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Son of Poseidon, controls water and has perfect sea bearings. Boyfriend of Annabeth Chase. One of the Heroes of Olympus. Owns Riptide.
Daughter of Athena, architect and strategist. Girlfriend of Percy Jackson. One of the Heroes of Olympus.
Satyr, best friend of Percy. One of the members of the Council of Cloven Elders.
Trainer of Heroes, centaur. Lives in the Big House of Camp Half-Blood.
Bull monster, lived in Labyrinth. Mother is witch Pasiphae and father is the Cretan Bull.
Gorgon, turns people to stone with a single stare. Children are Pegasus and Chrysaor.
God of wine, twelfth Olympian God.
Where is the only safe place for demigods to train and to learn to fight. Is on Long Island.
Daughter of Zeus, sister of Jason. Has a shield Aegis and is lieutenant of the Hunters of Artemis.
Traitorous son of Hermes, used to be friends with Thalia and Annabeth.
Cyclops son of Poseidon, half-brother of Percy. General of the cyclops army.
Sea of Monsters
Sea filled with monsters of all shapes and sizes. In mortal world, known as the Bermuda Triangle. The Sirens, Circe, and Polyphemus live here. Charybdis, Scylla, and the clashing rocks guard the sea.
Cunning inventor who built the Labyrinth of Crete. Lived in an automaton body for three thousand years. Goes by Quintus because he now lives in his fifth body. Son of Athena. Son is Icarus.
Son of Hades, brother of Bianca and Hazel. Is gay and can shadow travel. Has a Stygian Iron sword.
Cannibal ogres that throw fiery cannonballs. Live up north in Canada.
Dragon women with two serpent tails.
Home of the Gods. Is located atop the Empire State Building on the 600th floor.
God of the Sea, one of the Big Three. Controls the oceans, and earthquakes. Creator of horses. Third Olympian God.
God of the Sky, one of the Big Three. Rules the skies, is the King of Olympus and first Olympian God.
God of the Underworld, one of the Big Three. King of the Underworld, master of the dead. Honorary member of the Olympians.
Daughter of Ares, counselor of Ares Cabin.
Dark cavern where the dead reside in three areas, Elysium, Fields of Asphodel, and the Fields of Punishment. Ruled by Hades.
Where the heroes reside in the Underworld. Here also lies the Isles of the Blest.
Fields of Asphodel
The people who lived normal lives reside here in the Underworld where nothing ever happens.
Fields of Punishment
Where the evil souls reside in the Underworld for eternal torment such as Sisyphus and Tantalus.
God of Fear, son of Ares. Shows your worst fears.
God of Terror, son of Ares. Shows true terror.
River of Solemn Oaths, Charon guides the boat of the dead across to the Underworld. Anyone who swears on the River Styx risks eternal punishment if they break that oath.
River of Forgetting, causes you to forget who you are. Souls who want a second chance reside here
Monster who stretches or cuts off your feet to make you fit the bed.
Force that move the gods to new civilizations.
God of War. Fifth Olympian God.
Goddess of Love. Oldest of all the Gods, born from the remains of Ouranos. Tenth Olympian God.
Older than the gods, 12 in total. Ruled the world before the Gods. Kronos, Rhea, Iapetus, Hyperion, Oceanus, and Krios are several of them.
Ruler of the Titans, father of Hera, Poseidon, Zeus, Hades, Hestia, and Demeter, husband of Rhea. Titan of Time.
Abyss of chaos and doom, home of all monsters, demons, titans, and giants, resides on the outskirts of the Underworld. Is the body of the spirit himself. Husband of Gaea.
Wife of Zeus, goddess of family. Queen of Olympus and second Olympian God.
Daughter of Hades, sister of Nico. Died battling defective giant Talos.
Older than the titans or before them, define all in the world, snip the yarn to tell when you die.
Police force of the Underworld, servants of Hades.
Monsters who tempt people to eternal bliss with no escape. Own the Lotus Hotel and Casino.
Monster who breathes fire, part lion, part goat, part serpent. Son of Typhon and Echidna.
Mother of all Monsters, wife of Typhon.
Isles of the Blest
Reborn three times and become a hero each time, you join the heroes in this part of Elysium.
Demigod, half mortal, half god, the children of the gods.
Goddess of the Hearth, the Last Olympian.
Goddess of Agriculture, mother of Persephone. Fourth Olympian God.
