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Heliod, God of the Sun v1.3

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This is a 5e statblock for Heliod, God of the Sun, the Sun-Crowned.

The Champion reached for a stone, and Heliod placed the Sun into her hand
The Theriad

HELIOD THE SUN-CROWNED
Radiating with self-assurance and pride, Heliod represents all of the radiance and brilliance of the sun. His presence is a dominating force, as sure as the rise of the sun every morning, and acknowledged across Theros.
Heliod also presides over matters of faithfulness in oaths and bonds, and represents justice, retribution, laws, and kinship bonds.
Cheerful and sociable, Heliod enjoys the company of others and makes friends easily, however, he’s also prone to fickleness in his loyalty, turning on friends in retribution.
Heliod prefers the appearance of a sun-bronzed human, dressed in a golden flowing tunic. He has a noble profile, and a golden wreath crowns his head. He is fond of also appearing as a radiant golden stag or brilliant white pegasus. In all guises, he blazes in radiance, lit by the sun.

HELIOD'S TRAITS
Ideal:
“I bring a dawn that no night can follow.”
Bond: “My time will come, when every soul will bask in my glory and obey my law.”
Flaw: “This spear that I have thrown is the spear that felled my friends.”

HELIOD AS A MYTHIC ENCOUNTER
Heliod is a potent threat against even high-level characters, but to give characters a truly mythic challenge, you can have him call on Unconquerable Sun. His use of this trait signals a drastic turn in the encounter, as Heliod unleashes the excoriating radiance of the sun to those all around him.
Fighting Heliod as a mythic encounter is equivalent to taking on two challenge rating 30 creatures in one encounter. Award a party 310,000 XP for defeating Heliod after he uses Unconquerable Sun.
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