|God of the North Wind|
|God of Winter|
|Species||God (North Wind)|
|Greek/Roman form||Aquilon (Roman)|
Boreas (Βορέα in Ancient Greek) is one of the four seasonal winds that work for Aeolus, the master of all winds. Boreas is the North Wind and the god of winter. As Western Civilization moved to the United States, he settled down in Quebec, Canada, the oldest settlement in the North. His Roman counterpart is Aquilon.
Boreas was known for his abduction of Orithyia, the daughter of King Erechtheus of Athens. Boreas wooed Orithyia, but she declined many times. Boreas eventually decided to take her by force, covering her in a cloud, spiriting her away and transforming her into his immortal wife. She would bear him an immortal daughter, Khione, and two mortal sons, Calais and Zethes. With his brother; Zephyr, Boreas dwelt in the mountains of Thrace. Boreas' winds can be powerful and violent, causing great destruction.
Boreas was closely associated with horses. He was said to have fathered twelve colts after taking the form of a stallion, to the mares of Erichthonius, King of Troy. These were said to be able to run across a field of grain without trampling the plants.
He is described as being a sturdily built man. He wears a suit that appears to be made of snow, and has a pair of dark purple wings. Additionally, he is said to have long hair and a beard, both of which are covered in ice.
- Main Article: Aquilon
Boreas can change to his Roman form, Aquilon. Here he becomes more warlike and militaristic. As Aquilon, he is described as thinner, no beard, a gladius at his side, and a toga lined with purple. He still has purple wings.
- He has the standard powers of a god
- Cryokinesis: He controls blizzards and snowstorms. He can turn people, even monsters into frozen statues.
- Aurora borealis, otherwise known as the Northern Lights of Canada, was named for him, and his mother Eos' Roman form, Aurora, since he is the god of the North Wind.
- Hyperborean cyclopes and Hyperborean giants are both named after him, as they both come from the northrn regions