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  • Trailblazer101
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    20:33, December 15, 2018

    What Ares (God of War) and Ares (Champion), is like saying that two people are called John, as have the same name, is that true?.

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    • Ares is a "Champion" of the Contest of Champions, but that does not refer to him as being a "God of War".

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    • Well that's it, the same as I said before. That two people have the same name: even another Asgardian can be called Thor.

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    • And your point is? The Ares in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that is on Sakaar, from what we know, is the Olympian God, however, it is not confirmed that he has the title of "God of War". There are not two Ares in the MCU, just as there are not two Thors.

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    • Wait, you mean it's the Ares of mythology ?, but for your race it's not a God of War and it's just that kind of God for humans, or something like that.

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    • Sorry I translated it wrong. I'm not an Anglo-speaker, but answer me to what I asked you before.

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    • Yes, this is the Ares from Greek mythology. There is only one Ares in the MCU, and that is the mythological one. We just don't have confirmation that he has been given the title of "God of War", despite it being a strong possibility.

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    • And why not if that is part of the mythologies of the whole world.

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    • Let's see if I understand it, it's like Sif that in Marvel is Goddess of War and in reality is Goddess of the Harvests.

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    • In hopes of clarifying any confusion, in the MCU, Ares' species is a God and he is an Olympian who is worshipped in Greek mythology. Now, Gods have titles, such as Thor being the "God of Thunder" (albeit more lightning). Ares, in the mythology, is the God of War, but it is not known if the real Ares has the title of "God of War". The mythology is simply humans' own interpretations of the Gods, but not the Gods themselves.

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    • It's worth to say that he was worshiped in Greek Mythology or something like that.

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    • Not necessarily, as it hasn't been shown.

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    • is to say that it was not part of Greek Mythology either, which universe more false.

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