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!!'''WARNING: Only spoilers from the current season (Season 2) are whited out.'''


!Main Heroes
->Actor: Jack Donnelly

Jason has been searching for his father for twenty years without answer. Now his whole life is about to change.

* ActionHero: Jason's a very capable fighter, who is incredibly agile and flexible and always jumps into the fray.
* BadassBoast: Jason to the High Priestess of Dionysus:
-->'''Jason''': You should fear me as they [Satyrs] do! I am Jason, slayer of the Minotaur. ... I will slay you as I did the Earth Bull. I will tear down your temple and I will scatter your followers to the four winds!
* BlessedWithSuck: Being blessed by the Gods grants enhanced physical abilities (such as strength, speed and durability) as well as a few other powers, but has the snag it makes it incredibly easy for them to be corrupted.
* TheChosenOne: According to the Oracle. Just what he is chosen for she is rather vague on though.
* DanceBattler: Relies heavily on his incredible agility and flexibility during fights.
* DisappearedDad: Jason's father disappeared into the same vortex that he did, and it's implied he came to some bad end in the world of Atlantis. Jason still doesn't know the whole story. Its revealed in the season 1 finale his name is Aeson, and he is alive, but he lives in leaper's community (its implied he was formerly the king, but Pasiphae destroyed him), he meets Jason, but doesn't reveal his identity to him.
* HonorBeforeReason: A defining trait of Jason's, he will leap to help others regardless of the risk to himself.
* TheLeader
* MadeOfIron: Due to being blessed by the Gods, Jason can take more punishment than a normal man should be able to. He can still be seriously wounded, but he recovers and heals much quicker than he should.
* MissingMom: The Oracle claims not to know anything about her. She's lying, it's actually Pasiphae.
* MrFanservice
* NakedOnArrival: How Jason finds himself on arrival in Atlantis.
* NoInfantileAmnesia: Downplayed. He finds Atlantis strangely familiar, but has no specific memories.
* NoSell: Due to being blessed by the Gods, Jason is immune to Medusa's gaze.
* TheHero
* ScrewDestiny: Doesn't take too kindly to finding out he will one day kill Medusa. He walks out of the Oracle's temple cursing her and Atlantis, determined to avert his foreseen fate.
* TookALevelInJerkass: [[spoiler: Following find out that Pasiphae is his mother, Jason's "heart is blackened" turning him cold and uncaring, as well as more ruthless, and is even tempted to join Pasiphae. It is due to the fact being blessed also leaves him open to corruption. It takes his father Aeson to snap him out of it.]]
* TrappedInAnotherWorld: ''Twice'' apparently. The Oracle claims that he was born in Atlantis and taken to our world as a child.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: Although preferring to rely on Agility and speed, he's got some serious skills, considering he competed in (and would have won) the Pankration, after a few days training, when it normally takes months.


->Actor: Robert Emms

Pythagoras’ wide-eyed innocence and awkward naïveté belies his brilliant mind.

* AccidentalMurder: Accidentally killed his father by pushing him back resulting in him cracking his head when he attacked his mother in a drunken rage. His younger brother Arcas finds out in "The Furies", having previously believed him to be murdered.
* ActionSurvivor
* {{Adorkable}}: He's skinny, and awkward with curly hair and his nose is far too long. And he is utterly adorable when he puts away his triangles and decides he is going to go and try to rescue Jason.
* BadassBookworm: Definitely shaping up to this, but he hasn't done anything too Badass just yet.
** Completely becomes this in Season Two, where he picks up some skill in sword fighting.
* CelibateEccentricGenius: As Hercules puts it, he's "only interested in [his] triangles"
** When Hercules (dealing with the cold shoulder from Medusa) makes a comment about how he doesn't understand the human heart, he responds he's actually quite interested in anatomy.
** Averted in Season 2 when he falls in love with Icarus.
* FatAndSkinny: The Skinny to Hercules' Fat.
* FriendlessBackground: In the pilot, he's sentenced to death by Minotaur. The two people he spends his last night with are Hercules (who he met on a loan deal) and Jason (who he met yesterday). They all quickly become true friends though.
* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: While the real Pythagoras was a brilliant mathematician and something of a polymath, he certainly wasn't a member of a PowerTrio with Jason and Hercules.
* IntelligenceEqualsIsolation: Hercules and Jason are pretty much his only friends. Lampshaded by himself at least once.
* TheMedic: Is the one who treats the others' wounds and looks after Medusa when she is cursed.
* MisterExposition: Generally the one to explain the curse of the week, and how to fix it.
* NonActionGuy: Most of the time, he does help when he can.
** Moves out of this in Season Two.
* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Mathematics, biology, medicine, curses...if you can name it, odds are Pythagoras knows something about it. Justified in that science is not far advanced enough to have disciplines.
* SecretKeeper: [[spoiler: In episode three of the Season Two, he learns from Hercules (who learned from the Oracle) that Pasiphae is Jason's mother, but is warned Jason must never find out or it would lead to his corruption]]
* TheSmartGuy
* StraightGay: Everyone, including his best friends, assumed he had no interest in love. As it turns out, he had no interest in women.
* TookALevelInBadass: At some point between Season One and Two, he gains some skills with a sword allowing him to help up in conflicts though he is still the weakest fighter.

