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| real_name = Pluto
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| real_name = Hades
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| identity = Secret
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| aliases = Hayden P. Hellman, Mr. Pluto, Link, Death-Man, Dark Lord, Dispater, Mantus (Etruscan name), Zeus Katachthonius ("Zeus of the Underworld)
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| occupation = God of death
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| identity = No dual identity
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| place_of_birth = Unrevealed, possibly Olympus
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| occupation = Ruler of Hades, god of the dead
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| place_of_birth = Olympus
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| citizenship = Olympus  
| relatives = [[Persephone]] (wife), [[Ouranos]] (grandfather, deceased); [[Gaea]] (grandmother); [[Cronus]], [[Rhea]] (parents); [[Zeus]], [[Neptune]] (brothers); [[Hera]], [[Demeter]], [[Hestia]] (sisters); [[Apollo]], [[Ares]], [[Dionysus]], [[Hephaestus]], [[Hercules]], [[Hermes]] (nephews); [[Athena (Pallas Athena)|Athena]], [[Artemis]], [[Venus]] (nieces); [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] (son of Gaea)
| relatives = [[Persephone]] (wife), [[Ouranos]] (grandfather, deceased); [[Gaea]] (grandmother); [[Cronus]], [[Rhea]] (parents); [[Zeus]], [[Neptune]] (brothers); [[Hera]], [[Demeter]], [[Hestia]] (sisters); [[Apollo]], [[Ares]], [[Dionysus]], [[Hephaestus]], [[Hercules]], [[Hermes]] (nephews); [[Athena (Pallas Athena)|Athena]], [[Artemis]], [[Venus]] (nieces); [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] (son of Gaea)
| groups = Ares, [[Hippolyta]], [[Cerberus (guardian)|Cerberus]], mutates from an alternate future Earth, [[Mephisto]], [[Hela]], [[Seth Ahpuch]], [[Erishkigel II]], [[Yama]], [[Loki]], [[Lorelei (Asgardian)|Lorelei]]
| groups = Ares, [[Hippolyta]], [[Cerberus (guardian)|Cerberus]], mutates from an alternate future Earth, [[Mephisto]], [[Hela]], [[Seth Ahpuch]], [[Erishkigel II]], [[Yama]], [[Loki]], [[Lorelei (Asgardian)|Lorelei]]
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| citizenship = Olympus and Monarch of Hades
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| education = Self-educated over the centuries
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| education = Destruction
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| height = 6'5"
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| aliases = Hades (his Greek name), Hayden P. Hellman (Mr. Pluto)
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| weight = 520 lbs.
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| height = 6' 5"
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| eyes = Gray (pupils are usually invisible)
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| weight = 520 lbs
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| hair = Black
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| eyes = Gray, pupils are usually invisible
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| powers = superhuman strength, healing and durability. He is immune to conventional diseases and impervious to most physical attacks.
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| hair = Black, bald on top
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| weapons = Battleaxe made of nearly indestructible adamantine through which he can focus his force bolts if he so chooses. He has a helmet that makes him invisable.
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| weapons = Battle-axe made of nearly indestructible adamantine through which he can focus his force bolts if he so chooses. He has a helmet that makes him invisible.
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| creators = Stan Lee & Jack Kirby
| creators = Stan Lee & Jack Kirby
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| debut = Thor #127
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| debut = Thor #127 (1966)
| origin =  
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| significant_issues =  
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bio_text= After the overthow of their Father Cronus he drew lots with Zeus and Poseidon, for shares of the world. He had the worst draw and was made lord of the underworld, ruling over the dead. He is a greedy god who is greatly concerned with increasing his subjects. Those whose calling increase the number of dead are seen favorably. The Erinnyes are welcomed guests. He does not allow many of his subjects leave.
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bio_text= The eldest son of Titans, [[Chronus]] and [[Rhea]], Pluto was confined with the rest of his siblings within [[Tartarus]], the Olympian underworld, because Chronus feared a prophecy that one of his offspring would overthrow him; however, Rhea secretly gave birth to another child, [[Zeus]], who freed Pluto and the others from Tartarus upon reaching adulthood. The siblings joined forces to dethrone their father, Pluto using a Helmet of invisibility during the battle. After conquering [[Olympus]], Zeus, Pluto, and [[Neptune]] cast lots for creation with Zeus claiming the sky, Neptune the seas, and Pluto the underworld, responsible for watching over the imprisoned Titans. Eventually desiring companionship, Pluto fell in love with the goddess [[Persephone]], daughter of Zeus and [[Demeter]]. Pluto took Persephone by force, and Persephone agreed to stay with him, but to appease her family she had to spend equal parts of the year on [[Earth]] and in the underworld. Rarely leaving his realm, Pluto was often visited by people seeking advice from the shades of the dead or on heroic quests, such as [[Orpheus]], [[Odysseus]] and [[Aeneas]].     
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He rarely leaves the underworld. He is unpitying and terrible, but not capricious.He has left the underworld to try tricking polyphemus  into attacking mount olympus. But Zeus found out and punished Pluto
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Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Hades

Aliases
Hayden P. Hellman, Mr. Pluto, Link, Death-Man, Dark Lord, Dispater, Mantus (Etruscan name), Zeus Katachthonius ("Zeus of the Underworld)

Identity
No dual identity

Citizenship
Olympus

Place of Birth
Olympus

First Appearance
Thor #127 (1966)

The eldest son of Titans, Chronus and Rhea, Pluto was confined with the rest of his siblings within Tartarus, the Olympian underworld, because Chronus feared a prophecy that one of his offspring would overthrow him; however, Rhea secretly gave birth to another child, Zeus, who freed Pluto and the others from Tartarus upon reaching adulthood. The siblings joined forces to dethrone their father, Pluto using a Helmet of invisibility during the battle. After conquering Olympus, Zeus, Pluto, and Neptune cast lots for creation with Zeus claiming the sky, Neptune the seas, and Pluto the underworld, responsible for watching over the imprisoned Titans. Eventually desiring companionship, Pluto fell in love with the goddess Persephone, daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Pluto took Persephone by force, and Persephone agreed to stay with him, but to appease her family she had to spend equal parts of the year on Earth and in the underworld. Rarely leaving his realm, Pluto was often visited by people seeking advice from the shades of the dead or on heroic quests, such as Orpheus, Odysseus and Aeneas.



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