Hermes—also known as Mercury, Wayfinder, and Prince of Thieves—has many talents. Wearing his famed winged sandals, he does the bidding of his father Zeus, leads the dead down to Hades, and practices his favorite arts of trickery and theft. He also sees the future, travels invisibly, loves... read more
“"I cringed; her voice rang with the insincere regret of an adult denying a child. I never asked again."”Hermes
“"I do not like weapons, even when they are as beautifal as the sickle...all Olympians bear arms. Ares has his arsenal, Apollo and Artemis their bows, Zeus his thunderbols. Athena likes to be called the goddess of wisdom, but she is never without helmet, aegis, and armor. Even love goddess Aphrodite has a little golden dagger tucked into her magic girdle (don't ask me how I know)."”Hermes
“Seducing mortals was one of the great guilty pleasures of the gods, second only to tipping cattle and ruining the weather.”
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