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Helios is all fired up. Mainly because the Titan god of the sun got booted from his job by a shiny young Olympian named Apollo. During Roman times, people smushed Apollo and Helios together in their minds, and the next thing you know, Apollo was driving the old god's chariot across the sky with the sun flaming behind him. We wonder what Helios's fiery-winged steeds thought about this regime change. Did they rebel against their new master? The world may never know.
Sol, Sol Invictus, the All-Seeing, Helius, the Sun, Hot Stuff
I've got an awesome palace at the edge of the world. (It's way cooler than anything Apollo's ever dreamed of.)
God of the Sun (forced into retirement)
The Uranus School of Sky-Riding
Pro-Zeus (Until he let Apollo take my job.)
Selene (the moon)
Selene (My beautiful sister)
Apollo (Who's a no-good chariot stealer)
Flings with nymphs like Klymene and Neaira
Someone nice to pass eternity with
"When you hear a boy ask why the sun comes and goes, tell him because in this life there is no light without the dark."
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis (A voyage to the end of the earth? That's what I do every day.)
We Are Young by Fun. ("Set the world on fire," huh? Reminds of when my son, Phaeton, did just that.)