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Apollo is the son of Zeus (Greek God of the Sky) and Leto, the twin brother of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Moon), the Greek God of the Sun, Music, Poetry and Prophecy, a minor character in the Rick Riordan book series Percy Jackson and the Olympians and The Heroes of Olympus and the main protagonist and narrator of their sequel series The Trials of Apollo.

He became God of the Sun after the previous one Helios faded. He also defeated the dragon Python.

Apollo first appears in the third Percy Jackson and the Olympians book "The Titan's Curse where he is summoned by Artemis to escort Percy, Grover Underwood, Nico and Bianca di Angelo (son and daughter of Hades, Greek God of the Underworld), Thalia Grace (daughter of Zeus) and the Hunters of Artemis to Camp Half-Blood. During the trip, Apollo encourages Thalia to drive the Sun Chariot (in the form of a bus).

In The Heroes of Olympus Apollo is banished from Olympus by Zeus to Delos (Apollo and Artemis's birthplace) as punishment for revealing the Prophecy of Seven to early.

In The Trials of Apollo, Apollo is transformed into a mortal teenager by Zeus and is banished to Earth. Following this, Apollo, accompanied by a 12-year-old demigod named Meg McCaffrey to Camp Half-Blood where he lives in the cabin that houses his demigod children. He also learns that a being called The Beast is planning to destroy the Oracles.

Family

  • Father - Zeus
  • Mother - Leto
  • Sisters - Artemis, Athena, Persephone and Thalia Grace
  • Brothers - Hermes, Ares and Hephaestus
  • Uncles - Poseidon and Hades
  • Aunts - Demeter, Hera and Hestia
  • Grandfather - Kronos
  • Grandmother - Rhea
  • Sons - Asclepius, Will Solace, Lee Fletcher (deceased), Michael Yew (presumed deceased), Austin Lake
  • Daughter - Kayla Knowles

Gallery

Trivia

  • It is revealed in the first Trials of Apollo book "The Hidden Oracle" that Apollo is bisexual as he says that he has had thirty three mortal girlfriends and eleven mortal (among them Darren Knowles, the mortal father of Kayla) and that his two greatest loves were Daphne and Hyacinthus.
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