The Stoll Brothers
Travis and Connor Stoll, Sons of Hermes.
Ice Giants, peaceful until provoked. Breathe ice and freeze their enemies.
Slithering reptile, can hypnotize and shoot acid, hard armor.
Multiple headed beast, chop off one head, two more grow back. Son of Typhon and Echidna.
Half man, half goat, protectors of Half-Bloods. Can read emotions.
Council of Cloven Elders
Elderly Council of Satyrs, rule over the wild kingdom.
Fleece of Golden Ram has magical healing properties.
One-Eyed giant. Elders work for the gods. Southerners tend sheep on islands. Northerners eat demigods and build weapons.
Elder Cyclops, owner of the Golden Fleece. Lives in the Sea of Monsters.
Powerful witch, turns men into animals.
6 headed reptilian monster, guardian of the Sea of Monsters.
Ocean sucking monster, guardian of the Sea of Monsters.
Vampiric demons that hypnotize boys and have a donkey leg and metal leg. Hair is on fire.
One-eyed fortune tellers, own the Chariot of Damnation. Have one eye and tooth in total between them.
Wife of Hades, daughter of Demeter. Goddess of Springtime.
Elder gods, rulers of the world. Twelve in total with Hades and Hestia.
Younger gods, rule the smaller things such as choices, sea storms, sleep, and revenge.
Women of nature.
Green fire that is highly explosive and can burn underwater.
God of the sun, music, poetry, prophecies, and medicine. Seventh Olympian God.
Goddess of the moon and hunt. Leader of the Hunters of Artemis, eighth Olympian God.
The Hunters of Artemis
Band of girls who hunt monsters across western civilization. own falcons and timber wolves for hunting and companionship.
God of the Wild, leader of the satyrs, died millennia ago.
Two headed god of choices.
Former leader of the Hunters of Artemis.
Titan who held the sky.
Titan of Light and the East.
Titan of Constellations and the South.
Titan of the Sea.
Titan of Darkness and the West.
Winged horses, children of the original Pegasus.
Maze that moves and defies distance and space. Built by Daedalus.
The Hundred-Handed-Ones. One hundred arms, fifty different faces, fought in the old war of the titans.
Last of the Hekatonkheries. Brother of Gyes and Kottos.
Prison warden of the Hekatonkheries and cyclopes.
Only friendly hellhound.
Enormous demon dogs made of shadow.
Chiron's relatives, wild party centaurs.
Prophetess of Delphi, speaker of Apollo, defines the future, speaks prophecies.
Goddess of Magic and crossroads. Controls the Mist.
Goddess of Revenge.
Goddess of the Rainbow.
Instant vision caller. Pay one drachma and have to create a rainbow.
Golden coin of the mythical world.
Goddess of Wisdom, sixth Olympian God.
The Big Three
Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades. The three sons of Kronos. Each wields incredible power. Any children of the Big Three is twice as powerful as any other demigod.
Powerful veil that shrouds the minds of mortals and sometimes half-bloods so they think of what should be there.
Zeus's weapon, most powerful weapon ever created, causes storms and can destroy anything to rubble.
Poseidon's weapon, has the power to control the sea and earthquakes, second most powerful weapon ever created
Helm of Darkness
Hades's weapon, has the power to turn your nightmares real, to turn its wearer invisible, third most powerful weapon ever created.
Creatures whose songs lure sailors to their deaths. Sing about your most precious desires.
Son of Ares, greatest of all pirates. Owner of the Queen Anne's Revenge.
Queen Anne's Revenge
Ship of Blackbeard, can sail on its own.
Nymphs of the sunset, live in the Garden of the Hesperides.
Garden of the Hesperides
Garden where the Tree of Hesperides resides.
Guardian dragon of the Tree of Hesperides. Son of Typhon and Echidna.
Sea-cow, has the power to overthrow Olympus.
Home of the Titans, opposite of Olympus. Also called the Mountain of Despair.
Tree of Hesperides
Wedding present from Zeus to Hera, bears Golden Apples of Immortality.
Food of the Gods, healing food to half-bloods.
Drink of the Gods, healing drink to half-bloods.
Monster who shoots spines from its tail, takes the image of a lion.
Mortal who can see through the mist. The next oracle.
Son of Hephaestus, boyfriend of Silena. Died in Battle of Manhattan.
