Which Mythological Greek Villain Are You?
Aren't you curious to know which Mythological Monster you embody?
Fire: Friend or Foe?
Would you conquer a kingdom alone or with an army?
Is unrequited love more suffer-able than a forced marriage?
Are you possessive or controlling?
Do you trust the opposite sex?
How do you feel about solitude?
Pick one extreme: Complete Balance or Total Chaos?
Does physical beauty matter?
Can you make someone fall for you?
Pick an animal:
You are the frightening, serpent-haired, Medusa! As one of the most famous, well-known Villains in Greek Mythology, it's no secret that you're a popular individual. Your reputation proceeds you, and like Medusa herself, you live up to any and all expectations when people come across you. Medusa is a Gorgon sister, and original priestess of Athena. Her tale is actually a sad one; it has to do with an inappropriate attack by Poseidon in Athena's temple, making her angry, and instigating her to turn Medusa into the ugly, serpent like creature we know her as today. Not only that, but Medusa was no longer able to seduce another man, God or Mortal, because one look into her eyes and she would turn her target into stone. As Medusa, is wrong to assume that you like to lure unwanted visitors into your grip and give them what they deserve? Don't lie, we know you do!
You are Hades, God of the Underworld! Are you slightly possessive, or do like the be in charge most of the time? If the answer is yes, then we aren't surprised that like Hades, you like to have control over relative balance and issuing consequence to naughty souls. As God of the Underworld, Hades in charge of a dead realm where he ruled over the souls who passed through his gates. He had tricked and abducted his wife Persophone, who he had employed under his authority to do his deeds as well. Some may argue that Hades was not exactly a Villain in his own right, and that he was fulfilling the role he was selected to play. However, his intense wrath and jealous nature suggest differently, making him one of the last Greek Gods you wanted to come across in your afterlife.
You are the deadly Chimera! The Chimera is a greek, mythological beast with the head of a lion, serpent and goar. She is a dangerous, fire-breathing creature who liked to wreak havoc and destruction by method of arson anywhere she went. She was eventually challenged and killed by Bellerophon (later known as Perseus), and his flying horse, Pegasus. If we have identified you as this specific Greek Villain then you must be a force to reckon with. In fact, we just may believe that you enjoy causing a bit of trouble here and there.
You are the ultimate Greek Vileness, Echidna! Echidna was the Monster Mother of all things evil within the realm of Greek Mythology, giving birth to every trouble maker each Hero and God had to hunt down. She was a beautiful woman with a seductive torso, but the rest of her anatomy was that of a serpent. She lived in a deep, dark, secluded cave eating raw flesh and never growing old or dying. Would you like to know the secret to eternal youth? Do you feel as if you have a young soul who yearns to never grow up? We suspect you do, and this is why you live the immortal life as Echidna does. Be careful though, you may not always be as invincible as you think- for the unofficial tale of Echidna's surprising death states that Hera's hundred eye'd giant servant eventually succeeded in ending her life.
You identify most with Polyphemus, the giant cyclops! A large, cannibalistic villain such as this one was actually blinded by the famous Odysseus when he attempted to save him for dessert one dark night in his cave. However, if you're the human flesh craving Polyphemus we can't ignore the fact that you have a soft side hidden under that carnivorous nature of yours. Are you a hopeless romantic? Or do you secretly pine for those you aren't allowed to have? If so, then we understand this monster match. Polyphemus had essentially stalked and longed for a sea-nymph named Galatea, who he had an uncertain future with for a long period of time. We may not know how his love story ended but we're hoping yours is more definitive!
You are The Minotaur! Quite a commonly known mythological figure, The Minotaur is credited for his half man, half bull statuesque anatomy, and was sentenced to live a lonely life of solitude in an underground labyrinth. He is the offspring of Queen Pasiphae and her royal bull. Obviously, King Minos didn't bless this consummation and took his anger out on the Minotaur offspring after his birth. He was fed ona regular basis (seven maids and seven Athenian men), until one gentlemen named Prince Theseus slaughtered The Minotaur and escaped the labyrinth. We must admit that your monster lifestyle wasn't exactly your fault, you almost had no choice to be man-eater considering the circumstance. However, do you often find yourself struggling within two internal desires that dictate who you are meant to be and where you come from? If so, then it's no surprise you're The Ancient Minotaur.