Once apon a time, upon Mount Olympus, there lived three brothers.
Zeus, the king of the gods, and the god of the the sky and thunder,
Poseidon is the god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses,
And Hades, the god of the underworld.
Hades was never lonely. He had the love from his best friend Cerberus, a three headed dog.
When one would think of the underworld, they would think of pain, greif, death and mourn. It was not all like that. The Elysian Feids, for example, weas a place that heroes went after they die. It was Hades job to decide where they go.
He was much happier in the underworld rather then on the surface.
Helios was a retired god who used to pull out the sun each day. Hades was now the owner of the chariot. It is one of his most precious beloingings. He would ride it with Cerberus and tear through the underowrld, watching the sould of the dead scatter out of the way.
Hades came up to the surface sometimes, to give Cerberus a sniff of a place.