Capricious and vain, Apollymi is the most powerful of all the Atlantean gods and can only be controlled by her half-brother and husband, Archon. She travels in the wind and can strike down her victims in an instant. It is said those who are about to die by her hand can glimpse her blonde hair swirling in the mist a second before they die and at the instant of their death, the last vision they hold is her merciless pale swirling eyes. As a goddess of contradictions, she tends to be loving and kind in one breath and then brutal and cold in the next. No one, not even her husband, is safe from her wrath.
When The Fates declared that her child would bring about the end of the Atlantean Pantheon, she hid her son Apostolos in the mortal realm. The other gods joined forces and imprisoned her in Kalosis, the Atlantean hell realm. She could only be freed if her child was killed or freed her. While her son was in the mortal world, he was abused and sold as a sex slave. But when the time came that the Greek god Apollo killed her son, she was released and rose up her way and struck down all of her fellow Atlantean gods. Apollymi also destroyed Atlantis for their part in her son's abuse. The goddess Artemis returned Apostolos/Acheron to life and imprisoning Apollymi once again. She now remains in Kalosis until her son releases her or he is killed again.