Daughter of Aphrodite, girlfriend of Beckendorf. Died in the Battle of Manhattan.
Cruise ship of the Titans.
Winged bat demons.
Man who is forced to never drink and never eat, resides in the fields of punishment.
Father of all monsters, giant monster, almost destroyed the gods, resides in a fiery prison under Mount Etna.
God of Fire, blacksmith of the gods. Ninth Olympian God.
Messenger of the gods, eleventh Olympian God.
Enormous lion with metallic fur that can not be scarred or killed by any weapon o its skin. Son of Typhon and Echidna.
Killing skeleton warriors born from a dragon's teeth planted in the ground. Unstoppable except by the children of Hades or an immortal.
Ferryman across the River Styx. Watches the newly dead and the dead with no payment.
Enormous three-headed guard dog of the Underworld. Son of Typhon and Echidna.
Last letter of the Greek alphabet, used often as symbols in the mythological world.
The power to live forever. Only gods and those worthy of the gods are given this power. The Titans and those older also have this power.
Minotaur, dracaenae, laistrygonians, and hyperboreans are examples. They can be killed, but always grow back. They come from their home world of Tartarus. Disintegrate when hit by Celestial Bronze or Imperial Gold.
Annual summer council meeting of the gods, the time when the gods are most powerful.
Annual winter council meeting of the gods, the time when ancient beings stir.
Annabeth's Yankees cap that turns someone invisible when they put it on.
Security guard of Camp Half-Blood, has eyes everywhere on his body, can see everything. Was created by Hera.
The winged shoes of Hermes that allow him to travel the air.
Greek name Anaklusmos, this sword can change from a pen to a sword by uncapping the cap. Enchanted to return to its owner's pocket when lost.
Hard steel used in making the weapons of Half-Bloods, mined from Mount Olympus itself.
God of the West Wind, answers to Aeolus and Eros.
The Lotus Hotel
Home of the lotus people. Massive hotel and casino free of charge with infinite amount of money game cards.
A spirit of the sea, servants of Poseidon. Fifty of them, children of Nereus.
The Land of the Dead, the Kingdom of Hades.
Man in eternal punishment, forced to roll a boulder up a hill where it rolls down again for all eternity.
The Garden of Persephone
Only garden in the Underworld, belonging to Persephone to keep her namesake as the goddess of Springtime during Fall and Winter.
The Nine Muses
The Muses of music, theater, and entertainment that entertain the gods as the musicians of their parties.
Luke's sword, half celestial bronze, half tempered steel. Harms monsters and mortals both.
Awards to champions, returning quest takers, and victors.
Small monsters that can jump up to fifteen feet. Stinger can pierce clothes and kill in a minute.
The Great Prophecy
Prophecy that defines the end of the world, one of the most powerful prophecies ever.
A riddled message from the Oracle that defines your future. Only the Fates, augurs, and the Oracle can tell you the future.
Statues that come to life, hard to kill. Usually made by Hephaestus or Daedalus.
Fire breathing automaton bulls made by Hephaestus.
Boundary line for monsters. None pass the hill due to the magical shield that keeps them away.
Mental link that connects the thoughts and dreams of a half-blood and satyr. If one dies, the other dies to.
Flesh-eating demon birds with metallic beaks that can strip someone to their bones.
George and Martha
Twin snakes who work for Hermes, intertwine at the tail and live on his appliance.
Horses with a fish tail instead of back legs, lives in the ocean.
Agrius and Oreius
Giant twins, half-bear, half-mortal.
Chain donuts shop for monsters. Has a hydra's heads count out how many stores there are. When someone chops off a head, two more grow back with a new Monster Donut with it.
Fire breathing giant lizard.
Thalia's shield, Medusa's face carved into it, scares away monsters.
Original god of the sun, faded away.
Original goddess of the moon, faded away.
Chariot of Apollo, drives across the World in a day the same way the real sun goes. Originally belonged to Helios.
Powerful area atop Mount Othrys and the Garden of the Hesperides, place where atlas holds the sky which longs to embrace the earth. Area where the sky and earth made love and had the Titans.
Only black pegasus, friend of Percy.
Princess of Crete, dumped by Theseus. Now immortal wife of Dionysius.
The Old Man of the Sea, knows everything, will answer one question to any person who catches him.
Enormous boar of Pan, fought by Heracles. Animal of the wild.
