Ares is well-known as the god of war, but we can get more specific than that. War has been a primary obsession of the human race for thousands of years, and there’s room for more than one divine aspect within its terrifying depths; Ares, specifically, was the Greek god of savagery, violence, and bloodlust in battle.
While Athena (Ares’ sister) was a goddess of war, she was seen as the patron of tactics, discipline, camaraderie, and victory. She got the best of her frenzied brother in the Trojan war, and was more widely worshipped, being seen as less destructive and murderous. If wanton death and viciousness is your thing, send Ares a prayer or two. And also stay away from people, because you’re probably a dangerous lunatic.
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