Physical Description(Greek and Roman)Edit
He is described as appearing to resemble a middle-aged man with an athletic figure-slim and fit with salt-and-pepper hair (as a jogger) and in his original form, black curly hair, elfish features, and a sly grin. He has been known to sport nylon running shorts and New York City Marathon T-shirt while jogging, an outfit similar to a mailman's when delivering mail with a pith helmet which sprout wings, and a suit. He carries a cell phone which turns into a caduceus. He has been known to sport winged shoes.
It is not mentioned what supernatural powers Hermes has, but this much can be gleaned from what he is known for.
- As Hermes is the God of travelers and the messenger god, his children might be able to transport themselves like the children of Hades.
- Hermes is the fastest god and can travel the speed of wind due to his winged boots
- Hermes is the god of thieves, so he might have a supernatural way of stealing things without others noticing.
- Hermes presumable possesses the standard powers of a god.
- As Hermes is the god of sports and athletes, his children might excel in athletics.
- Hermes is the god of inventions, and he invented the Internet, so his children might have a knack for inventing and creating.
- Hermes can travel to and from the Underworld without harm.
The children of the god of travel and thieves are special in their own way. They are gifted with almost supernatural speed, and are easily as fast as Olympic sprinters. The children of Hermes are gifted thieves, and are able to sneak up on the most aware opponents. They are incredibly lucky, but no one is very sure why. They never get lost while traveling, and always make to their destination. Their father always listens to their prayers for safe travel. Some of his children have the unique power to teleport wherever the please. Demigods: