The Makhai, in Greek Mythology, are the gods or spirits of battle and combat. They have two upper bodies attached by the backs, and two heads.
“A Makhai is a spirit of battle, we thought they could be the great chop troops for the titans’ army.”
“Aided by the spirits of war and death from the battlefield, these warrior have no limits for destructions… When a Makhai attack, entire armies fall.”
The Makhai’s weapons of choice are four short blade swords, two in each hand, which they use by spinning and changing the side they are facing constantly in battle, as observed in the Wrath of the Titans Trailer. They seem to be powerful in battle, as they were seen in the trailer succeeding in attacking a whole army Greek Soldiers.
The Makhai’s skin has a charred and corroded look, and their faces look slightly deformed. There are lines of lava on the Makhai’s skin.
Both of the heads wear a helmet, but the head on the right wears a helmet with a plume, and is less muscular than the left head. The Makhai’s skin seems to be made of volcanic rock, and as the Titans were primal giants, in the movie they may fall under this label. The right upper body wears a loincloth, while the left upper body wears proper leg armor.
Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Writers: Dan Mazeau, David Leslie Johnson
Producers: Legendary Pictures, Thunder Road Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date: March 30th, 2012
Cast: Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson, Danny Huston, Edgar Ramirez, Bill Nighy, Toby Kebbell, Rosamund Pike
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