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    Quote Originally Posted by WonderScott View Post
    An example of where I think change was ultimately good is in the Netflix Blood Of Zeus series. It got away from Bullfinchian and Hamiltonian interpretations of the Olympians, where Zeus is the almighty and supremely powerful and played around with subsequent findings and interpretations of Hera being incredibly powerful and linked to other and previous Great Goddess worship.
    That's always a good point: myths rarely had a consistent canon. Who's to say WW's lore isn't accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcogginsa View Post
    Eh, I think Ares role as a God of War sort of requires him to be Diana's enemy.

    A better solution to the "Gods bad, Goddesses good" issue would be to make Athena antagonistic, since she's also a war god
    But She is strategic War. Thoughtful, calculated, reasoned warfare , as She is Goddess of Wisdom. ..... not bloodthirsty War as Ares is. It's a huge difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonder39 View Post
    But She is strategic War. Thoughtful, calculated, reasoned warfare , as She is Goddess of Wisdom. ..... not bloodthirsty War as Ares is. It's a huge difference.
    Not to mention it’d be weird to make all war gods bad when Diana solves most of her problems with fighting.

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