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Finding sources for you. Source(s): Xena/Hercules relationship "end": http://www. catchsomeair.us (in the quotes section). The cult hit Xena: Warrior Princess broke barriers on television, but the the bond between Xena and Gabrielle as a romantic relationship. Shortly after Hercules' birth, Hera became aware of his status as Zeus' son .. Gabrielle believed that Hercules and Xena would've been a good relationship.
When he first met her, in mortal form, she claimed to be a healer and follower of Ares. He persuaded her to heal Iolaus, who was sick after being hit with a hind's blood arrow. He fell in love with Serena, even after he discovered she was a Golden Hind. They married with Iolaus in attendance.
This second tragedy in Hercules' life also took its toll on him. He was mad at Zeus for not reversing the death himself  and both Dahak and Sin would use her image to torture Hercules in later situations. Getting some closure, Hercules left her alone with her new family along with her being unfamiliar with him.
He first met Hercules after he enrolled as a common cadet at Cheiron's Academy. It was on Jason's legendary trip to find the Golden Fleece that Hercules first gained a measure of fame. They both participated in the Corinthian Games.
He tells Xena that things may be different once he regains his godhood. When she bandages his wounds sustained in a fight with the warlords, he remarks that even in Callisto's body, she still has her touch -- "warm, firm, passionate, yet, at the same time, gentle" -- in contrast to Callisto, who is either a cold fish or wild animal.
She jerks her hand away from his kiss, and after he rather smugly informs her of his romp with her Callisto-inhabited body, Xena states her intent to "take a long bath" once she is back in her own skin.
Alas, the kinder, gentler mortal Ares is still no gentleman. She is skeptical about his ability to change: The two exchange a tender look that could be a prelude to a kiss, but are interrupted by a warlord who bursts in and then drops dead with an axe in his back. For the first time, we see a "humanized" Ares with some potential for goodness brought out by mortality, but also, maybe, by his feelings for Xena.
Upon regaining his godhood, Ares reverts to his cold and cruel self, and he allows Xena to twist in the wind a little before switching her back into her body as promised.
This time, Ares turns the Furies on Xena for failing to avenge her father's death, and goads Xena to murder her mother Cyrene, who, it turns out, killed Xena's father to stop him from killing little Xena. While there is no doubt that he is a nasty piece of work in THE FURIES, and his actions are horrendous, there seems to be a new element of absurd though this may sound affection in his manner toward Xena.
When he stops her from hurling herself off a cliff, one senses that he is not merely protecting his investment in his favorite warrior but, in his own twisted way, actually cares about her. The Warrior Princess wriggles out of her predicament by telling the Furies that she has no obligation to kill Mom because her real father is alive, and is none other than the War God himself.
To prove it, she fights Ares and beats him, convincing her tormentors that she must be half-god. After the miffed Furies depart, Ares asks, "You don't really think I'm your father, do you?
The Furies think you are, that's all that counts. I took him away from you. I kept hoping that maybe I'd run into him, somewhere. Understand -- understand myself.
I know that will never be.
If Xena is not a demigod, she should not have been able to win. Does Ares decide to reward her brilliant stratagem of claiming him as Daddy? Does he, deep down, have a soft spot for her? Is he worried about the damage he could do to her if he used his full power? Perhaps that is why Ares gets such a nervous look when Xena challenges him, prompting Alecto to ask what he is afraid of.
Or could it be all of the above? When the god warns his new protege Agathon not to underestimate Xena as others have, the brash young warlord retorts, "No, no, no, no, War God, nobody underestimates Xena.
You've got a hot spot for the killer babe, and when push comes to shove, you follow your, uh, lower instincts, know what I mean? Later, he visits the Warrior Princess to deliver a warning: I'm not gonna make any deals this time. I promised Agathon I would not interfere.
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If you attack, he's gonna kill you. We do not know if he is trying to stop Xena from messing up his plans or from getting hurt. Xena seemed to grow close to Alti's apprentice and also ex-AmazonAnokinwho later died during a raid on a village. Alti promises Xena the title of "Destroyer of Nations" if she is to help her, in " Adventures in the Sin Trade " Alti told Xena that she could see Anokin again if she wished. She told Xena that she didn't like her — it was her that poisoned Anokin's soul which ultimately led to her death.
Alti told Xena that it is possible to take vengeance on the dead. Alti makes a prediction stating that neither him nor Xena will name the child. Borias tells Alti that he has had enough of her and calls her a hag. Xena warns Borias of her powers and he continues to tell Xena that she has changed since she has known Alti.
Alti promises Xena great power and her infamous title of the Destroyer of Nations, if she helps Alti harness the power she needs. Hesitant at first, Xena warns Alti that Borias will be mad when he learns that they've killed his precious orphan girl.
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Alti persuades her otherwise, reminding her that she hasn't been wrong with her predictions so far. Once again, Xena's lust for power gets the better of her and she advances onto the child, dagger in-hand. Borias catches Xena before she can strike. Xena sneaks into the Amazon camp and finds the Queen's hut, where Cyane is receiving a massage. Xena spies on the Amazon Queen from the secrecy of the roof of the hut, when the roof suddenly gives way and almost falls on Cyane.