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Posted 5/22/09 , edited 5/22/09

zuez believe to be the son of cronos the titan. Zuez banished all the titans to the pits of hades for his father's sins


In Greek mythology, Ares was the god of warfare and bloodlust. He was the son of Zeus and Hera, as well as the half brother of Athena, and Kratos. Ares was a distrustful god among all Greeks, for his unpredictable nature usually resulted in violence. Ares had a quadriga drawn by four gold-bridled, fire-breathing, immortal stallions. Among the gods, Ares was recognized by his bronze armor; he also brandished a spear in battle. His keen and sacred birds were the barn owl, woodpecker, the eagle owl, and the vulture. Ares was known to have had a romance with Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty. Their union created the minor gods Harmonia, Eros, Phobos, and Deimos. While Harmonia and Eros' godly stations favored their goodly mother, Phobos and Deimos by far preferred to emulate their father, often accompanying him to war.

athena the goddes of strategic warfare

In Greek mythology, Athena (Άθηνά) was the goddess of strategic warfare and heroic endeavour. She was well-known as the shrewd companion of many heroes. She was the virgin patron of Athens, which built the Panthenon to worship her. she is the half sister of Kratos.

It was prophecized that the children of the goddess of crafty thought and wisdom, Metis, would be far more powerful than the sire, including Zeus himself. In order to forestall these consequences, after laying with Metis, Zeus swallowed her whole, imprisoning her within his belly. However, it was too late. Metis had already conceived a child.

Zeus soon came to be in great pain. Prometheus, Hephaestus, and Hermes all cleaved Zeus’ head with the double-headed Minoan ace, the labrys. From Zeus’ forehead Athena was born, leaping out of her father fully grown and armored. She became his most favorite daughter.

Classical myths thereafter noted that Hera was so annoyed at Zeus producing a child —apparently on his own— that she caused herself to conceive and bear Hephaestus by herself. After the appearance of this variant it became stated that Metis never bore any more children and that Zeus persisted as supreme ruler of Mount Olympus.

Athena competed with Poseidon to be the patron deity of Athens, which was yet unnamed. They agreed that each would give the Athenians one gift and that the Athenians would choose the gift they preferred. Poseidon struck the ground with his trident and a spring sprang up; this gave them a means of trade and water —Athens at its height was a significant sea power, defeating the Persian fleet at the Battle of Salamis— but the water was salty and not very good for drinking.

Athena, however, offered them the first domesticated olive tree. The Athenians’ king, Cecrops, accepted the olive tree and with it the patronage of Athena. The reason being was because the olive tree brought wood, oil, and food.
Posted 5/29/09 , edited 5/30/09
How about Hercules Neko-kun?>w< U should put Hercules here!^^
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