Why did Ares hate Zeus?
He hated Zeus’s creation(man and woman) and he wished for the human civilisation to die. Zeus, thus hated him even more. Whoever prayed to Ares was driven mad by Ares and then was made to commit brutal, heinous acts of cold, cruel evil. Ares is despicable.
What are 3 important powers of Hades?
- Cap of Invisibility. Hades possessed the power of invisibility given to him through a magical helmet made by the cyclops.
- Control Over the Earth’s Riches.
- Keeper of the Souls.
- Hades and Cerberus.
- Stealer of Persephone.
Who did Hades cheat on Persephone with?
The one time was with Minthi (Μίνθη) a girl of extreme beauty and as the myth says either Demetra transformed her to a plant (Mint) because she was afraid that Hades would replace Persephone with her , either Persephone was so enraged by Hades infidelity that she killed the girl by stomping on her.
Did Hades cheat on Persephone with Minthe?
Hades did not make any of his extramarital affairs a secret. Typically, his affairs would not bother Persephone, but when Minthe arrogantly bragged that she was more beautiful than Persephone and that she would win Hades back, Persephone took revenge. Persephone turned Minthe into what we know today as the mint plant.
Who was the most evil Greek god?
The Most Evil and Dangerous Greek Gods and Goddesses
- #8 – Apate. Apate was the daughter of Erebos, the God of Darkness, and Nyx, the Goddess of Night.
- #7 – Cronus. Cronus was the son of Uranus, God of the Sky, and Gaia, Goddess of the Earth.
- #6 – Eris.
- #5 – Zeus.
- #4 – Deimos and Phobos.
- #3 – Hera.
- #2 – Ares.
- #1 – Hades.
Who did Helios love?
What is the main point of the story of Circe?
Despised by her divine family, Circe discovers her powers of sorcery when she turns a human fisherman into a god. When he spurns her for another nymph, Scylla, Circe transforms her rival into a horrific sea monster who becomes the sourge of all sailors – an act that will haunt Circe for the rest of her life.
Who did Hades punish?
To fight off her terrible hunger, she secretly ate seven pomegranate seeds. But a gardener of Hades had seen her and ratted her out to Hades. Persephone punished him for his indiscretion by turning him into a screech owl or Demeter punished him by burying him under an enormous rock. The deed having been done, Rhea?
Did Hades kill Zeus?
In Hercules, Hades unleashes the Titans, who climb Mount Olympos and take the gods as captives. In fact, there is actually a myth recorded in Book One, lines 397 through 406, of the Iliad which reports that several gods once actually did plot to overthrow Zeus—but Hades was not one of them.
How did Helios die?
Zeus, in order to save the world, strikes Phaethon with a lightning, killing him. Helios, in his sorrow, refuses to resume his job, but he returns to his tasks at the appeal of the other gods, and Zeus’ threats. In one version of the myth, Helios conveyed his dead son to the stars, as a constellation.
What is Helios weakness?
Helios’ Strengths: Powerful, fiery, bright, tireless. Helios’ Weaknesses: His intense fire can burn.
How does Telemachus seem different than his father?
Telemachus never fully matches his father’s talents, at least not by the Odyssey’s conclusion. He has a stout heart and an active mind, and sometimes even a bit of a temper, but he never schemes with the same skill or speaks with quite the same fluency as Odysseus.
Who did Hades hate?
|Enemies||His apparent nephew Hercules, his older brother Zeus, Philoctetes, Megara, Pegasus, Hera, The Gods|
|Likes||Torturing Hercules and his closest friends|
|DisLikes||His job, losing, Zeus, Pain and Panic’s stupidity|
|Powers and Abilities||The Standard Powers and Abilities of a God|
How has Odysseus changed in the Odyssey?
Through the story he does evolve and develop as a character; by the end of the story, he is more patient and is able to put his pride to the side, and becomes more cunning and even reduces his stature of King of Ithaca, and disguises himself as a beggar, and allowing abuse from the suitors.
How has Telemachus changed since the beginning of Book 1?
Athena gives Telemachus one piece of information about his father. How has Telemachus changed since the beginning of Book 1, and how does Penelope react? He has become more assertive, referring to himself as the man of the house. She looks at him in wonder.
Did Persephone kill mortals?
Her bringer of death title must be linked to her red eyes and we know her name changed from Kore to persephone after whatever happend happend. What did she do? She probably killed a lot of Mortal/Nymphs whenever she tries to control Spring.
How does Telemachus change in the Odyssey?
Telemachus is changing so much that he is even willing to take risks in his life now. He is no longer the safe guy, he is now making pacts about his father and is risking his life and mostly his mothers life over his journey. On his journey, Telemachus goes to the island of Pylos, and meets King Nestor.
What did Hades do wrong?
Bad things Hades did: He kidnapped Persephone and forced her to marry him by trickery. (Note that he had Zeus’s permission though, so Zeus was just as responsible for this) He trapped Theseus in the underworld for trying to kidnap Persephone, so he’s a hypocrite.