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Did I not butcher the woman who gave me birth, who forced me into this hell called life? Is not the wake of my passing crimson with the blood of my enemies and allies alike?!
Death is with me every second of the day! Early Years Thanos was one of the last sons of A'Larsprogenitor of the second colony of Eternals on Titanand Sui-Santhe last survivor of the original settlement of Eternals in this moon.
He was born with purple, hide-like skin and a massive body due to his Deviant Syndrome. The very first time his mother laid her eyes on the baby, she was driven mad and tried to kill him.
Despite his unusual appearance and introvert nature, Thanos was well accepted by his peers. He was an mild-mannered intellectual that dreamed of becoming a scientist like his neglectful father. However, signs of his true nature started to creep up early on. For instance, he liked to draw dead animals despite vomiting at the prospect of performing a dissection.
Thanos' life reached a tipping point when a mysterious girl convinced him to explore with his friends a dangerous cave to overcome his fear of killing. A cave-in separated Thanos from his friends for three days, during which he refused to even think of murdering the inoffensive creatures that lurked underground for sustenance.
When he found his friends, they had been killed by the animals living in the caves.
After Thanos returned to society, the same girl convinced him to go back to the cave and slaughter the critters in revenge. He began to vivisect creatures in secret in order to gain knowledge while searching for an answer to his abnormal genetic makeup.
The girl that had helped him overcome his fear of killing became his confidante. Thanos' search for answers escalated into killing fellow Titanians, carrying out the first murders in the history of Titan.
Despite declaring that his first two murders were going to be the last, Thanos eventually killed again, and found out that he enjoyed it. Thanos fell in love with his confidante, who enabled and further motivated and Thanos' actions, but she rejected his advances.
After murdering seventeen people in total, Thanos killed Sui-San in hopes of finding in her body the key to who he was, both spiritually and physically. As years went by, Thanos became detached and unemotional.
In many different planets, he would find a partner and mate with them in hopes to feel something again, to no avail. He always abandoned them and the babies they bore him.
Thanos eventually came into conflict with his captain in the pirate crew due to his disinclination for murdering. In an act of complete instinct, Thanos slaughtered him, and subsequently seized control of his crew. Thanos and Death kissing Thanos decided to embrace his murdering nature, and returned to Titan in secret.
He was approached by his old confidante and tried to court her again. She demanded that Thanos proved he belonged only to her,  so he embarked on a journey to kill all of his offspring, and razed every planet they stumbled upon for the sake of his love for death.
Additionally, Thanos experimented on his own body, granting himself a variety of powers. Thanos' confidante became his companion, and eventually declared that for her to love Thanos, he would have to become a god, a supreme destroyer above all else.
After Thanos discovered that none in his crew could see her, she revealed her true nature, that she was the physical manifestation of Death itself.
Driven mad by this revelation, Thanos gave in to Death's promises of romance and used his fleet to ravage Titan. He was confronted by the elder A'Lars, who managed to make Thanos doubt whether Death was actually by his side or if he was simply demented.
Thanos spared his father solely so he could watch his son defile the cosmos and prove his sanity. Death finally kissed Thanos, but he found her embrace to be cold. Without his thirst quenched, Thanos continued his journey of destruction.A comprehensive guide to the sea gods of Greek mythology including Poseidon, Amphitrite, Triton, Nereids, Thetis, Nereus, Phorcys, Ceto, Proteus, Glaucus, Galatea.
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