"All those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand. "


The messenger of the gods, he’s the one who carries their notes to each other and who ushers the dead into the Underworld. He’s also the one who saved the Greek pantheon when Apollymi was released and bent on total destruction.

His additional duties are god of: diplomacy, travel, persuasion, thieves, animal husbandry, roads, hospitality, heralds, languages, writing, cunning, athletic games, gymnasiums, astronomy, and astrology.

He was also a fertile turtle and fathered a number of children.

With other gods: Angelia (goddess of messages), Eleusis, several of the Dryades, Palaistra (goddess of wrestling), Pan (god of shepherds), the Panes Agreus and Nomios, and the Satyroi Pherespondos, Lykos and Pronomos.

With humans: Abderos, Aithalides, Arabos, Autolykos, Bounos, Daphnis, Ekhion, Eleusis, Euandros, Eudoros, Eurestos, Eurytos, Kaikos,...

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Hear it from the Fans

I think the answer to Sande's comment would be... EVERYONE in the book.

Marie, September 24, 2012

Someone needs to mention his favorite conveyance when not using the enchanted shoes: the Mack truck (or perhaps that should be Kat's worst enemy..)

Jim W, March 29, 2012

OOH..need a.new book about Apollo so we can see just how many people he can actually piss off in 300+ pages...hahahaa

Sande G, September 27, 2011

This one I dont understand. Why is Apollo his worst enemy? They are brothers, and after the stolen cattle/lyre exchange, the best of buds...hmmm

sande g, September 12, 2011

    And after a couple of thousand years, things change. Best friends often become the most bitter of enemies even in the course of one human lifetime. Imagine what happens with the gods.

    Carl, MB Staff, September 12, 2011