Also known as Lester Papadopolous
Apollo is the Greek god of the sun, poetry, music, archery, and prophecy. His parents are Zeus and Leto. Artemis is his twin sister. He is currently serving a one-year sentence as a mortal.
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Apollo is the Greek god of the sun, poetry, music, archery, and prophecy. He often appears in human form, though his look is never the same. He has appeared as a tall, muscular, tanned, and extremely handsome twentysomething with long wavy blond hair pulled back in a messy man bun, as an outdoorsy teenager with sandy hair and laughing blue eyes, and even as a disheveled homeless man in filthy clothing.
While he insists on reciting flawed haiku, as far as gods go, Apollo is more harmless than harmful. He takes delight in teasing his twin sister Artemis. He’s been known to sneak behind the back of other Olympians to lend questing demigods a hand. He treats his demigod children with kindness and visits Camp Half-Blood more often than most gods. Apollo will never admit to having made mistakes, but beneath his cheerful, sunny disposition lies a sadness rooted in regret for lost loves and injuries given.