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|“||Since when do heroes care about villains? She's one of your own? Right. When you guys try to destroy the world, this is an error in judgement. But, when it's one of us, lock em up and throw away the key. Right, Beast?||„|
|~ Hades about helping Audrey.|
Hades is a recurring antagonist in the Descendants franchise.
He appears as a minor but pivotal protagonist in Descendants 3, the protagonist of the novel Escape From The Isle of The Lost and an unseen antagonist in the novels Isle of The Lost and Return to The Isle of The Lost.
He was portrayed by Cheyenne Jackson.
- Main article: Hades (Disney)
After his defeat Hades was banished to the Isle of The Lost by King Beast. While there he developed a romantic relationship with fellow villain Maleficent, whom he eventually married and had a daughter with, only to abandon his family not so long after his daughter's birth.
Isle of The Lost
Much to the annoyance of Hades, Maleficent deliberately defied and disrespected him to their daughter Mal often belittling her and abusing her and calling her weak by comparing her to her father.
Return to The Isle of The Lost
In the novel, it is revealed that Hades has a son named Hadie which would make him Mal's half-brother. It is implied that Hadie has received from his father and expressed fear at the idea of his father discovering his desire to be an anti-hero instead of a villain.
Hades does not appear in any form in the TV Series however a statue of him stolen by Dr. Facilier makes an appearance.
Hades is somewhat more mellow than his original version with him being much more relaxed and level headed. In spite of this however he remains a cold and distant figure who cares quite little for many people and is motivated by purely blind revenge against the heroes residing in Auradon.
Hades appears much more humanoid than his original version with his hair being simply varying shades of blue in color as opposed to literal flames, his skin being a more ordinary fair skinned tone than grayish blue and his clothing being more modern albeit dirty and tattered, with him adopting somewhat of a punk persona in his time on the Isle.
- Hades' outfit in Descendants 3 is a possible reference to another villain in the series, Zevon with his bluish color scheme and black leather trench coat being somewhat reminiscent of Zevon's outfit and signature color of teal.