->Actor: Creator/MarkAddy

Is he really the man of legend or just a figment of his own imagination?

* {{Acrofatic}}: When Hercules flees from the Cult of Dionysus in the forest we see that for a man of his bulk he can run pretty damn fast! He also manages, if not very gracefully, to leap the bull.
* BeardnessProtectionProgram: His suggestion for evading [[spoiler:Circe.]]
* BecomingTheBoast: He's on his way.
* TheBigGuy
* BigEater: Certainly has a thing for food, he even at one point claims to like Pies better than Jason.
* BoisterousBruiser
* ButtMonkey: Somewhat.
* CarryABigStick: In the second to last episode of the first season he [[DualWield Dual Wields]] a club and his sword, as a reference to his mythological counterpart's WeaponOfChoice.
* CharacterDevelopment: Over the course of the first series, Hercules becomes noticeably braver, and more heroic.
* ChivalrousPervert: Hercules is quite the womanizer, but he's loyal to his friends and genuinely loves Medusa.
* CowardlyLion: whenever our trio finds themselves in danger, he always offers at least a perfunctory proposal that they flee or otherwise act in a cowardly manner, but he always retracts the idea whenever Jason dismisses it, and he has shown himself to be very brave in the completion of missions or the protection of his friends.
* DrinkingOnDuty: How he manages to let the warehouse full of Frankincense get stolen while he was performing guard duty.
* DropTheHammer: His semi WeaponOfChoice in the second season, which he first picked up during the siege in the Season Premiere.
* FatAndSkinny: The Fat to Pythagoras' Skinny.
* FriendToAllChildren: Adores Oedipus.
* HeartBrokenBadass: Following losing Medusa. [[spoiler: Gets it much worse after Medusa's death.]]
* HiddenDepths: Despite being a notorious womanizer, he appears genuinely interested in seriously pursuing Medusa. His interaction with baby Oedipus also reveals that he has a soft spot for children.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While he often suggests the most selfish course of action, he will inevitably end up doing the right thing.
* MilesGloriosus: To a certain degree. he's not completely unheroic but he vastly exaggerates his courage and prowess
* OnHeadTalker: Than Medusa.
* PapaWolf: Repeatedly towards the baby in Episode 4.
* RetiredBadass: Strongly implied, not just by Hercules himself but by Pythagoras and by the few times Hercules does get in a fight.
** By Season Two, its safe to say he's come out of retirement.
* SecretKeeper: [[spoiler: In the second part of the Season Two premier, he learns that Pasiphae is Jason's mother, but is warned Jason must never find out or it would lead to his corruption]]
* SmarterThanYouLook: Can be quite cunning and crafty at times.
* StoutStrength/ SuperStrength: Despite his size he truly is very strong, even able to bend iron bars and snap chains.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: When he ever does fight, he proves to actually be not that bad a wrestler.

!Royal Court

[[folder:Princess Ariadne]]
->Actor: Aiysha Hart

Ariadne is heir to the throne. She cares deeply for the people of Atlantis and her sacred duties to protect them.

* DeadpanSnarker: Particularly when Pasiphae's around.
* TheHighQueen: [[spoiler: In the season 2 premiere, after Minos's death.]]
* RebelliousPrincess
* [[YoureNotMyFather You're Not My Mother]]: Pulls this on Pasiphae in episode three of the first series.
* TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask: As soon as [[spoiler:she becomes queen]], she has to deal with an invasion, her demoralized troops deserting, and the city nearly falling on top of [[spoiler:her father's death.]] It's clearly taken a toll on her.

