Hades Myth
Heaven, hell, and ocean have I filled up by my sin; there remains no further lot; three kingdoms know me.
~ Hades, Seneca's Tragedies


Hades sometimes spelled Haides is a god in Greek Mythology as well as Roman Mythology, where his name was changed to Pluto. He is the oldest of the male Elder Gods and the fourth-oldest child of Cronus and Rhea overall, being the god of the Underworld, Wealth and the Dead.

Powers and Stats

Tier:  High 3-A

Name: Hades/Pluto

Origin: Greco-Roman Mythology

Gender: Male

Age: Thousands of years old

Classification: Chthonic God

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1 and 5), Soul Manipulation, Death Manipulation, Fear Manipulation, Nightmare Manipulation, Perception Manipulation, Shapeshifting, Mind Manipulation, Memory Manipulation, Darkness Manipulation, Limited Earth Manipulation (Being the God of the Underworld. Ripped open a hole in the ground to kidnap Persephone.), Metal Manipulation, Limited Creature Manipulation (Has control over several mythical creatures; such as the Furies), has a lot of experience in Combat, Necromancy, Transmutation (Turned two maidens into comets out of pity), Disease Manipulation, Madness Manipulation (Type 3), Clairvoyance, Invisibility via his helmet, Dream Manipulation (He is the master of the Oneroi, or dreams), BFR (Teleported Apollo to the underworld), Limited Binding (Those who eat of food from the underworld must stay there some time of the year), possibly Plant Manipulation (In return for Hermes bringing souls to the underworld, Hades brings grass to the surface for herds of animals to graze on)

Attack Potency: High Universe level (Was considered about equal in power to the likes of Zeus by the writers of Ancient Greece, being called the "Zeus of the Underworld" (Zeus Khthonios). Made the earth shake three times from his impatience when a living man fell into the underworld. Fought in the Titanomachy. In one story, Zeus himself claimed to be no more powerful than Hades.)

Speed:  At least Relativistic, possibly Omnipresent (Scaling from Zeus)

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: High Universal

Durability: High Universe level (Was fighting and resisting many attacks from his father, Cronus, who was the lord of the Titans)

Stamina: Godly

Range: At least planetary (Controls all the dead and riches in the world), possibly universal

Standard Equipment: His helmet and billions of undead, along with many monsters such as the Furies, the Minotaur, the Harpies, bident, immortal horses, Cerberus.

Intelligence: As the oldest male child of Cronus and Rhea, Hades has many thousands of years of combat experience. He is also depicted as a very cunning, level-headed god, unlike his brothers Zeus and Poseidon. However, his wrath was not contained when anyone tried to cross him.

Weaknesses: As intelligent as he is, he has been tricked, most notably by Sisyphus.


Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:

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