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Ares God of War

The god of war, violence, bloodshed, and the devastation it brings.

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a character in “The Multiverse”, as played by Sonata

Description

Ares


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God of War

Aliases: Ares; God of War.

Basic Appearance: The god seen by mortal eyes is a breath-taking sight. He is a warrior clad in gleaming, Spartan armor that is bronze in appearance with a cape of blood from the countless amounts he's spilled. His hair is brown like the earth and can vary in length. His eyes are blue like the sky. His skin is olive in color and the muscles packed upon his bones are nearly as indestructible as the armor that guards his body. He is the epitome of strength, fear, and most of all, war.

Background: Ares is the son of Zeus and Hera. His siblings are Hebe, Hephaestus, Enyo, and Eilethyia. His half-sisters are: Artemis, Athena, Aphrodite (depending on the myth), and Helen of Troy. His half-brothers: Heracles, Apollo, Dionysus, Hephaestus, Perseus, and Minos. He is the most loathed son of Zeus, but when it comes to war, he is acknowledged as its epitome. There are many stories that follow Ares, but if you asked him about them that's all they are: "stories."

Personality: Ares is very arrogant, brash, intimidating, courageous, and as fearless as a honey badger. There is no enemy too great and no war too difficult. He loves bloodshed and exacting destruction on his foes. He loves fighting, conflict, combat, and cares not for its devastating outcome. Once on the battlefield, the god cannot be withdrawn so easily. It is an addiction, war is who he is, and he isn't afraid to challenge anyone who dare offend him. If his countless offspring weren't a hint, the god is also sexually promiscuous and enjoys a fine woman every once in awhile - that is any woman that acknowledges his might.

Symbols: Spear, helm, dog, and vulture.

Weapons: Anything and everything, he can summon any weapon in the universe to his hands. He can also summon ancient and divine weapons that can cleave through anything from Hephaestus's forge in the Heavens. He is a master of combat and weaponry.

Powers
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Rage Ares's rage is a numbing phenomena that increases his tolerance to pain to no bounds. He can be wounded, and wouldn't flinch or even blink an eye. The war god becomes an unstoppable berserker.
Fear Ares is the face of fear and naturally exudes an aura of terror and awe. It is the fear that war brings.
God Wheel It is the wheel Ares summons in which he draws his divine weapons from. The god wheel turns, giving him a limitless supply of tools to murder with.
Godly Strength The god's strength has no bounds.
Godly Stamina Ares can fight a battle without rest. He doesn't need to eat, sleep, or drink; war is his fuel. War is what keeps him going until a conclusion is met.
Godly Resilience The god can't be harmed by mortal devices. Bullets shatter on impact with his thick skin; lasers cannot pass through his density; he is unharmed by extreme temperatures and pressures, toxins, harmful bacteria, viruses, or any sort of crippling ailments and diseases. Magic, seeing how it is inhuman in existence can harm him. Elemental magic, the manipulation of the elements does not unless said magical elements were artificial as a result of the magic itself. The god would have to retain heavy, magical damage to go down, and his armor and shields protect him.
Regeneration If even a single cell of Ares remains, the god can reform.
Resurrection The gods do not truly die for Ares when he faces death is sent to the realm of his Uncle Hades, and if Zeus permits, Ares can be resurrected.

Author's Note: Do not challenge Ares for I will not have him go easy on your character for it is not in his character to be lenient. He loves battle, and won't hesitate to put your character in his or her place. Because of this nature my character has, please do not hate me for playing him true to his creation. Thank you.

Disclaimer: Artwork on the right by GENZOMAN from DeviantArt. Top artwork unknown and I do not claim it as my own. I simply have these pictures to portray what I envision.

Personality

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Name: Hector Gates
Role: Bad Boy
Age: 27
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 225 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Physique: Lean
Status: Sexually promiscuous bachelor who is in love with Aphrodite along with several other women. He has many children.
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Appearance: As a mortal, Ares enjoys dark colors and loose and airy clothes that give him room or comfort. Muscle shirts, denim, buttoned-shirts, tanks - his overall wear is casual with the occasional bad boy flavor.
Mortal personality: His mortal personality is similar to his personality as a god, but much more controlled. As a mortal he can feel things that he can't feel as a god, and he can make wise or reckless judgments. He is a listener; being a god, he is used to listening to the needs of his worshippers. The one thing you wouldn't want to do with him is get in his face or insult him because if you can't back it up, chances are, you have made the biggest mistake in your life. Ares will hunt you down to the ends of the earth or traverse dimensions for war exists on all planes. Do not get on his bad side. Besides that, he likes a pretty woman and isn't afraid to pay one a compliment.