->Actor: Oliver Walker

Pasiphae's nephew, a bullying nobleman betrothed to Ariadne.

* AristocratsAreEvil
* CombatPragmatist: Is a capable fighter, but is in no way afraid to cheat or fight dirty. It's treated as a character flaw by pretty much everyone, even Pasiphae, since he's trying for the throne and thus needs to be seen as honourable.
* TheDragon: To Pasiphae, during the first season.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He is at first unwilling to kill Therus, as he is the kings son and is only convinced by Pasiphae over fears of what Minos would do to him if he ever found out Therus was still alive.
* {{Expy}}: He's got a lot of similarities to [[Series/{{Merlin}} Arthur]], but like other characters it's subverted. He's introduced being a jerkass and fighting the hero, is under the thumb of the BigBad who is his relative, is royalty, [[spoiler:but he never redeems himself or shows HiddenDepths, and is killed by the hero at the end of the season]].
* MommasBoy: He's under the thumb of his aunt, Pasiphae, with whom he appears to have a substitute mother-son relationship.
* {{Jerkass}}: His EstablishingCharacterMoment has him attempt to beat an old man for "insulting" him by having his cart break down in front of him, then claiming further insult because the man [[InsaneTrollLogic isn't moving it faster]].
* PrinceCharmless: Ariadne finds him to be lacking any charm.
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: His preferred fighting style, as he's very good at Greek style wrestling, justified in that he's been training for and competing in the Pankration since he was a boy.

[[folder:King Minos]]
->Actor: Creator/AlexanderSiddig

As King of Atlantis, Minos oversees a prosperous city and a mighty army.

* {{Expy}}: {{Subverted}} With his line in the trailer ''"You dare to defy your king?"'' many assumed he was just an expy of [[Series/{{Merlin}} Uther]], however his character arc has been quite different and is more a sympathetic character with a tragic fate at the hands of his wife ahead of him.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Dies off-screen just before the events of the season Two Premier]]
* PapaWolf: As far as we know, he's not even aware that Pasiphae was poisoning him, but the news that she tried to execute his daughter is more than enough for him to turn against her.
* PrinciplesZealot: While he's not the nicest guy in the world, he does appear to at least [[LawfulNeutral honour the laws he enforces]]. If a condemned prisoner survives their virtual death sentence, he releases them immediately, accepting they have the favour of Poseidon.
** Invoked by Ariadne by noting how Jason would have bested Heptarian in Pankration if Jason chose to but showed him mercy is a sign from the gods their engagement should be absolved. After a moment to think on it, Minos agrees.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Minos might be elitist and strict, but he is also reasonably fair, takes his responsibilities seriously and tries to keep his kingdom safe.
* ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem: He absolves Ariadne of treason without even knowing the circumstances, purely because she is his daughter and no one can defy him.
* TheUsurper: Although who he usurped is still a mystery (though its implied it might be Jason's father).


[[folder:Queen Pasiphae]]
->Actor: Sarah Parish

As the wife of the King, there are those who say Pasiphae is the real power behind the throne in Atlantis. She also secretly practices witchcraft.

