Ananke-spoiler "Once again, we return."

This article contains spoilers for The Wicked + The Divine 1831. Read at your own risk.

Hades is one of the gods of the Recurrence. He is known to have appeared during the 1830s Recurrence.


Hades probably joined the Pantheon in the early 1830s. In 1831, he fell into a state of delirium in Rome, and was killed by Ananke.


Hades is based on the Greek god of the underworld.


  • Hades is based on John Keats, and is particularly inspired by "This Living Hand". Like the real-life Keats, Hades died in Rome.[1]


  1. Writer Notes: The Wicked + the Divine 1831

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