Children of Apollo, as their dad is the god of oracles, can sense when an oracle is about to have a premonition. Children of Apollo, as their dad is the god of the Oracle, have the vague ability to understand what the prophecies mean, although they usually don't talk about it.
As Apollo is the god of protection of the young, his children are often inclined to protect and defend those younger than them. Children of Apollo are usually in better moods during the day and enjoy waking up early. Children of Apollo are natural shots, and generally have good vision.
Thanks to Apollo's interaction with Python, all the children of Apollo have a terrible fear of snakes. While it appears to be rarely inherited or at least rarely tapped into, they can inherit and use Apollo's plague powers.
"Sons of Apollo: Delphus. Asclepius by Coronis, daughter of Phlegyas Eurypides by Cleobula. Ilius by Urea, daughter of Neptunus [Poseidon]. Agreus by Euboea, daughter of Macareus.
Claiming occurs when a god acknowledges a demigod as one of their own children, usually by sending a symbol of their power next their child. At Camp Half-Blood, once a camper has shown some amount of their godly parents power or skill, that god or goddess will claim them as their own child.
Daughter of Apollo and the Canadian archery instructor Darren Knowles, Kayla is one of the year-round campers at Camp Half-Blood, where she teaches archery classes and hopes to one day compete in the Olympics. She is a veteran of the Battle of Manhattan.
Not all the demigod children of Apollo have blonde/blond hair. Michael Yew had black hair, for example, and Kayla Knowles is a redhead. There are also those children of Apollo whose mortal parents weren't Caucasian, and hence their hair color will reflect that, such as Austin Lake (African-American) and Yan (Chinese).
Children of Apollo tend to get along with children of Hermes, as Hermes was the inventor of Apollo's beloved lyre. Children of Apollo's finger glow like glowsticks when cracked.
Most half-bloods at Camp Half-Blood don't live long enough to have children. Their lives are simply too dangerous. If they did have children, the kids would probably pass for normal mortals, since the godly powers get diluted with each generation.
If two demigods had a child wouldn't they be a quadgod. because if you were a demigod half of your blood would be god. So technically if you were to divide that by two it would have to be a quarter which would be a quadgod.
During a game of Capture the Flag, Percy learns he is healed by water after he is attacked by a hellhound. He is then claimed as a son of Poseidon through a hologram of a glowing green trident above his head.
4. Apollo and Asclepius. One of Greek god Apollo's best-known sons is Asclepius, the god of medicine and healing. Asclepius was conceived during an affair between Apollo and Princess Coronis.
The sharp, gold-tipped arrow pierced the heart of Apollo inflaming his love for Daphne, a beautiful nymph, daughter of the river god Peneus, while the blunt, lead-tipped arrow struck the nymph creating an intense aversion for love in the her heart.
He was also often depicted with one or both of his two main attributes: a bow and a lyre. The bow symbolized distance, death, terror, and awe, while the lyre more gently proclaimed the joy of communion with Olympus through music, poetry, and dance.
The Birth of Apollo
He was an illegitimate child, with his father being Zeus and his mother Zeus' mistress Titaness, Leto. When Zeus' wife Hera found out about the pregnancy, she flew into a rage and forbade the mistress Leto to give birth on land and sent the deadly Python to chase her away.
space. Never-before-heard audio tapes have revealed astronaut Neil Armstrong's biggest fear on the Apollo 11 mission wasn't dying or never seeing his family again — it was failure.
Although he was known for many good things, Apollo also had a dark side. He could bring plague, or widespread disease, upon people with whom he was angry. For example, when a human woman named Niobe boasted that she had more children than Leto, Apollo's mother, Leto had Apollo kill all of Niobe's sons!
APOLLON (Apollo) was the Olympian god of prophecy and oracles, music, song and poetry, archery, healing, plague and disease, and the protection of the young. He was depicted as a handsome, beardless youth with long hair and attributes such as a wreath and branch of laurel, bow and quiver of arrows, raven, and lyre.
Apollo was the god of practically everything – including but not limited to music, poetry, art, prophecy, truth, archery, plague, healing, sun and light (although the god is always associated with the sun, the original sun god was the titan Helios, but everyone forgot about him).
God of Music and Poetry, Healing, Agriculture Prophecy and Archery. Apollo assumed various other deified roles over time. A musically gifted youth, he was given a lyre from Hermes, and he learned to sing and play beautifully. This affinity with song naturally led him to develop a connection with poetry.
Half siblings only share DNA from one parent. The genetic information from the other parent is different. Since both parents give us an equal amount of our DNA, it doesn't matter if two kids share mom's or dad's genetic information. Either way, it's half.
Harry James Potter holds half-blood status in Rowling's imagined wizarding world because his mother is Muggle-born and his father is pure-blood.
While a child could have the same blood type as one of his/her parents, it doesn't always happen that way. For example, parents with AB and O blood types can either have children with blood type A or blood type B. These two types are definitely different than parents' blood types!
Apollo is a young god with blond hair, beige skin-tone, and teal blue eyes. He is wearing an outfit with colors ranging from orange to light yellow, paired with a golden shoulder piece with the sun's symbol, and his golden lyre.
Apollo: Blue as Greek, Green as Roman (Apollo was not a sun god in the Greek days, with that power going to Helios. His eyes are green as a Roman due to domain over the Sun) Ares/Mars: Red in both (both Romans and Greeks alike associated red with this god)