Actually if I recall my mythos, Hades was the god of death, with pluto being his latin name.

Tartarus I believe just a specific part of the realm of death, the plane of tartarus where special punishments happened.


Beware the Grue!

Dark.
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That must have been a Latin thing then since according to Circe in the Odyssey they were Harpies...at least from the version I read in High School. They also called Hades Tartarus and of course Kerberos Cerberus.
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Hi,
Oh, the Sirones were definitely a type of mermaid. They would lore
sailing ships to their doom by singing a song that would mesmerize the
ship's crew.
Anyway, anyone who has ever read classic Greek poetry etc would know a
siren and a harpy are two completely different creatures. Harpies are
generally under the domain of Hades, and guard the gates to Hades.

Smile.

On 6/6/10, Bryan Peterson <bpeterson2...@cableone.net> wrote:
That depends on the version of the story. Some sa they are and some not.
Some say the Sirens were Mermaids while others say they were Harpies.
Certainly in the old NES game Battle of Olympus, which I'm toying with the idea of remaking using BGT, the one Siren you faced was a Harpie. I didn't like the way the Hydra was portrayed though since it apparently only had two
heads.
We are the Knights who say...Ni!

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