Hermez is an all-around great guy but, due to his all-around greatness he can be somewhat arrogant at times. He’s working on it. These things take time!
Like all of the Modern Gawdz, Hermez is loosely inspired by one of the gods of Greek Mythology. As you’ve likely already figured out, the inspiration for Hermez is Hermes. But, again, I’ve employed a fairly loose and open-ended type of inspiration.
Actually, just about all of the Greek gods have more complex histories and lore than you might imagine. In many cases, if you were to try to combine all of the disparate traditional stories, symbols, and characteristics of one of the Greek gods into a single, all-encompassing amalgam, it would get pretty complicated and confusing.
So I liberally pick and choose and just have fun with it!
One of Hermez’ more intriguing characteristics that I borrowed from the traditional Greek lore is his role as messenger of the gods. More particularly, his ability to carry messages to/from the invisible world. But who or what does Hermez communicate with in the invisible world? And what is the invisible world, for that matter?
Only time can unveil the developing saga of the Modern Gawdz.