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Greek Gods Of Ares: The Greek God Of War

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Ares is the god of war, he is a greek god. Ares is in love with Aphrodite.He has a lot of children. Ares has a temple in greece. The god of wars abilities are shape shifting, conjuration, teleportation, fire manipulation, regeneration, superhuman strength, superhuman speed, superhuman agility, superhuman stamina, master of pyrokinesis materialize any weapon.

Ares is one of the Twelve Olympian gods and the son of Zeus and Hera[Greeks and Goddesses par1.] In literature Ares represents the violent and physical untamed aspect of war[Greeks and Goddesses par1.]Although Ares embodied the physical aggression necessary for success in war, the Greeks were ambivalent toward him because he was a dangerous, overwhelming force that was insatiable in battle[Greeks and Goddesses par2.]Ares is well known as the lover of Aphrodite, who was married to Hephaestus[Greeks and Goddesses par3] One famous story of Ares and Aphrodite exposes them to
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Hebe, another sister of his, was the Goddess of Youth[Greeks and Goddesses.] Ares had many offspring, which is characteristic of nearly all of the notable Greek gods[Greeks and Goddesses.] He conceived more mortal children than divine children[Greeks and Goddesses.] Tereus, a son of Ares, was known to have inherited his father’s abhorrent qualities[Greeks and Goddesses.] Ares was the biological father of at least three of Hercules’ enemies: Cycnus, Lycaon, and Diomedes[Greeks and Goddesses.]
Eros(cupid) was also the child of Ares and Aphrodite[Greeks and Goddesses.] Ares always took the side of Aphrodite in the Trojan War[Greeks and Goddesses.] He fought for Hector (a Trojan) until a Greek warrior pierced him with a spear that was guided by Athena[Greeks and Goddesses.] He then departed the battlefield in order to complain to Zeus about Athena’s violence[Greeks and Goddesses.] Otus and Ephialtes, twin giants, imprisoned Ares for a lunar year by binding him with chains of brass; he was eventually rescued by Hermes[Greeks and
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