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Subj: I don't think its that way.  Hercules as a mortal defeated Ares several times. 
Posted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 at 03:53:01 pm EST (Viewed 72 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How would you explain the difference between Hercules and Ares?
Posted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 at 02:03:54 pm EST (Viewed 13 times)

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Technically speaking.  Hercules is far weaker than Ares.  Based upon their natural power, Ares could and would easily take out Hercules.  Remember,in his natural state Hercules is a mortal Demigod.  At best, he might be 100 tons, if that much.  And his durability is much less than Ares.  Immortal Hercules is a product of Zeus granting Hercules god hood.  It was a power boost provided by Zeus.  Heck, in old Thor comic Pluto was able to boost Ares strength to 210 tons!  Image what Zeus could do if he wanted to give Ares a Power boost!

As a mortal Hercules was powerful enough to defeat Ares in battle and force him to flee both in ancient times and modern.  Hercules was already far stronger than Ares.  He possessed some degree of invulnerability as well.  Ares had a few physical advantages depending on the writer like stamina and weather resistance along with a healing factor.  If all Zeus did was grant Herc the standard godhood package or remove the mortal part (that was implied in the Pak series) that was holding pak Herc's power then Herc's power comes from just naturally being far more powerful than Ares. 

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