God of Love
God of Beauty
Vital Statistics
Gender Male
Status Immortal
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
Height Any height



Bow and Arrow

Species God


Greek/Roman form Cupid (Roman)


Actor None


Eros Cupid Cherub

Eros (Ἔρως in Ancient Greek) is the god of sexual love and beauty. In Ancient Greece he was worshipped as a fertility deity. His Roman counterpart is Cupid. He is the son of Aphrodite and Ares. He is also husband to Psyche


Eros is the god of love, seduction, and pleasure. He is the son of Aphrodite with Ares, though many suspect that Cupid was fathered by Zeus or Hermes (though Hermes and Aphrodite already had a son, Hermaphroditus).

Eros and Psyche

When Eros' mother Aphrodite became jealous of Psyche, a woman that was admired so much for her looks that Aphrodite's subjects forget to pray for her name. She ordered Eros to make Psyche fall in love with the vilest monster in the world, in order to reclaim her people. However, while Eros was making an attempt to shoot her, it is told that he either scratches himself with his arrow or he falls in love with Psyche, dazzled by her godlike beauty. Eros, unable to resist the charm of Psyche, reports back to her mother, telling her that he has failed the task. Aphrodite is angered by this news and she lays a curse of Psyche, wishing that she would never be able to find a suitable husband. This decision of his mother upsets Eros greatly, and he refuses to shoot any more arrows as long as the curse is on Psyche, causing the Temple of Aphrodite to fall. To prevent the Earth from dying and her name to be completely forgotten, Aphrodite finally accepts to release the curse and let her son marry Psyche. She is given immortality by Zeus, and is made the goddess of pleasure and soul.


Eros is described as clean shaven and beautiful, with bright blue eyes and silky brown hair. He wears robes covered above with a white shirt and occasionally wears white tinted glasses and white sandels


Main Article: Cupid

Eros can change his form into his Roman counterpart, Cupid. As Cupid he becomes more disciplined, warlike and militaristic.


Eros is very much like his mother, Aphrodite. He is seductive, temperamental, callous. Though with these qualities, he is also very loving and passionate to those he cares about. He is a massive flirt


  • He would possess the standard powers of an olympian god
  • Amokinesis
  • He has mastery in archery, and his arrows are known to cause people to fall in love with the first thing they see, such as Apollo and Daphne