As the god of the underworld, which judges the souls of the dead, Hades is often confused with the god of death. Although the contemporary concept still associates death with evil and cruelty, the mythical Hades is a person with a tendency to be kind. He is often depicted as very free-spirited, calm, not cruel. As the person standing between life and death, Hades is actually the god who keeps the balance of creation. The hamlet balance was disrupted when war broke out, sending a large number of dead into Hades' kingdom. Knowing that words could not stop Zeus' conquest of the East, Hades had no choice but to join his brother's legion. So the answer to Hades' thousand-year-old question is about to be answered: "Can death be killed, and where does it go in the after life?".