Greek God of War
This is a picture of Ares in all of his warrior armor.
This picture represents one of Ares' symbols, a spear, which he used in battle.
This is a picture of Ares' sacred bird, the vulture.
This is a picture of a boar, which is what Ares changed into when he killed Adonis.
This is a picture of Mount Olympus, where Ares lives.
This is a picture of Ares' throne, which is made out of human skin.
Myths and Powers
Just like his father, Ares has been mentioned to have been in several affairs. One of the affairs involved Aphrodite.
His throne is said to be covered in human skin.
In another myth, Ares disobeys his father and jumps onto the battlefield when his son is killed during the Trojan War.
"The Myths of Ares, God of War and Warfare." The Myths of Ares, God of War and Warfare. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Feb. 2016.