Greek God: Apollo

Greek God: Apollo
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  • Leto gave birth to two twins, Apollo and Artemis.
  • Leto (Middle) Apollo (Right) Artemis (Left)
  • Apollo had hunted down A serpent named Python who was harassing his mother. He slayed it. It turns out the Python was a renounced prophet Zeus used many times.
  • *Hiss!*
  • Python!
  • Where will I go for advice now?
  • The Serpent was the best at giving advice due to its amazing foresight. Apollo had promised to replace it and do an amazing job.
  • Don't worry, I can take over the Python's role as a prophet.
  • Zeus:Your banished as a mortal for a year.
  • Zeus was proud, however, he thought Apollo needed to be taught a lesson. Zeus banished him as a mortal for a year. His duty would be assisting king Ademetus.
  • Fine, I understand.
  • Well thank you. Sad my wife is the only one willing to die for me.
  • After Apollo's time as a mortal was up Apollo told him his fate in return. In order to fix that someone must sacrifice them self for him. His wife did it but was later revived by Hercules.
  • Your welcome.
  • Apollo returned as a god. He had never found love but always told the truth.
  • Welcome back!
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