He’s a strong ferocious leader. He’s meticulous about his move and wants the best for him and his people.
Pensive, collective, and ambitious. He loves his people and will do anything for their well-being.
One of the most powerful gods but their greed will get the best of them.
His arrogance takes the best him but he will need to surpass his selfishness to survive.
He trains hard and works hard. He looks intimidating but he’s a sweetheart.
Don’t let that pretty face fool you, her wits will surprise you
She’s adventurous and fun but will defend what and who she loves at any cost
Her alluring sex appeal will captivate anyone but her punches will make you fall.
He’s loyal and trustworthy to Aidoneus. He sacrificed everything for friendship.
He’s care-free but when rough times arrises he toughens up for a fight.
She loves her family and will sacrifice her well-being to protect them.
She’s smart and outgoing and surpassed much turbulence to become a great warrior at the end.
God of the Underworld. He’s the leader but sometimes his carefulness hinders his personal life.
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