However, in some myths it is claimed that she had a daughter, Sais, with an unknown man and the baby was killed by the Fates as soon as she was born. Gender Eye She was hardly ever represented in … Poseidon (lover) She’s the daughter of Boreas, the windy God of Winter, and his frozen wife Oreithyia. Family 1 Myths 2 Parents 3 Spouse & Lovers 4 Children 5 Siblings 6 Navigation She was depicted as either a minor goddess or snow nymph whose realm belonged to snow. Since she was very beautiful, she had countless suitors, including the two gods. 15. She wore a white dress, and sometimes had a silver crown atop her hair. Khione is often associated with Oreithyia ("Mountain Gale"). Chione was the sister of Cleopatra (wife of Phineus, king of Thrace) and the Argonauts, Calaïs and Zetes. The way you spelled it would be the Roman's way. Khione (from χιών - chiōn, "snow") was the child of Boreas the North wind and Winter and his wife Oreithyia., They both hate their respective fathers (. After encountering Midas, Jason, Leo, Piper, and Coach Hedge camp out on Pike's Peak, where Khione tells Lycaon to track them down and kill them. Alias She was the goddess of snow. Her Roman counterpart, Chione, is sometimes used as merely an alternative way of spelling her name. When Jason Grace, Piper McLean, and Leo Valdez visit Boreas's penthouse suite in Quebec, they were given a "not-so-warm" welcome by Khione and her two immortal demigod brothers Zethes and Calais. Tripp, s.v. She was so beautiful that when Leo first met her, he thought of her as the most dazzling girl he had ever seen, and later even compared Thalia Grace to her. She was loved by Poseidon and had him a son, Eumolpus. Status Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Tripp, s.v. Khione (fromχιών -chiōn, "snow") was the child of Boreas the North wind and Winter and his wife Oreithyia. Leo is confused about the frozen wires but didn't suspect it was Khione. Her parents were Boreas and a nymph. CHI′ONE (Chionê). Alt GN Khione (Chione) is the daughter of Boreas, the North Wind and Oreithyia, whom he abducted. Chione was the daughter of Daedalion, a courageous, yet merciless, warrior.She was a beautiful lady desired by mortals and immortals, including the gods Apollo and Hermes. In fear of her father's wrath, she cast the child into the sea, but Poseidon saved him. The Eumolpidae in charge of the Eleusinian Mysteries claimed descent from her, as the mother of Eumolpus with Poseidon. She became pregnant with twins, one Autolykus the son of Hermes, and the other Philammon, the son of Apollo. Hermes (lover/rapist), Autolykus (by Hermes) She also wanted to keep Jason as an ice statue for herself. She was loved by Poseidon and had with him a son Eumolpus.In fear of her father's wrath, she cast the child into the sea, but Poseidon saved him. As soon as he sees her, Leo develops an instant crush on her, but she doesn't like him because she can sense the fire within him. Khione (Chione) is the daughter of Boreas, the North Wind, and the Athenian princess Oreithyia, whom he abducted. Biographical information A daughter of Boreas and Oreithyia, and sister of Cleopatra, Zetes, and Calais. She hates mortals for two reasons: One was because they never honored her, even in ancient times, and the other reason was because many mortals believe in the concept of global warming and she thinks that the concept is ridiculous since she keeps the world cold. –Khione, to Leo after he calls her hot in The Lost Hero. In Greek mythology. She's insulted when she's called "hot," because she's the goddess of snow. Behind the scenes Eumolpus, p. 237; Grimal, s.v. Since she is normally alone, she resides on a snowy mountaintop. She presumably has the standard powers of a goddess. The Lost HeroThe Mark of Athena (mentioned)The House of Hades. As a result of that night, Chione gave birth to … Even though it hardly ever snowed in Greece, they still had a snow goddess, albeit mentioned in passing. Yes, she is, but the correct Greek spelling of her name would be Khione. This delightful deity sits in the heavens and sprinkles the flakes over the Earth.