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Leto gives birth to Apollo and his twin sister, Artemis on the island of Delos. Within a few days, he announces his gifts of archery, music, and light.
Apollo kills a giant python whos been stalking his mother for days.
But its no ordinary python! Its actually the town prophet! Zeus tells Apollo about the snake's prophetic powers, so Apollo learns the art of prophecy from a local prophet. But Zeus still thinks he should be punished, so he sentences him to a year of being a human.
You done screwed up, son
Apollo spends his sentence assisting a king. At the end of his sentence, he repays the king for his kindness by telling him his fate: death. That is, unless someone can take his wife. His wife ends up doing so.
After his powers are restored, Apollo's love life is mess with him, never being able to settle down. He also has a bad temper, which results in a lot of killings done by him. In addition, he tries to overthrow Zeus with Poseidon
According to Greek legends, Apollo, or Helios as the Romans call him, rides his chariot of magical horses everyday to bring us the sun. He also keeps on distributing his powers to the world.
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