Apollo's most evil acts thus would be: Threatening to rape Alice. Putting out the Sun and breaking his divine oath. Manipulating his father into killing a human.
Apollo angered his father Zeus and ended up being sent to Earth and is in the body of a 16 year-old boy named Lester Papadopolous. Zeus punishes Apollo for the role that he played in the battle between the gods in Gaea. Apollo is of course upset about this and is wondering how soon he can get back to god status.
Apollo is the god who affords help and wards off evil; various epithets call him the "averter of evil".
Python, in Greek mythology, a huge serpent that was killed by the god Apollo at Delphi either because it would not let him found his oracle, being accustomed itself to giving oracles, or because it had persecuted Apollo's mother, Leto, during her pregnancy.
Apollo, however, discovered this affair through his prophetic powers. Angered, he sent his twin sister, Artemis, to kill Coronis. Accordingly, Artemis killed Coronis and her family with her arrows. In one variation, Artemis kills them on her own accord to avenge the insult done to her brother.
Apollo in revenge slew all the Cyclopes who forged the thunderbolts, as a punishment for which he had to serve Admetus for a time.
There, he served five years after being convicted back in 2014. Nida was sentenced to eight years in prison for conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud charges. He was also ordered to remit $1.9 million for his crimes.
Instead, Zeus punished Apollo by exiling him from Olympus and making him serve as a slave on earth for nine long years. At the end of his sentence Apollo patched things up with Gaea, and she gifted him the Oracular Temple of Delphi.
Apollo was heart-broken at the loss of Daphne and to remember her for ever, he made the laurel the symbol of tribute to poets. The laurel became therefore the symbol of the god.
Apollo was returning from slaying a monster named Python when he saw Cupid. Apollo bragged to Cupid that his bow was bigger than Cupid's. Angered by the insult, Cupid shot him with a golden love arrow causing Apollo to fall in love with the first person he saw.
In Greek mythology, Hyacinthus was a Spartan prince of remarkable beauty and a lover of the sun god Apollo.
PYTHON (Puthôn), the famous dragon who guarded the oracle of Delphi, is described as a son of Gaea. He lived in the caves of mount Parnassus, but was killed by Apollo, who then took possession of the oracle.
By the start of the second round, Drago pummels Creed with ease. Rocky again tries to stop the fight by throwing in the towel, but hesitates too long, giving Drago a chance to deliver (just as Rocky drops the towel) a fatal blow to Apollo, who dies in Rocky's arms in the middle of the ring.
Python became the chthonic enemy of the later Olympian deity Apollo, who slew it and took over Python's former home and oracle. These were the most famous and revered in the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.
Apollo is the celebrated Olympian god of Greek mythology, a hero and bringer of life (even though he could sometimes be petty and vengeful).
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HYAKINTHOS (Hyacinthus) A prince of Lakedaimonia (southern Greece) who was loved by the gods Apollon and Zephryos. He was accidentally slain by Apollon in a game of quoits and transformed into a flower.
Apollo is one of the Twelve Olympians. The Twelve Olympians are the major deities that lived on Mount Olympus. Apollo is the Greek god of music, poetry, healing, and medicine. He is the son of Olympian god Zeus and Titan goddess Leto.
Apollo wasted no time in avenging his mother, Leto.
While Leto was pregnant, Hera sent Python, a giant snake, to attack her; and later sent Tityos, a giant, in an attempt to get her long-awaited revenge. Apollo wasn't too pleased and killed both Python and Tityos.
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 too early.
Once Apollo and Pan had a music contest. When King Midas said he preferred Pan, Apollo turned his ears into those of a donkey.
Apollo Slays The Python And Offends Cupid
The story of Apollo and Daphne in Ovid's Metamorphoses (I. 438-567) took place right after Apollo killed the Python, the great snake that terrorized mankind.
In Greek mythology, Cassandra was a prophetess who could accurately foretell the future but was never believed. This talent had been a gift from the god Apollo but when she rejected his advances he cursed her so that her predictions were never believed.
So Achilles killed Hector, the Trojan champion. Then Apollo killed Achilles, the Greek champion, guiding an arrow shot from Paris's bow directly into Achilles' heel. This was at Aphrodite's behest.
Unknown to Artemis, the first night Apollo met Persephone, he sexual assault Persephone by going into her room while she slept. Persephone did try to tell Artemis about what Apollo did to her that night, but held back, worried it would hurt their relationship.