Let’s Meet Apollo:
Apollo in under 100:
An honest, happy-go-lucky loner. He’s good at almost everythinghe does, but often gets a raw deal because he lacks the cut-throat attitude that most of the other gods possess. He’s the god of art, music, the sun, and prophecy, among other things. His twin sister, Artemis is his closest ally, and has been mourning the loss of his cursed love for thousands of years. This competition is a rare chance to get her back, and he’ll do anything to win.
God of: Music, Art, Sun, Health, Archery, Prophecy
Looks like: 6′ tall, tan, blond,blue eyes, lean but muscular, pretty mouth
Animals: Roe Deer, Raven
Symbols: Laurel, Lyre, Bow and Arrow
You should call it now and save yourself the trouble of dragging it out. Trust me.
They don’t call me the Oracle of Amazing Awesomeness for nothing.”
“It’s not over until the fat lady sings, and Hera’s been mostly silent, so it seems I still have time.”
Artemis turned her gaze back to him. “Has it been worth the pain that you have been through over Daphne?”
“Artemis, the moment she is in my arms, all will be worth the price I have paid.”
“And now, beloved, you have guessed my second specialty—songs for love.” He leaned forward and kissed her lightly, then strummed and sang, the song so sweet, so full of the love in his heart, that tears rolled down her freckled cheek, her face alight with her joy.
When he stopped playing, he could do nothing but move to her to kiss her tenderly, completing the circle of what he could tell her not with words, imparting his love through his touch. She twined her arms around his neck, and he held her small waist as he laid down and pulled her on top of him. Her red curls fell around them like a curtain, the light beaming through as the sun flashed with the beat of his heart.