* AmbitionIsEvil: She is driven purely by a desire for power.
* BigBad: A unusual example, as, whilst she is the most dangerous opponent in the series and drives its main conflict, she doesn't actively or directly oppose the heroes (most of the time).
* TheChessmaster: And ''how''!
* DeadpanSnarker: Has her moments.
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Inverted, here we have an evil mother who still loves her good son, Pasiphae spends the first half of the second Season focusing on Jason right up until [[spoiler: Jason (still unaware she's his mother) almost strangles her to death. After this she accepts he'll never love her, even if he finds out the truth and opts to have him killed. After this she begins denying her love for her son, but it's clear she's in denial.]]
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Loves her son dearly, to the point where she'll kill her own men rather than let him be harmed.
* EvilMentor: Towards Medea in Season Two.
* TheExile: [[spoiler:In Season 2. She plans to come back.]]
* FauxAffablyEvil: She tries to be polite and friendly. But underneath it all she is completely ruthless and will hurt and kill anyone who gets in her way.
** For much of the series, anyway. In the finale... [[VillainousBreakdown things change]].
* GodSaveUsFromTheQueen
* LadyOfBlackMagic: Pasiphae fits the trope to a tee.
* LukeIAmYourFather: "Touched by the Gods Part 2" introduces Jason's father, who Pasiphae recognises. He reveals to her that Jason is their son.
* MadeOfIron: Takes an arrow to the chest which only knocks her out cold, upon awakening she pulls it out, and survives and is back to normal in less than two days. Like her son, her durability stems from being blessed.
* ManipulativeBitch: She plays Minos like a violin for the first season, only loosing her hold after he discovers she tried to kill Ariadne.
* NoSell: Due to being blessed by the Gods, she is immune to Medusa's gaze.
* PragmaticVillainy: She won't kill Ariadne outright, as killing Poseidon's servant would turn the court against her.
* VainSorceress
* VillainousBSOD: When Aeson tells her Jason is their son.
* WickedStepmother: To Ariadne.

->Actor: Joe Dixon

The King’s General is a battle-hardened warrior who is duty-bound to protect the royal family.

* BaldOfAwesome
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Has a few slashes on the right side of his head showing him as a seasoned warrior.
* FourStarBadass
* HeroicSacrifice: He helps Jason and the guys rescue Ariadne in the finale, staying behind to cover their escape. He manages to kill several guards and still stand after being wounded, but is ultimately killed by Heptarian.
* KilledOffForReal: See HeroicSacrifice.
* LoopholeAbuse: He serves the King. So if he wants to conspire with the Queen's would-be assassin to rescue the King's daughter from execution, he's technically just doing his job.
* MauveShirt: Given a few lines and some token character stuff so he stands out from your average {{mook}} or enforcer.

[[folder: Dion]]
->Actor: Vincent Regan

The new commander of Atlantis's forces and a member of the royal council. He also serves as Ariadne's advisor.

* AndThenJohnWasAZombie: [[spoiler: In the very next episode after his death he is accidentally risen by Pasiphae, along with the other dead. He is put down when the spell is broken.]]
* FatherToHisMen: Case example, him reassuring the soldiers before they go into battle.
* FourStarBadass: The commander of Atlantis's army and a very capable warrior in his own right.
* TheGoodChancellor: While not specifically having this rank, he never the less takes this role, giving Ariadne advice on matters and serving her to the death.
* KilledOffForReal:[[spoiler: He dies of an Arrow wound in "The Marriage of True Minds" after saying goodbye to his queen.]]
* UndyingLoyalty: Towards his Queen
* WeHardlyKnewYe

!Citizens of Atlantis

->Actor: Jemima Rooper

A woman for whom Hercules develops feelings after Jason frees her from the Maenads' cult.

* PutOnABus: Following her curse, she goes into self imposed exile to keep everyone else safe.
** TheBusCameBack: Returns in late Season 2 "A Fate Worse Than Death"
* ForegoneConclusion: At the end of her first appearance, she's cursed by the dying High Priestess of Dionysus. She is eventually transformed into a gorgon by PandorasBox in the ninth episode.
* LetThemDieHappy: Medusa is rescued from the Maenads along with another girl whose dying, elderly father had tasked Jason and friends to save her; but the girl [[spoiler:kills herself rather than reveal the cult's secrets, with her last words being that her father is dead to her.]] Medusa comforts the old man by lying to him that his daughter is happy and eloped with a man she loved.
* GorgeousGorgon: As of 'Pandora's Box'. Her transformation gives her snake hair, but doesn't change anything else about her outward appearance.
* {{Medusa}}: Naturally, however this show actually has her as a character before she was cursed to become a monster. Which occurred when she opened PandorasBox, in "Pandora's Box".
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: Jason's alarmed after hearing her name, and asks if it's a common one around Atlantis.
* PluckyGirl: Medusa is an older version. When we meet her, she's been keeping up a facade of being brainwashed for weeks, and manages to save Hercules' life through some quick thinking. [[spoiler: As you'd expect, this goes downhill when she becomes a gorgon]].
* {{Tomboy}}: Described as such in publicity material.

[[folder:The Oracle]]
->Actor: Juliet Stevenson

A celebrated and revered figure, the Oracle knows only too well the impact her prophecies can have on men.

