_ Queen of Hades game full
The world is becoming too chaotic, the underworld is filling to its brim. It is too much for one person to handle. Hades has reigned over the underworld for eons, his control over the dead remained just and powerful. Yet there is so much war, so much destruction, he needs some help...
And so it became that Zeus, the God of gods, sent Eris down there to his aid. While Hades controlled his underworld, Eris would reign over Tartarus, the land of the damned, the punished, the only place in the universe that was deeper beneath the heavens than even Hell itself. The most vile of the most vile were judged and thrust down to Tartarus should their past actions prove too unseemly for the lord of the dead. Those who did not deserve to remain in Hades' peaceful dominion were cast out and sent to Tartarus where they would be tortured for the rest of forever, doomed to agony of the most extreme kind.
But Hades did not ask for this - the underworld was his. The dead and all of their follies were his alone to control. Yet not even Hades, God of the underworld can convince Zeus that help was unnecessary. He was forced to relinquish his Tartarus over to Eris, the goddess of strife and discord. It was only it, after all, for she herself accounted for many of the deaths in the world.
Eris was the constant companion of Ares (the God of War). Eris was the Spirit of Discord as well as the Goddess of Strife. She was Night's daughter and the mother of Battle, Slaughter, Dispute, Lawlessness - I think you get the point. She is most known for throwing the Golden Apple of Discord, which, by the way, began the Trojan War through Aphrodite. Eris was sometimes said to be the twin of Ares.
Eris delights in causing trouble wherever she goes, and she is the last to leave the battlefield, soaking up all of the suffering that she has caused.
Eris’s name means “strife,” and epithets used to describe her include Hard-hearted, Abhorred, Frightful, Terrible, and Deadly.
This game shall follow Eris and Hades in their new life together. Eris controls Tartarus but it is ultimately Hades' decision whether or not to send the new souls to Tartarus - he is still the judge. Despite his reign over the underworld they will be forced to act together as one body when it comes to the dead. Hades has the final word in the underworld while Eris has the final word in Tartarus.
The Hades that I am looking for is not the Disney villain. I am looking for the more "misunderstood" version. He is not a particularly kind soul but neither is he ruthless and all-terrible. In fact, his reign over the underworld is just and fair. Those souls who have died in their own time and who lived their life fruitfully and respectfully are sent to a part of the underworld where they will be happy, a land of lush green fields and brilliant mansions. Those who lived their lives less honorably are sent to what is commonly known as "the fiery pits of hell." The souls who are so abhorring and horrendous are cast out completely to Tartarus. It is Hades' decision as to where the souls are placed.
- Neither will be dominant and neither will be submissive: Their relationship will be a struggle for power. Each will try to overcome the other and try to make the other submit, but neither will comply. Eris, a sadist, welcomes and encourages the pain that Hades brings to her while Hades buckles beneath the pleasure wrought on by Eris, so unlike the goddesses of lesser ferocity.
- I expect for this to be more on the extreme side but I don't want it to be non-consensual. It's not rape and it's not completely forced, it can be rough and consensual at the same time.
- I intend for this to contain SOME plot. I find pages upon pages upon pages of sex boring but I do see this game containing a great deal of "fun." Details can be discussed behind the scenes.
- I am looking for a partner who can capture the essence of Hades. You can call him whatever you like since he has multiple names. Hades, Pluto, what have you. I do not want him to be all weak and gentle but I do not want him to be all terrible and cruel. I would prefer a dynamic character. That is, he is kind and gentle to the souls that come to him who are good, but ruthless to those who have been evil in life.
- I do not want the relationship between Hades and Eris to be entirely hateful. Hades, I assume, would feel slighted in handing Tartarus over but it is not Eris' fault. Once they get over their differences I see them having a very close relationship with one another. After all, Eris does send a great many souls to him.