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Adonis was the human lover of the Isu Aphrodite. He was later deified in Greek mythology along with Aphrodite.


In a simulation created by Aletheia, Adonis was trapped in Elysium, a realm ruled by Persephone. Unable to be with his love, Adonis became the leader of a rebellion to undermine Persephone's rule.[1] It was here that Adonis enlisted the aid of the Keeper, Kassandra, in weakening Persephone's grip on Elysium so that he might ultimately escape.

One of the forts within Elysium was named after Adonis.[1]


Jealous over Aphrodite, the god Ares killed Adonis. For this, Ares was imprisoned in a bronze jar by the giant sons of the god Poseidon, the Aloadai Otos and Ephialtes, for thirteen months.[2]

Legacy and influence

During the Peloponnesian War, the poet Praxilla wrote a poem about Adonis and his death, calling him "beauty incarnate."[3]


  • The term adonis is used to describe a very handsome young man.
  • If Kassandra manages to have Persophone expell Hekate, Adonis will be allowed to leave without harm with Persophone reluctantly seeing his view. Should Hekate be believed over Kassandra, Adonis will have his face blistered and eyes blinded as a result of the rebellion.
  • In October 2017, Simon Hathaway while reliving the memories of his ancestor training, he jokingly stated that he would have the body "of an Adonis" afterwards.[4]



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