* AndStarring
* BigGood: she cannot interfere directly in most matters, but she is trying her best to allow Jason to achieve his best destiny
* ExactWords: Many times.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Is killed by Medusa in "A Fate Worse Than Death"]]
* LesserOfTwoEvils: When faced with the choice of either [[TheUsurper Minos]] or [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Pasiphae]], she chooses Minos.
* SelfFulfillingProphecy[=/=]ProphecyTwist: She's well aware of both these tropes.
* TakenForGranite [[spoiler: Her fate at the hands of Medusa]].
* UnreliableNarrator: She's deliberately misled people on more than one occasion. Pasiphae is shocked and angered the Oracle knew from the start Jason was her own son and the Oracle never told her.
* VaguenessIsComing: She speaks a lot of coming dangers and how Jason will be the one to fight them.

->Actor: Ken Bones

A High Priest in the Temple of Poseidon, Melas is a trusted ally of the Oracle.

* BaldOfAwesome/ BaldOfEvil: Starts the first, but [[spoiler: Becomes the second, in Season Two]]
* GoodShepherd: Probably best shown in "Touched by the Gods" where he visits Ariadne who is awaiting her execution and offers to pray with her.
* HighPriest
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Betrays Ariadne and the Oracle in Season two, due to Pasiphae kidnapping Cassandra]].
* TheMole: [[spoiler: To Pasiphae in season 2]]
* MouthOfSauron: Heroic variation. The Oracle cannot leave the Temple (or at least we have never seen her do so), so any time someone needs help outside the temple or the Oracle needs to fetch someone, he's sent out.

[[folder: Korinna]]
->Actor: Hannah Arterton

Princess Ariadne's loyal handmaiden, who she uses as a go-between when Ariadne herself cannot be seen leaving the palace

* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold
* KilledOffForReal
* SacrificialLamb: to prove that Pasiphae means business
* UndyingLoyalty: to Ariadne

!Recurring Antagonists

[[folder: Circe]]
->Actor: Lucy Cohu
A powerful Witch, Circe is Pasiphae's sister. Pasiphae ruined her life and now she is consumed with revenge, and does not care who she hurt to get it.

* AdaptationalVillainy: While somewhat malevolent in the myths, as she turned all Odysseus's crew into pigs, Odysseus did manage to earn her respect after he outwitted her (with some help from the gods) and she was even willing to let him and his crew rest on her island for a whole year. Here although treated somewhat sympathetically she is show to be mentally unstable and willing to hurt anyone in her pursuit of vengeance.
* {{AxCrazy}}: Circe is unstable, and very quickly goes from calm to resorting to homicide, complete with a maniacal grin.
* BigBadEnsemble: With Pasiphae during the first season.
* DealWithTheDevil: Offers one to Hercules, giving him Medusa's love but not telling him that the spell will kill her over time and forces Jason to one to save her, and Hercules, by forcing him to kill Pasiphae.
* DiskOneFinalBoss: Is killed in the first part of the season one finale, leaving the heroes to have to deal with Pasiphae.
* DreamWalker: Circe visits Jason in his dreams to remind him of there deal forcing him to kill Pasiphae.
* KilledOffForReal: By Jason
* LonersAreFreaks: Circe lives alone in a cave far away from civilisation, and is presented as cold and mentally unstable. However she only does so because her sister took away her life, and forced her into this existence. It is due to this that she is unstable.
* ManipulativeBitch: Circe was able to manipulate Hercules desperation so that he would (unwittingly) go through with her plan.
* MindOverMatter: Her main power, she normally uses it to throw people around.
* {{Revenge}}: Circe is consumed with vengeance against Pasiphae and forces Jason to try and fulfill her vengeance by threatening to kill him and his friends
* TakingYouWithMe: Her last act is summon several skeleton warriors to kill Jason after he fatally wounds her.
* TragicVillain: Circe once had a good life, a home and a man who love her. However her own sister ruined it, causing her to lose everything, meaning she now lives in isolation in a cave. The effects have driven her into insanity, and left her obsessed with gaining vengeance upon her sister.
* VillainTeleportation: Utilises this in her battle against Jason.
* WidowWitch: A sympathetic version, Circe was once happily married; however, Pasiphae ruined her life and took her husband. It is partially because of this she seeks revenge.


