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Keziah having one of the (rather young) maids in his chambers. Someone (maybe Taliya) sees him and she is gonna be a minor character

Hades and Persephone. Interesting perspective from the artist because it makes Persephone appear as though she actually loves Hades.

Hades and Persephone. Interesting perspective from the artist because it makes Persephone appear as though she actually loves Hades. <----------- she actually did if you look it up online because she started to grow fond of Hades when in the Underworld

firelemonade: Hades and Persephone (Greek Mitology) "Someone I...

"firelemonade: Hades and Persephone (Greek Mitology) "Someone I." is it bad when I love it when someone depicts Hades, not as gruff and ugly, but dark and handsome? To me there is something oddly poetic about it.

Richard Armitage as Hades, god of the Underworld.  “No one can hurry me down to Hades before my time, but if a mans hour is come, be he brave or be he coward, there is no escape for him when he has once been born.”

dragonfiretwistedwire: “ Greek Mythology Dreamcast - Richard Armitage as Hades Earth’s keys to thee, illustrious king, belong, its secret gates unlocking, deep and strong. ‘Tis thine abundant annual.

Hekate was the daughter of the Titans Asteria and Perses. She was the goddess of magic and witchcraft, ghosts, necromancy, and the night. In later traditions, she gained rule over the three-way crossroad, and was depicted as a three-form goddess.

charlesmmacaulay-archive: “ Greek mythology meme: titans ↳ Hekate “ Hekate was the daughter of the Titans Asteria and Perses. She was the goddess of magic and witchcraft, ghosts, necromancy, and.

Greek Mythology Dreamcast - Alexis Georgoulis as Notos …the god of the South Wind, one of the four Anemoi. He was the wet, storm-bringing wind of late summer and early autumn. Notos dwelt in Aithiopia, the southernmost realm in the geography of myth. (x)

Greek Mythology Dreamcast - Alexis Georgoulis as Notos & god of the South Wind, one of the four Anemoi. He was the wet, storm-bringing wind of late summer and early autumn. Notos dwelt in Aithiopia, the southernmost realm in the geography of myth.