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- In Greek mythology, Argus Panoptes (Ἄργος Πανόπτης) or Argos was a primordial giant, guardian of Io and son of Alester. He was also called "all-seeing" and because of that was described as multi-eyed, strong creature, whose eyes would never sleep. He was Hera's servant, and his greatest servitude to Olympus was the slaying of Echidna. Later, he was tasked by Hera to guard the heifer-nymph Io from being taken by Zeus. However, Zeus asked Hermes to slay Argos, and he succeeded, putting the giant to sleep with his charms and kufhfuhdfhdjhsdkhdfhdjfjuhdfudnduhfghfugjhfuhdgjhdyuds duhsdfgjhsd sdjhsdg sd uhdt sduyejuydijdjhkLEHSjguief dygwefl wuidhrjdyuhjdu8wdyjkt wrhn dfuerjkthbd rthjekIHGTRJKHWU ERHJASDRYU EIHR7UYU kieuhry ewhr,. YTERk,erukIUERHHvgfy eury rEU RUTRUGuihrjhsrjkhsrje rt fu
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In God of War: Betrayal
Argos, was sent by the gods to stop Kratos, the new God of War, because he and his Spartan army sought to bring an end to balance in Greece. Kratos fought him on several occasions, but Argos always escaped. Later, during their fight, Argos fell into a sewer, where he was slain by an unknown assassin, in order for Kratos to be blamed for its murder and the siege in the city.
Powers and Abilities
Argos is a very slow, but powerful brute, and has an ability to jump to great distances. Sporting many eyes across his massive body, he even has one right inside his mouth.
- According to some myths, when he was killed Hera took his eyes and placed them on the tail-feathers of the peacock, her sacred bird, to commemorate his services.