In Greek mythology, King Haemus (Greek: Αἷμος, Haîmos) of Thrace was the son of Boreas, the north wind. Allegedly a vain and haughty ruler, he was punished by the Dodekatheon for compared himself and his wife, Queen Rhodope, to Zeus and Hera. With customary restraint, the gods changed him and his wife into mountains (Haemus Mons and Rhodope Mountains, respectively).
Haemus is currently in the service of Oliver Wile and most frequently appears as a white peacock, of varying size.