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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.
No, Zeus is the King of the Gods right, he defeted his father, not Hades who was too scared You are SOOOO WRONG, it's rediculous. Look into the actual Mythology. …Cronus had heard of a prophecy that said that his children would overthrow him as the ruler of the universe. To countact this upon having children, he ate them one at a time. Hades was the oldest of the 6 kids, 3 boys and 3 girls. All of them were eaten and Zeus was the youngest boy, the only one who hadn't been eaten. Rhea, his mother and the wife of Cronus made sure to replace him with a rock, Cronus ate the rock thinking it was his youngest son and everything was happy and good for him. Rhea had entrusted Zeus under the care of Gaia, who is the Titan of the Earth and the mother to Cronus, the son of Uranus (and he's called a lot of other names) who was more or less the sky, Gaia was the earth. Anyway so he grew into adulthood on an island that actually exists in our world and is seen as a holy land for the religion. Anyway so he went back to his mother and without Cronus knowing that he was his son, thinking he was only a handservant or whatever to fill drinks, Rhea knowing it was him and the plan was to free the other siblings. Anyway so he gave Cronus a drink, a drink that had some sort of mixture in it that would make Cronus throw up. He threw up Hades, Poseidon, and the three girls. The children along with Zeus all ran off and then the start of the Great War against the Titans, it lasted years and the Gods as a whole were losing. When the Titans first got into rule Cronus put the Titan's ugly siblings, the 100 armed ones and the cyclopes in Tartarus which was guarded by a dragon/chimera like monster who was the warden. A very monstrous and powerful being. Zeus was able to beat it cuz it wasn't like it was as strong as Cronus and he freed the 100 armed ones and the Cyclopes with his brothers Hades and Poseidon. That's when they joined the side of the young Gods, they uncles to the gods who were the siblings to the Titans made the God Weapons at that time. Zeus was given the Master Bolt, which is described as a giant metal or gold thing shaped in the shape of the lightning bolt. Hades was given the Helm of Invisibility, which gives him the ability to turn invisible, even to mythological creatures and gods. Poseidon was given the Trident, which gave him the power to create earthquakes with it's power. Before that point the gods only had the ability of high level magick, god level warrior skills, high levels of physical above human strength, speed, flexiblity, etc etc, and the ability to shapeshift into whatever they wanted. The gods were weaker than the strong titans but the weapons gave them something the Titans didn't have. The three along with their sisters, the freed "monsters", etc etc were all able to fight off the force known as the Titans in the end after years of fighting and almost losing. Atlas who was the second in command or seen as so was forced to carry Earth on his shoulder, sometimes being determined as the gravity of the earth. Cronus and the majority of the titans were tossed into the underworld. A few female titans were kept because zeus had sexual and mental interests in them. Prometheus and his brother who had a similar name that I can't think of off teh bat were also allowed to be free and to kinda join the gods cuz they were one of the few titans (which is just a name used for elder gods) who sided with the Gods to take down Cronus. Prometheus means forethought, as in thinking before. The brother on the other hand means afterthought, which means you do something then think about it later. The brother created animals with all the gifts when he created them, there were no gifts that would allow for the humans to survive, they weren't fast like cheetah's, they couldn't fly like an eagle, etc etc. Well so then Prometheus had such faith in his children and love that he went against Zeus, found the gift of fire, and gave it to the humans, he was then pinned to a rock and a bird ate his internal organs out each day and each day they grew back. Heracles (Greek name for Hercules which is the Roman version) freed him later. Anyway back to the time when they were able to pick which lands they were to get. They drew lots, Hades was the oldest and should have been the king by the general rules of the time and was more or less supposed to be the king of the gods but he agreed to lots and he drew the underworld. Poseidon drew the ocean. Zeus drew the sky and became king of the gods. All because of luck =w= Anyway the thing you were talking about with Hades being to scared. Typhoon, the last child of Gaia, a monster that was stronger than Cronus. I mean it was fathered by Tartarus and mothered by Gaia. It was the strongest of all creatures. Here's wikipedia: He was: "known as the largest and most fearsome of all creatures. His human upper half reached as high as the stars, and his hands reached east and west. Instead of a human head, a hundred dragon heads erupted from his neck and shoulders (some, however, depict him as having a human head, with the dragon heads replacing the fingers on his hands). His bottom half consisted of gigantic viper coils that could reach the top of his head when stretched out and constantly made a hissing noise. His whole body was covered in wings, and fire flashed from his eyes, striking fear even into the Olympians." The Olympian gods ran away from him, only Zeus stood up to him. Hades was in the underworld the whole time. Another thing you might want to know, Zeus lost in his first fight to Typhoon and had his tendons ripped out and was more or less useless, Hermes though was able to retrieve them being the most pick pockety of the gods and then gave it back to Zeus and he was back in shape and was able to win round 2. Fyi to defeat Typhoon, Zeus had to throw a mountain on him, Mount Etna. So yeah, you were wrong on your reasoning. Though we know Zeus > Poseidon through actual feats of Zeus proving himself stronger than Poseidon, we can't be sure on Hades in a 1 on 1. Hades would however likely win in an all out fight seeing as he owns the jail cell that holds all the worst monsters and titans in it, has domain over all the dead heroes who fought bravely, has tons of souls he can use, has the Cerberus and harpies, the Cerberus was a son of Typhoon actually. He also has the helm and a 2 pronged staff in which he can hold a god or monster down with. Hades is often depicted as being "terrible" It had another meaning back then though, it meant great and powerful.
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