Ancient figures of people, beasts, and objects of great importance. Placed there by the gods themselves.
The Junkyard of the Gods
Area where the gods throw out all the stuff they don't want anymore. Cursed if anything is removed.
Monstrous automaton giant of Hephaestus. Prototype thrown into the Junkyard of the Gods.
Guardian dragon of the Golden Fleece on Half-Blood Hill.
Senior empousai, general of Luke.
Triple G Ranch
The Ranch of Geryon, with many animals, supplies, and products.
Wood nymph, Grover's girlfriend.
Leader of the Council of Cloven Elders.
Member of the Council of Cloven Elders, died in the Battle of Manhattan.
A judge of the Underworld, evil king of Crete. Ghost lord and enemy of Daedalus.
String that navigates through the Labyrinth. Made by Daedalus.
Son of Daedalus, died escaping Crete.
The cattle of the Sun, the sacred cows of Apollo, have red skin.
Two-headed guard dog of Geryon and Eurytion.
Son of Ares, immortal bodyguard of Geryon.
Monster who owns Triple G Ranch. Has three chests. Can't be killed unless all three hearts are hit at the same time.
Half-horse, half-rooster. Lay eggs once a year.
Stables of Aegeas
Stables covered in poop and muck, owned by Geryon and the flesh eating horses of Diomedes.
Nephew of Daedalus, very intelligent. Killed by Daedalus out of jealousy.
Has the head of a woman and the body of a lion. Asks a riddle and eats those who get it wrong.
Sea demons, created Poseidon's trident. Practiced dark magic and were thrown into Tartarus.
Peaceful titan. Exiled to a separate island in the middle of nowhere. Loves all demigods thrust there, but is cursed for they must leave on urgent quests.
Phantom island where Calypso is exiled.
Greek wrestler. Son of Poseidon and Gaea. Cannot be killed on the ground for the earth would heal him.
Son of Nemesis, traded an eye to make a difference in the world.
Term for soul.
A scream of pure terror that causes any enemy to flee. Used by Pan in the Original Titan War.
Half-man, half-fish, warriors of Poseidon.
God of Dolphins.
General of Poseidon.
Immortal wife of Poseidon.
Immortal son and heir of Poseidon.
Creatures, children, and gods of darkness travel this way. It allows the controller to travel from one shadow to the next. Very tiring.
Sally's new husband, English professor of Goode High School.
Door of Orpheus
Straight road to the Underworld, created by Orpheus, a child of the muse, who sang to the earth to create a new entrance to the Underworld.
Musical instrument of Greek musicians. Apollo owns one, as well as Orpheus.
God of Dreams.
Leader of the Furies.
The power to be invincible except for one spot of a person's choosing. Take a dip in the River Styx and choose a location for the weak point.
A River God. A spirit created from a certain river. They are named after the river.
Water money, able to free any location of water of pollution.
Goddess of Plenty.
Titan of Foresight, sees the future. Cares for humanity, made the first humans out of clay. Stole fire from the gods and gave it to the humans, forced to have vultures eat his liver every day as punishment.
Jar of Pandora. Used to release all the evil spirits of humanity. Only hope remained trapped inside.
Blessing of Ares
A red aura that protects any child of Ares worthy enough.
Goddess of Youth, wife of Heracles.
A mission to achieve a goal through the Oracle's prophecy with two to zero companions.
Heroes of Olympus
Percy Jackson, Jason Grace, Annabeth Chase, Frank Zhang, Leo Valdez, Piper McLean, and Hazel Levesque.
Son of Jupiter, can fly and shoot lightning. One of the Heroes of Olympus.
Daughter of Aphrodite, can use charmspeak. One of the Heroes of Olympus.
Son of Hephaestus, can summon fire anywhere on his body. One of the Heroes of Olympus.
Satyr, carries around a bat and is called coach. Violent satyr. Husband of Mellie.
Storm spirits. Can appear as angels or horses. Electric and stormy. Greek term is anemoi thuellai.
Counselor of the Iris Cabin.
Counselor of the Apollo Cabin.
Tyrant daughter of Aphrodite.
Magical knife that can show you visions of the past, present, and future. Used by Helen in the Trojan War.
War with the Titans. Lasted four years. Five titans defeated, one escaped. Many deaths on both sides.
Giant bronze automaton dragon. Has light metal wings. Very powerful, but has corroded brain. Leo's friend.
