Category: Human-Alien Hybrid, God
Age: Approximately 5000 years
Size: Varies – from average human to enormous.
Origin: Ancient Greece, Planet Earth
Habitat: Pollux IV
General Description: Son of Zeus, an alien from Pollux IV and Leto, a human woman. Has an extra organ in his chest that helps him transmit and control enormous energy. Was worshipped as god in Ancient Greece along with other aliens of his race: Zeus, Hera, Aphrodite, Artemis, and others.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: For a short period of time - Lieutenant Carolyn Palamas
Sworn Enemies: Scott, Kirk, Chekov
Special Powers: Controls enormous energy – can kill a human being at will, launch powerful energy bolts, jam communications and melt equipment.
Weapon(s) of choice: Lightening bolts, giant green energy field in the shape of a human hand
Weakness(es): Apollo requires rest after extensive usages of energy. The source of Apollo’s power is a temple-like structure, destruction of which leaves Apollo virtually powerless.
Hobbies: Drinking the sacramental wine, listening to the music of the pipes, providing for and caring for humans, being worshiped
Pet Peeves: Sad faces, arrogant disobeying humans
1) We're immortal, we gods. But the Earth changed. Your fathers changed. They turned away until we were only memories. A god cannot survive as a memory. We need love, admiration, worship, as you need food.
2) I offer you eternal rest and happiness according to the ancient ways. I ask little in return, but what I ask for I insist upon.
Total Estimated Power Rating: 19
4 Intellect Points + 4 Base Physical Strength Points + 1 Additional Physical Strength Points for when Apollo enlarges himself + 4 Weapon Points for the Giant Energy hand + 3 Points for Space Continuum Control + 3 Points for Advanced Invulnerability
Power Rating Estimate Notes: Apollo’s power is truly immense and god-like. Capable to crush a Constitution class starship like an eggshell. However his intelligence in quite average, and some of his weaknesses leave him vulnerable to attack.
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Movie(s) and or Book(s) featuring the character:
- Who Mourns for Adonais? - Star Trek The Original Series (2nd Season (1966))