Persephone is the daughter of Demeter, the Goddess of Earth and Zeus, the Ruler of Gods.
Not much is known about her, just she was abducted by Hades, God of the Underworld, as she together with her sisters Athena and Artemis picked flowers.
Persephone's sisters try to save her, but Hades was to fast for to catch her.
Hades' attitude regarding humans is mirrored, interestingly, in the Character of Persephone, in the video game God of War: Chains of Olympus.
Similarly to the Saint Seiya version of Hades, in the game Persephone seeks to eradicate the entire world due to her view that all humans are selfish and corrupted.
She additionally sought to destroy gods due to their betrayal, and then inability to save her when Hades tricked her into marrying him.
Another parallel is that both, in full armored form, resemble dark angels or angels of Death.
In the story "The Pendulate War" Is Persephone's relationship with Hades much warmer.
There Hades has freed Persephone from her loneliness, burdens her mother Demeter.
She visit him in the Underworld and later she married him.
But Demeter was against that love and take Persephone and Zeus under a Lust spell, under whose spell they loved each other and thus Zappharia testified.
Hades felt betrayed by her and threw her out of his kingdom. Later, Persephone found out everything he had a mortal lover named Feyja, by whom he had the son Pelathon. Persephone treated these as her own child, but learned of it as Hades, he brought his wife and son to Elysium.
Then Persephone went to Aphrodite and asked for their strongest desire sword that she had. Mt which they stabbed Hades, during the war, after she had fought her way up to his castle. After they had made love extensively, Hades remarked that he had made a mistake. He apologized to Persephone, and lived with Pelathon, Zappharia, the newly born twins Macaria and Mellione, and later nine more children in peace.