If you land here you've probably done something stupid.
You know how some people have an autograph book? Well I have something similiar, but it requires your soul.
A guest. She has agreed to follow Hades to the underworld by the promise of having a place to forget about her pains.
Hint: In order to leave, she has to leave something as well, literally - if you know what I mean.
The elder. Due to events out of Hades' control he had been able to make a deal with the boy. Including to let him age until he would make for a more acceptable king to his people.
Hint: The deal will be reversed, if something were to happen to Englands safety. Only including higher forces.
The unlucky fellow. Seven years of bad luck for breaking a mirror, or an eternity of serving the Lord of the Dead to fix it was her choice to make.
Hint: Destroy the mirror, the entrance to Wonderland.
The son. So this guy is supposed to be his plans' doom. You see, this is inacceptable and therefore he must die, one way or another. Fortunately for the hero Hades is still convinced, that he is dead.
The widow. All sad and gloomy about the death of her boyfriend she sought help for his revival. Hades kept his promise, but unfortunately he left her. The debth, however, stays in place.
No hints. The boy is alive, you got nothing to rely on.
((The "list" either plots, that are currently being executed or in the making can be found here. Hints for solutions now included.))
Feel like just coming for a visit, have a cup of tea and then leave again? WELL I'M WATCHING YOU!
((Everyone who died at some point during the movie, or was supposed to be dead at the end of the movie.))
Those who he feels friendly towards.
...who exactly did you expect to see here?
He rules one third of the universe, duh.
Originally the world has been ruled by the Titans. However, they were overthrown by Zeus and are therefore mainly pretty mad at him. In case you're wondering why the Titans ain't got anything else to do after finally being freed.
One of the Titans, Rhea, is Zeus', Hades and Heras mother. (YES Hercules, your parents are silblings.)
Hades is in fact married to Persephone, whom he abducted after falling in love with her. She's the daughter of Zeus (who knew, you playboy.) and Demeter. Her mother caused the earth to wither greatly over her own sorrow and anger. It was actually Zeus who suggested Hades to pull this move - go take it out on your husband.
By the time Hades brought her back to the surface the innocent flower girl had turned into the fearsome Queen of the Underworld, whose name was then often spat in curses. She was more frightening to mortals than Hades, who was actually a pretty nice guy. They sealed a deal which included her staying with Hades for one half of the year, the other she would spend with her mother Demeter. Only during this time the hay bag would let summer bloom.
Also known as "Hades", simply called after the god watching over it. Pretty creative, isn't it?
The underworld is a place free of the boundaries of time as mortals know it. No matter who you are, or from which century you are - you're going to land here. Here your soul will roam in the river of Styx until the end of eternity.
If you eat one bite of food in the underworld you stay forever. Boom.
Another permanent living guest to the underworld besides Persephone is the guy who tried to get her out of there as his bride: Peirithous. What a loser.