Meet Gyges, the Big-Limbed, one of the three Hecotonchires. The Hecatonchires are primordial giants from Greek mythology. In most versions of Greek myth, they were the first children of Gaia (the Earth) and Ouranos (the night sky), along with their siblings, the Cyclopes. They had one hundred arms and fifty heads each (I reduced the number here!), and were powerful enough to lift and throw mountains. Zeus took advantage of their strength and enlisted them to help overthrow the Titans.
I want to do a series of deities, both fictional and from actual mythologies. Kaltheos Acephalos, a fictional deity, was the first in this series. This guy is the second. I originally thought of him as a Titan, twisted and deformed by his imprisonment in Tartarus, but as I read a little bit more about Greek mythology, I realized a Hectonchire fit the design more, and was more interesting.