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11th Nov '16 9:06:20 PM Vox
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* CreepyUncle: Abducted and married his niece Persephone... who incidentally is his niece on both sides, since [[BrotherSisterIncest her mother and father are both Hades' siblings.]]
9th Nov '16 7:38:35 AM ansang
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* GadgeteerGenius: The greek gods rely on him for this.


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* GadgeteerGenius: The greek gods rely on him for this.
9th Nov '16 7:36:12 AM ansang
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* BlueOniRedOni: Athena's Blue Oni and Are's Red Oni


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* TheSmartGal: She likes to rely on battle strategy and is the goddess of Wisdom.


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* ButtMonkey: Being considered ugly, Hephaestus was the joke among the gods. Other gods ostracized, mocked and pitied him because he was ugly. He was even disabled to add to it. But despite all this, he was actually a NiceGuy, he was intelligent, creative, hardworking, gentle and loyal.


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* GadgeteerGenius: The greek gods rely on him for this.
9th Nov '16 4:48:34 AM ansang
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* CampStraight: Dionysus is effeminate, highly flamboyant and is the god of Theatre.
8th Nov '16 6:40:53 PM ansang
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* TheSmartGuy: Hades is definitely intelligent (even smarter than his siblings) He's also a highly industrious strategist and tactical thinker.
8th Nov '16 6:30:56 PM ansang
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* TheSmartGuy: Hades is extremely intelligent(even smarter than his siblings) and he's also the most industrious strategist and tactical thinker.
8th Nov '16 6:26:08 PM ansang
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* TheSmartGuy: Hades is definitely intelligent (even smarter than his siblings) He's also a highly industrious strategist and tactical thinker.
22nd Oct '16 1:24:44 AM Waffleface
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* PetTheDog: His relationship with [[PalsWithJesus Admetus.]] When punished to live as a mortal for a year for killing the Python (or, in some versions, several Cyclops), Apollo became Admetus' herdsman and made all his cows (or ewes) birth twins, which was quite a boon for a king at the time. Apollo also helped Admetus win the hand of his wife, Aclestis, by completing the near-impossible task put forth by her father, Pelias (yoking a lion and a boar to a chariot). When Admetus [[TooDumbToLive forgot to sacrifice to Artemis]] during the wedding, Apollo soothed his sister's anger. Apollo also got the Fates drunk and made them promise that, should another die willingly in his place, Admetus would avoid the day of his death. [[HeroicSacrifice Unfortunately,]] Aclestis died for Admetus. [[EarnYourHappyEnding Fortunately,]] Heracles was in the area and [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu wrestled Thanatos for Aclestis's soul.]]
12th Oct '16 8:10:13 AM Vox
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Hades treated the dead according to their actions in life-the most virtuous went to the Elysian Fields, those who were neither very good or very evil existed in a state not that different from life, and only the wicked truly suffered. He also kept his deals, such as allowing Dionysus to leave Hades in exchange for his "best beloved" (his grapevines) and allowing Heracles to take Cerberus when he overcame the hellhound without the use of weapons. He only got pissed off when he was actually crossed, such as when Apollo's son Asclepius learned to raise the dead and Hades complained to Zeus about being cheated out of the deal that allowed him to reign over the souls of the dead. When Theseus and Pirithous tried to sneak into the Underworld to abduct Persephone, Hades imprisoned them in stone seats, and while he eventually allowed Heracles to free Theseus, he did ''not'' extend that forgiveness to Pirithous, who'd come up with the harebrained plan in the first place. Essentially, Hades had two major dealbreakers: don't try to raise the dead without his knowledge and consent, and do ''not'' try to [[CrazyJealousGuy steal his wife.]]

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Hades treated the dead according to their actions in life-the most virtuous went to the Elysian Fields, those who were neither very good or very evil existed in a state not that different from life, and only the wicked truly suffered. He also kept his deals, such as allowing Dionysus to leave Hades in exchange for his "best beloved" (his grapevines) and allowing Heracles to take Cerberus when he overcame the hellhound without the use of weapons. He only got pissed off when he was actually crossed, such as when Apollo's son Asclepius learned to raise the dead and Hades complained to Zeus about being cheated out of the deal that allowed him to reign over the souls of the dead. When Theseus and Pirithous tried to sneak into the Underworld to abduct Persephone, Hades imprisoned them in stone seats, and while he eventually allowed Heracles to free Theseus, he did ''not'' extend that forgiveness to Pirithous, who'd come up with the harebrained plan in the first place. Essentially, Hades was reasonable but had two major very serious dealbreakers: don't try to raise the dead without his knowledge and consent, explicit permission, and do ''not'' try to [[CrazyJealousGuy steal his wife.]]
12th Oct '16 8:05:10 AM Vox
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* BirdsOfAFeather: He and his wife both [[TheStoic have the emotional range of a statue]].

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* BirdsOfAFeather: He and his wife both [[TheStoic have the emotional range of a statue]]. [[NotSoStoic Mostly.]]


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* {{Fiction 500}}: The richest of all gods in terms of material wealth, because gold, silver and gems come from underground and as such fall under his dominion.


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* NotSoStoic: On extremely rare occasions - Orpheus made such a convincingly sad case Hades was moved to tears, and gave him permission to return his love Eurydice back to the world of the living, something he ''really'' doesn't like doing. [[ShootTheShaggyDog And after all that, Eurydice didn't even get to leave.]]
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