Athena was the Olympian Goddess of Crafts, Wisdom, and Battle Strategy, as well as a daughter of Zeus, worshiped by the Ancient Greeks and Romans (though the latter civilization would give her the name Minerva). She would ultimately, however, be slain by her half-brother Ares in the War of the Gods, while attempting to help protect humanity from him.
Athena despised her half-brother Ares for his extremist views and hatred of humanity, and therefore helped Zeus protect humanity from the God of War. Ares, however, violently rebelled, starting the War of the Gods on Olympus, which resulted in him facing and ultimately slaying Athena in battle, along with all other Olympian Gods.
Athena, as the Goddess of Wisdom, is known to have been extremely intelligent and divinely wise, though despite that, Ares would claim that like the other Olympian Gods, she didn't share his insight into humanity's darker traits, and Athena therefore attempted to protect them from Ares during the War of the Gods.
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