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All Hail The Lord Of Dead Souls And Unseen Things

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The ancient Greeks and Romans believed the Lord of the Dead was the richest of the gods since all the hidden treasures of the earth were his, gold, silver, gems, etc. That’s why I made sure he has plenty of bling. His GreekĀ  name, Hades, is traced to an archaic word meaning the Unseen in one suggested etymology. Ancients thought it a decidedly bad, unlucky thing to mention Hades by name so they used a euphemism instead, the Rich One, Plouton in Greek, Pluto in Latin. The latter word is the root of “plutocrat.” This makes sense since plutocrats do seem quite dead inside.

Upon arrival, Plouton sheds a single tear for each dead soul. This is the limit of his mercy.

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