How is Hades different than ares?
they both dont have the same power
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Yes and no, Hestia is the first born of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, making her the oldest of the gods. Her life didn't actually start because she was eaten by Cronus. Then whe…n Zeus posoined Cronus she was at the bottom of the stomach and was he last to be upchucked making her the youngest. This question is based on how you look at it. I say she is older because she was the first to be born, but someone could argue with me for awhile.
It depends of the legend In some versions of the story Hades was the second born child in others His sisters were born first and he, Poseidon and Zeus were born afterwords.
no poseidon as god of the sea was a god created approximately 10000 yrs later
Luke stole it, he Stole the Helm of Darkness and The Lightning Bolt
The aura of Hades is more of a death and sadness aura while Ares has more of a fiery death and war air to him. Ares represents the world of fighting and has empty eye sockets …with fire in them . You have to admit that that is different than the all-black-wearing Lord of the Underworld who was simply excluded by his entire family and is perpetually sad and upset, thus making him angry sometimes, especially with Percy, who seems to have no luck whatsoever.
Yes Hades is stronger than Zeus because Hades is the oldest brotherthat means he is the most experienced in combats and also becauseHades is capable of summoning every human o…r god or anything thatever died in history that could easily kill Zeus
Hades definitely because hes part of the big 3
Hadies is the god of the dead and Ares is the god of war.
why is this in "gorillas"??? Hades would win due to his ability to summon the assistance of the dead, who far outnumber the living.
The idea of Hades, and the place of "Hades" as the Underworld, is in Greek myth, which is much older then Christianity. So, if such beings exist, Hades would be older.
Is death afraid of war? No. Ares, when hurt, shows a fear of death/Hades.
because they were enimes