Ariadne, is the wife of Dionysus and mother to his children Staphylus and Oenopion. She is the granddaughter of Zeus and Helios.

Greek Mythology 

Ariadne (/ˌæriˈædni/; Greek: Ἀριάδνη; Latin: Ariadne) was a Cretan princess in Greek mythology. She was mostly associated with mazes and labyrinths because of her involvement in the myths of the Minotaur and Theseus. The ancient Roman author Hyginus identified Ariadne as the Roman Libera/Proserpina at approximately the same time as Libera was officially identified with Proserpina in 205 BC, these two names becoming synonymous for the same goddess. Hyginus equated Libera/Proserpina with Ariadne as bride to Liber whose Greek equivalent was Dionysus, the husband of Ariadne.

God of War 

God of War II 

Theseus tells Kratos that he wants Ariadne back because Dionysus fell in love with her. He wants the Sisters of Fate to find a new lover for Dionysus, so that he could have Ariadne back.

Powers & Abilities

  • Immortality: As a Goddess, she is immortal. After marrying Dionysus she becomes a goddess. Only a sufficiently powerful weapon or an extremely powerful being can kill her.


  • In some sources it is said that Theseus abandoned Ariadne and Dionysus fell in love with after seeing her sleeping.
  • In the Mythology, she left everything for Theseus betraying her father and her country.
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