Little is known about this being who claimed to be a god. He was somehow involved with time, and when he died – that is, was killed by his daughter – his blood evaporated into the air and formed the invisible threads that created the The Tapestry is how prophets and seers refer to time. It looks like a giant glowing tangled knot with light-like threads constantly changing, tangling, and altering paths. It's nearly impossible to predict with 100% accuracy. There is a reason Merlin refers to fortune-telling as "very good guessing."... of time.
So goes legend, anyway.
For some insane reason, Cronus decided to eat his son, Hades is one of the ancient, strange beings known as gods. His father, Cronus ate him, for reasons unknown; his sister Dis defeated Cronus and freed him, but he wasn't right when he came out. Like the People of the Sun, these so-called gods are not separate from their bodies; they are one thing, spirit and flesh, and so when the..., who controls death. They say it was because Hades’ power scared him.
Death's little sister, she is one of the ancient race of beings known as gods. She plays the psychopomp, embodying multiple faces of death throughout various cultures, even though she herself actually has nothing to do with death apart from being related to it. Some of her known forms are: Creepy little girl (thanks, Hollywood) Kali Hine-nui-te-pō Nephthys Beletseri Ixtab... defeated him through cleverness, wagers, and poison, freeing her brother – but not before Hades was changed.
Dis is his daughter. Hades is his son.