Aloadae


Twin giants named Ephailtes and Otus.


Parents: Poseidon and Iphimedeia
Appearance: giants, youthful hunters with caps and hunting spears, physically large, 54 feet tall
Enemies: Artemis, Ares
 

  • Names meant “nightmare” (Ephailtes) and “doom” (Otus)
  • The name “Aloadae” means to crush.
  • Artemis brought about their demise when she disguised herself as a deer and ran between them. This caused them to miss her and hit each other in the head with their axes.
  • Put in the Underworld tied to a column with snakes and taunted by owls for eternity.
  • 2nd generation Titans

Winds of Olympus