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Atlas was an Isu and one of the sons of Poseidon, the ruler of Atlantis. He was the brother of Azaes, Gadiros and Ampheres.

Biography

In a simulation created by Aletheia, the misthios Kassandra encountered Atlas during her time as the dikastes of the city.[1]

Elpis, lover of Atlas wanted to rule beside him. Unfortunately, Atlas didn't see it that way. When Elpis obtained some raw adamant with the help of Kassandra[2], she created an Isu device that could mix Isu DNA with her human DNA. After Kassandra provided an distraction, Elpis was changed into a hybrid. An angry Atlas tried to attack Kassandra, but was accidently shot to death by the changed Elpis with a directed energy beam. After his death, Azaes gave Atlas' position to Elpis.[3]

Trivia

  • Atlas is mentioned by Plato in Critias as one of the ten kings of Atlantis and the twin brother of Gadiros.

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