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A chase erupted, with some banter on Apollo's side.
When Daphne started to tire, she cried to Gaea for help, and the goddess took pity on her and transformed her into a laurel tree just as Apollo was about to embrace her.
Thus, after Asclepius, the demigod son of Apollo was born, and was raised by Chiron.
The centaur taught the demigod in medicine and would drive him to become the greatest of healers.
He found the sight so humorous that he burst into laughter and mocked the young god of love, who decided to teach Apollo a lesson.
The next afternoon, when Apollo was walking by the riverside in Thessaly, Eros shot an arrow of love straight into his heart, causing him to fall instantly and hopelessly in love with a beautiful naiad who was bathing nearby: Daphne.
He also established the Pythian games and named his Oracle the Pythia, to honor his great foe.
One afternoon, Apollo came across Eros, who was in the form of a child and "playing" with his bow and arrows.
Asclepius is said to have been Apollo's favorite demigod child.
Asclepius became even more skilled in medicine than his father Apollo, most likely because he devoted all of his time to it.
When Leto was pregnant, Hera was furious with Zeus' unfaithfulness and forbade the Titan from giving birth on either the islands or mainlands.