Back in the day, Helios wouldn't have been too hard to spot. All you had to do was look up into the sky during the day to see the Titan god of the sun pulling the fiery ball with his chariot. Unfortunately for Helios, he got forced into retirement during Roman times, when everybody started saying that it was Apollo who pulled the sun across the sky. If you want to have a chat with the former sun god, you'll have to head to his palace at the ends of the earth where he spends most of his time moping about the good old days. He's still fired up about losing his job, though, so it'd probably be better if you didn't bring it up.
Sex: Male Age: Middle-aged Build: Muscular Complexion: Shining Hair Color: Fiery red Facial Hair: Clean-shaven Scars/marks/tattoos: None Jewelry and accessories: A shining crown of light; chariot drawn by fiery winged steeds; oh, and the sun Clothing: Purple robes Armor: None Type of Weapon: The blazing sun
Flaming winged horses Selene (his sister, the moon)
The sky (Well, until Apollo took over his sun-towing job.) Rhodes (where he used to be worshiped like crazy) His palace at the ends of the earth