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Ares was the child of Zeus and Hera.
He was one of the 12 Gods and Goddesses that lived at Mt. Olympus
When Ares was still a child, two giants named the Aloadae raided Mt. Olympus. They captured Ares and imprisoned him in a jar for 13 months. He was only released when the giants mother told Hermes and he rescued Ares.
As the God of war, Ares has supernatural strength and durability along with the ability to expertly use any weapon.
Ares was the least popular of the Gods. He was disliked by both of his parents along with most of the other Gods and Goddesses and The Greeks.
Ares represents war but more specifically bloodlust and slaughter. In literature Ares is alluded to as the personification of violence.
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