Hermes

Messenger of the Gods

Description:

Intermediate Deity (Greek Pantheon)
Symbol: Caduceus
Home Plane: Mount Olympus (Empire State Building, 600th floor)
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Portfolio: Trickery, Theft, Travel, Business
Worshipers: Thieves, Businessmen, Messengers, Orators, and all those who live by their wits.
Cleric Alignments: Any Chaotic
Domains: Trickery, Luck, Travel
Favored Weapon: Dagger

Bio:

“Standing right next to me was a guy in nylon running shorts and a New York City Marathon T-shirt. He was slim and fit, with salt-and-pepper hair and a sly smile.”

- The Sea of Monsters, by Rick Riordan

God of messengers, travelers, and thieves. Hermes is known for his trademark winged-sandals and winged-helmet. In both myths and the books, Hermes is mentioned to have stolen Apollo’s cattle, but was forced to give them back and gave Apollo a lyre as an apology.

Hermes is always on phone calls with gods, goddesses, and other creatures. His phone is entwined with two snakes named George and Martha who enjoy bickering with each other.

Hermes

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