Weapons: As a mortal, he carries no weapons, but that doesn't mean he won't use his god wheel.

So begins...

Ares God of War's Story

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A man entered the bar obscured by a black, hoodie with the name of some random rock band inscribed across it in silver. The cowl cast a shadow over his eyes and brought to him a sense of comfort as he walked this world, this realm as a resident and stranger. His steps were heavy on the floorboards, carrying him to the bar as the strings of his hoody swayed to and fro. Once he reached the counter, he inspected the names of what he assumed to be ales of some sort. His lips parted, showing hints of his teeth in his difficulty.

"Adams if you will," he ordered.

The bartender was prompt to snatch up a tall glass and cut on the spicket. He filled it up with the dark, earthen-liquid until the white head billowed over the rim. Facing the hooded stranger, he set it down, and the young man gazed at the beverage. He didn't know what to think of the brew.

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ector's eyes rose from the beer to the bartender who was giving him an impatient stare. It finally clicked that he hadn't paid for the drink. Hell, if this fool had any idea who he was, then it should have been an offering. Arching his lip in disgust, Hector hissed a, "Psh..." As he reached a hand into his back pocket to withdraw a black, leather wallet. He then parted it, sliding free a five dollar bill that he set upon the bar counter. The bartender took up the bill, ran it through the register and returned with change that he placed in the man's hand. Putting it away, Hector picked up the beer and turned from the counter, raising the breverage to his lips. The foam was like a pillow against his lips and when the roasted-grain liquid dumped into his mouth, Hector's eyes widened in shock. What the hell kind of taste...he peered down at the drink with cheeks still bulging with liquid. He walked over to a nearby table and set the glass down, mustering his will to swallow it and not spray it across the room. Once he got it all down, he raised the back of his arm to his mouth. If this was the shit mortals drank, then he'd have to be a man about it.

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Hector passed through the door of Gambit's and halted in the doorway as though he had just collided with a glass barrier. There were blood, carnage, and dead people all over. Had he missed a battle? His right eye twitched at the idea. How could he have missed such a glorious moment? "By the gods," he growled. He had the impulse to kick the head of one of the corpse's across the room, but he instead turned his head to spit. Scowling, the man stepped over the corpses to the bar and ordered himself something that hadn't tasted like grain. He needed something cold, sweet, and powerful.

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There was a rumbling that shook the earth. The vibrations caused the windows to tremble, loose glasses to clatter to the bar floor, and tables to dance about. The bar door was torn free of its hinges as a behemoth clad in bronze-like armor appeared in the doorway. His eyes shined brightly from the shadows of his Spartan helm and he bore his teeth like an affronted hound. Ares stormed over to Dmitri to stand in the way of his hand with his back to Kol.

“What is the meaning of this?” Ares snarled.

He then turned to gaze at Kol, and then back to Dmitri.

“Replacing me for this punk? You’re pulling my leg!”

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A brief look of confusion, and then intense thought crossed the war god’s face as he replied, “I’m not! But you…you and I, we…you always called me!”

Hearing Kol’s quip, Ares whirled on the demi-Titan his face inches from his own as he gave him a menacing stare. There was a heavy frown on his face and when his mouth opened, it was as though the god were partially deaf or didn’t understand inside voice.

WHO IS THIS FOOL? FOR HE KNOWS NOT WHO I AM! HE KNOWS NOT THAT I AM THE SON OF ZEUS AND HERA, THE GOD OF VIOLENCE, BLOODSHED, AND MURDER! THE GOD OF WAR!

Bernard had walked some ways away from Kol, sticking a finger in his ear for he felt his eardrums ring a little.

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Ares sneered at Kol, and then glanced at Dmitri’s hand, hearing his threat. He tried to force a proud and uncaring grin, but it was crooked. He knew of Hade’s silver tongue, and he didn’t know what his uncle would say to her. Regardless, it bothered him to see him and the demi-Titan about to make a deal that would deny him glorious battle.

“He will never be better than me,” Ares told Dmitri. “You’ll be calling me to deal with what he can’t!”

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Ares frowned deeply at the handshake and turned the other cheek dismissively. He turned from the two, his bloody cape whipping behind him to paint a chair caught in its path red.

“As soon as this fool dies, you will sound my horn again,” Ares declared.