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Hephaestus - God of fire, smiths, craftsmen, metalworking, stonemasonry, and sculpture

Updated: Apr 9, 2021

He was as tall as Poseidon, but he was larger, showing every overly bulging muscle across his entire body. He had thick wavy shoulder length black hair adorned by a golden nightshade circlet with the pandora’s symbol resting on his forehead. His piercing blue eyes on his broad face were only overshadowed by his dark full beard. He too wore no shirt, but chose a ceremonial white over red war leather battle skirt tied by a huge red leather girdle with a golden lion’s head. His legs covered by golden grieves with gorgon heads engraved, almost hiding the golden robotic left leg he built himself. The leg he had lost from his fall from Olympus. He was engenius with his creations and had never been very social as he preferred the quiet solitude of the forges his volcanoes provided him.

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