Die Heuning Pot Literature Guide
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Your Field Guide to Spotting Castor and Pollux (The Dioscuri)

These days, Castor and Pollux are easiest to find by looking up into the night sky, where they shine as the constellation Gemini. Back when they were still flexing their muscles on Earth, they were lean, clean-shaven, and handsome. The twins were almost always together and usually brought their horses wherever they went. Apparently, they sometimes wore helmets made out of the egg they were born from. Which is weirder: being born from an egg or wearing it on your head afterward?

Sex: Males
Age: Twenties
Build: Toned
Complexion: Tan
Hair Color: Blonde
Facial Hair: Beards
Scars/marks/tattoos: A few battle scars
Jewelry and accessories: Egg helmets
Clothing: Robes
Armor: Shining
Type of Weapon: Sword, shield, spear

Typical Companions

Each other
Horses
The Argonauts

Known Hangouts

Sparta
Olympus
The Underworld
The night sky

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