Name: Greek - Ares; Roman - Mars
Parents: Zeus and Hera, later Hera without Zeus)
Siblings to Note: Eris (Strife), Hebe, and Eileithyia.
Mates: Aphrodite, Aerope, Agraulos, Althaia, Asterie, Astyokhe, Atalante, Chryse, Cyrene, Demonike, Dotis, Harmonia, Harpina, Ilia, Otrere, Pyrene, Pelopia, Phylonome, Protogeneia, Sterope, Tereine, Telphousia, Triteia,
Children: Aeropus, Alcippe, Alkon, The Amazons, Anteros, Antope, Ascalphus, Cycnus, Deimos, Diomedes, Dryas, Eros, Euenos, Enyalios, Harmonia, Hippolyte, Ialmenos, Ismenian Drakon, Lyckastos, Lykos, Melanippus, Meleager, Molos, Nisos, Oinomaus, Oxylos, Parrhassios, Parthenopaios, Penthesileia, Phlegyas, Phobos, Portheus, Pylos, Romulus, Remus, Tereus, Thestios, Thrassa
Role of AresFor Humans: Apollo was the god of war, especially its destruction and slaughter, but he was also called upon as the savior of cities.
For Gods: Ares was hated and tried but acquitted for murder.
Canonical Olympian? Ares is a canonical Olympian and is usually included in lists of the 12.