[[folder: Medea]]
->Actor: Amy Manson
The Princess of Colchis, Pasiphae's new apprentice and follower.

* AristocratsAreEvil
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: Her reason for following Pasiphae: she is the only one who has ever treated her kindly, while others have shunned her due to her status.
* TheDragon: To Pasiphae.
** CoDragons: Shares this role to Pasiphae with Goran.
* LeParkour: Shows some minor skills in this, when stealing the Palladium.
* HotWitch: A Witch of Colcis to be exact, same as Circe and Pasiphae.
* MindOverMatter: One of her powers, she is able to throw a grown man across a room.
* NoSell: As she has been blessed by the gods, she's immune to Medusa's gaze.
* StudentAndMasterTeam: With Pasiphae.


[[folder: Goran]]
->Actor: Peter De Jersey
General of the Colchean forces and Pasiphae's second in command.


* TheDragon: To Pasiphae.
** CoDragons: Shares this role to Pasiphae with Medea.
* EvilCounterpart: Comes across as one to Dion, as he shares the same role he does to Ariadne, to Pasiphae.
* FourStarBadass


[[folder: Telemon]]
->Actor: Creator/CliveStanden

The Prince of Aegina, he arrives in Atlantis for the coronation games supposedly to win the heart of princess Ariadne.


* AffablyEvil: [[spoiler: Willing to cheat, betray and murder to further his goals while always staying polite, cheerful, and genuinely grateful]]
* AristocratsAreEvil
* TheCharmer: Brilliant at this, he manages to get almost everyone on his side.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: [[spoiler: Was forced into slave labour in the salt mines and exiled due to a failing out with his father, which he claims was due to him leaving as a young man, and ending up joining a group who he thought were adventures but turned out to be pirates]]
* DualWield: Fights with a pair of curved swords.
* TheExile: [[spoiler: Was exiled from his home, due to a disagreement with his father. He joins Pasiphae cause he's looking for a new one]].
* GracefulLoser: [[spoiler: Takes losing the coronation games to Jason, despite trying to murder him, quite well]]
* StayInTheKitchen: His attitude to the suspicious death of Areto ([[spoiler:whom he murdered]]) is that being a warrior is no occupation for a woman.
* [[SinisterScimitar Sinister Makaharia]]: Dual wields a pair of curved swords as his WeaponOfChoice.


!Recurring Allies

[[folder: Atalanta]]
->Actor: Nora-Jane Noone

A follower of the goddess Artemis, whose destiny crosses with Jason's.


* ArcherArchetype: Carries a bow as her WeaponOfChoice and is an incredible archer (being trained by the goddess of the hunt herself) able to shoot dozen's of arrows with incredible accuracy a minute.
* BigDamnHeroes: Saves Jason and Pythagoras from the Scythians.
* HealingHands: Due to learning it from Artemis, Atalanta possess knowledge of healing magic, which she uses to heal Jason's wounds.
* NatureHero: Grew up and lives in the Forest of Calydon, she never the less averts the NoSocialSkills part of the trope being quite kind and friendly to the trio, even leaving them breakfast after she leaves.
* NatureLover
* NiceGirl: She's perfectly willing to kill multiple barbarians if the need arises, but apart from that Atalanta comes across as quite friendly and well intentioned woman.
* ParentalAbandonment: Was abandoned as an infant in the forest, but was raised by the goddess Artemis.
* WeaponOfChoice: Her bow.


[[folder: Orpheus]]
->Actor: Ronald Pickup

A BlindSeer, traveling with his wife and friend to the temple of Isis, when a chance meeting changes everything.


* BlindSeer
* CoolOldGuy
* TheDeterminator: [[spoiler: His commitment to seeing Eurydice again after her death, is so great that he is even willing to try and travel to the underworld.]]
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: [[spoiler: Eurydice does in his, see staking the loved one.]]
* HappilyMarried: With Eurydice.
* LoveAtFirstSight: With Eurydice.
* MythologyGag: Its mentioned that he has a beautiful signing voice, and Eurydice first heard him singing. A reference to his mythological counterpart's magic singing.
** [[spoiler: In a darker version, he promises his wife after she dies he will be with her again, and not even Hades will stop him]]
* StakingTheLovedOne: [[spoiler: Is forced to kill Eurydice after she is infected, before she becomes a zombie.]]