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Title: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: TheKatanaYT on January 03, 2019, 10:16:07 pm
In the depths of a horrible Village of an infamous name Kronis, commonly mistaken for the old titan Kronos, though showing some exclusive similarities as the titan Kronos. This is the village of the undying. It is said that those who die in this village are only half dead. They soon return to later haunt the souls of later ancestors. Some deem it as possession. No visitors enter, and those who do by mistake, never leave. Some might even say Death itself haunts the village. No human seems human, no light seems bright. It is also said that the very presence of the village leaves chills. For it was said to be the place of the Hades Rebirth, who died long ago to his very father Kronos. One very moron, in which bravery could never be the term used here, decided that proving a point to his friends was more important than his life. Stupedro was not the brightest of all. He clearly didn't believe in superstition, but clearly didn't believe facts either. Seyaa and Skardo were Stupedro's best friends and he ditched his life for a point. Stupedro never imagined though, that the very entrance of the village revokes one from moving out. This place had a mask, he thought. And directly after that Stupedro and his very stubborn self didn't think anything of it. Though walking further in front of the village his hands seem to fade away as if he was aging before his eyes. He had started to feel weak and collapsed to the ground. He thought about his life choices. And this was a literal definition of his life flashing through his eyes. At one point his eyelids became transparent and became easy to see that Kronos himself was consuming his soul seconds at a time. However in one brave moment, just in the nick of time, though not concerned about Stupedro's life, Zeus created a trap for Kronos before he left his larger one there was one drawback to using this power and saving humanity. Zeus himself had to sacrifice brain power from all people. But needed a source to leave stupidity in order to keep Kronos trapped for the rest of eternity. So, Stupedro is now the source of stupidity and every day of his life is eternal agonizing torture and pain. Only being a tool. But none of this would have happened if Stupedro just didn't make a moronic choice. Kronos would have never gotten enough power to leave and Zeus would never have to interfere. Think about your life choices people, or you may just become a tool.
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Leo. on January 03, 2019, 11:58:43 pm
God of War 5 confirmed
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Milk on January 12, 2019, 03:41:58 pm
Hades is a son of Kronos? Wasnt it Zeus who was the son of Kronos and father to Hades?
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Leo. on January 12, 2019, 04:05:22 pm
Hades is a son of Kronos? Wasnt it Zeus who was the son of Kronos and father to Hades?
Lol no, Cronus is actually Hades son. And infact the eldest. Zeus and Poseidon are both Cronus's brothers (and dont say i googled it because i know my History very well)
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: TheKatanaYT on January 12, 2019, 09:49:55 pm
Hades is a son of Kronos? Wasnt it Zeus who was the son of Kronos and father to Hades?
Lol no, Cronus is actually Hades son. And infact the eldest. Zeus and Poseidon are both Cronus's brothers (and dont say i googled it because i know my History very well)
That is somewhat Incorrect. Hades had been the son of Kronos, with Kronos being a titan. Hades is the god of the underworld who takes care of the dead. Also history doesn't relate to the subject, it's mythology. With that said poseidon, hades, and zeus were considered the God's that should be undisturbed. Poseidon was considered a caring troublemaker. Messing with Cyclopes and Nymphs would cause poseidon to rampage against. Hades is the well know God of the Underworld in Greek mythology, He was known to take care of the underworld and torment those who have been sent there. Zeus was praised for being the leader of all Gods. Though there might have been some altercations made over history in different parts of different continents which is why it is a common misconception and might remain to be unknown.
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Milk on January 13, 2019, 10:35:39 pm
Hades is a son of Kronos? Wasnt it Zeus who was the son of Kronos and father to Hades?
Lol no, Cronus is actually Hades son. And infact the eldest. Zeus and Poseidon are both Cronus's brothers (and dont say i googled it because i know my History very well)

Im afraid you know very wrong history fren
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Leo. on January 15, 2019, 05:14:03 pm
Hades is a son of Kronos? Wasnt it Zeus who was the son of Kronos and father to Hades?
Lol no, Cronus is actually Hades son. And infact the eldest. Zeus and Poseidon are both Cronus's brothers (and dont say i googled it because i know my History very well)

Im afraid you know very wrong history fren
Cant blame myself if im yotz at history. But i now truly feel at embarressment.
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Deafh the Drogon Jebus on January 21, 2019, 07:48:57 pm
Hades is a son of Kronos? Wasnt it Zeus who was the son of Kronos and father to Hades?
Lol no, Cronus is actually Hades son. And infact the eldest. Zeus and Poseidon are both Cronus's brothers (and dont say i googled it because i know my History very well)

Im afraid you know very wrong history fren

Pretty sure you're in the wrong here.

"For three brethren are we, begotten of Cronos, and born of Rhea,—Zeus, and myself, and the third is Hades, that is lord of the dead below. And in three-fold wise are all things divided, and unto each hath been apportioned his own domain. "
- Homer, Iliad, Book 15, line 184

Source: http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=urn:cts:greekLit:tlg0012.tlg001.perseus-eng1:15.184-15.219 (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=urn:cts:greekLit:tlg0012.tlg001.perseus-eng1:15.184-15.219)
Of course, you can prove me wrong that the Iliad is an incorrect source in this.
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Milk on January 21, 2019, 08:33:36 pm
I guess mythology has been told in very different ways and the one i shared is the one i always heard of so i guess no ones wrong
Title: Re: The Visitor Of Kronis Village (Greek Short) by Katana HORROR
Post by: Bearonix on January 23, 2019, 01:29:09 am
Nice story  ;D keep it up