Tour Through Time
Temple of Helios
A shining example of classic Greek architecture with towering columns. On the roof is a space designed for the Chariot of Helios.
Built prior to 325 BC.
After slumbering in the Valley of the Kings, the companions were once again ushered into a new age by Marduke, this time calling himself Hermes. While their accommodations were satisfactory, Timjurati took a particular dislike to the kindred calling himself the god Helios.
Helios surrendered without the usual violence and his god portfolio was taken by Timjurati, as well as his flying chariot of fire.
The Temple of Helios was the later site of a battle with Apollo. Apollo was angered at the companions for taking the portfolio of Helios and acting as a competing sun god.