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Not all users of the Embodiment Powers have to be a literal embodiment, being a representation of/representing something also counts. Athena and Ares represented the strategic and violent aspects of war, respectively
Stop removing them. [[User:Tsubasa16|Tsubasa16]] ([[User talk:Tsubasa16|talk]]) 22:56, November 24, 2018 (UTC)
And here is what Power Manifestation, the power that covers all embodiment powers, says:
"The power to '''represent a certain power, quality, concept, emotion or elemental force'''.".  The "Embodiments" powers covers all sorts of represetation of something, from simply, well, representing, to being a manifestation or personifying and embodying. Lots of embodiment powers also have users who representation or manifestation of something, and aren't the literal thing [[User:Tsubasa16|Tsubasa16]] ([[User talk:Tsubasa16|talk]]) 23:03, November 24, 2018 (UTC)
Also, you say you don't find anything saying they are embodiments? then i guess you're not actually search and only saying what you know, here, taken directly from Wikipedia:
"Athena represented the disciplined, strategic side of war, in contrast to her brother [ Ares], the patron of violence, bloodlust, and slaughter—"the raw force of war".<sup id="cite_ref-FOOTNOTEDarmon1992114–115_52-0">[ [46]]</sup><sup id="cite_ref-FOOTNOTEHansen2004123–124_53-0">[ [47]]</sup> 
They are personifications of war, representing different aspects, do not remove them again and search better before removing valid users. [[User:Tsubasa16|Tsubasa16]] ([[User talk:Tsubasa16|talk]]) 23:05, November 24, 2018 (UTC)

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