of life. As a great shark he led Pele to Hawaii.
Lonomakua, keeper of the sacred fire sticks, made volcanic fires at Pele's command.
Ka-poho-i-kahi-ola, spirit of explosions.
Ke-ua-a-ke-po, spirit of the rain of fire.
Kane-hekili, spirit of thunder.
Ke-o-ahi-kama-kaua, spirit of lava fountains.