Home of Chiron, Dionysius, and original Oracle. Important meetings held here.
Live leopard head of Dionysius. Loves snausages.
Senatus Populusque Romanus. The Senate and the People of Rome.
God of Sleep.
Counselor of Hypnos Cabin.
Roman version of Zeus. Most important Roman god. Called the best and the greatest.
Roman version of Hephaestus.
Roman version of Hera. Called the One Who Warns. Wears a goatskin cape.
Roman version of Hypnos. Kills anyone who falls asleep at their job.
Famous actor, father of Piper.
Sons of Gaea, around two dozen. Each born to oppose a certain god. So powerful they radiate their own gravitational pull. Can only be killed by a half-blood and god working together. Father is the spirit of Tartarus.
Giant born to oppose Athena. Resourceful and intelligent. Lives on Mount Diablo. Can breathe fire.
Enormous workshop in the woods for Hephaestus cabin. Where Festus was built.
Patron goddess of Rome, trainer of Roman demigods.
Friendly son of Aphrodite.
Friendly daughter of Aphrodite.
God of the North Wind, answers to Aeolus. Lives in the north. Zethes, Khione, and Calais are his children.
Ox-like immortal son of Boreas. Can't say more than two syllables in one word. Brother of Zethes.
80's-like immortal son of Boreas. Loves pretty girls. Brother of Calais.
Daughter of Boreas, Goddess of ice and snow.
Lord of the Winds, master of Boreas, Notus, Zephyros, and Eurus.
Roman version of Boreas.
King of the Giants, born to oppose Zeus. The most powerful of them all.
Metal of the Romans. Can kill monsters, but not mortals. In Greek times, called Enchanted Gold. First used by Chrysaor.
Evil sorceress. Freed through the Doors of Death. Controls the storm spirits. Old girlfriend of original Jason.
Dragons of Helios, carried the chariot of Medea. Can paralyze someone if they look them in the eye.
Old king. Can turn anything to gold by touching it. Has donkey ears.
Son of Midas, the Reaper of Men. Great sword fighter.
Old king of Arcadia. Cursed by Zeus to become the first werewolf. Leads a pack of shadow wolves.
The wolves of Lycaon. Can only be killed by silver.
Olympian Weather Channel. The channel of Aeolus where Aeolus gives off the gods' requests for weather in certain places every 12 minutes.
Leo's weapon, able to place any small item in an extra-dimensional storage space and remove it whenever wanted. Mostly holds workshop items.
Doors of Death
Doors of Thanatos. When opened, allow ghosts to return from the dead. Move to where ever Thanatos wishes. One part must be in the Underworld, the other in the Mortal World.
Mother Earth. The mother of all evil. Mostly sleeping. Had the Titans, Cyclopes, Hekatonkheires, Giants, and other beings.
Original husband of Gaea. Father of the Titans, Cyclopes, and Hekatonkheires. Also father of Aphrodite. Spirit of the sky itself.
The Earthborn. Six armed clay ogres.
Home of Jack London. Cursed ground. Start of the journey for Roman demigods. Training ground of Lupa.
Wild storm spirit, friend of Jason, electrical horse.
Friendly aura, wife of Hedge.
The true form of the gods, any mortal or half-blood looking at a god in this form will burn.
Snake-haired women. Medusa, Stheno, Euryale.
Grinning gorgon. Has wings and likes Bargain Mart.
Violent gorgon. Has wings and is irritable and hates heroes.
Daughter of Pluto, can control jewels and gems. Makes tunnels move to wherever she wants to go. One of the Heroes of Olympus.
Son of Mars, can change into animals. Has the Blood of Pylos. One of the Heroes of Olympus.
One of the two leaders of Rome. Expert warriors.
Female praetor, excellent warrior. Daughter of Bellona. Can lend certain emotions or qualities among others. Sister of Hylla.
Legion of New Rome, power of lightning. Most powerful legion of them all.
House god. Ancestral spirits of the cohorts. Ghosts of ancient Roman people.
Smaller version of original Rome. Home of the citizens no longer fighting in the army.
Roman camp, safe haven from monsters. Location of New Rome.
Roman currency of the Mythical World.
Argentum and Aurum
Metal greyhounds of Reyna, can tell if someone is lying. One is silver, the other gold. Can appear and disappear at will, can only be called by Reyna.
Cavalry sword for Romans.
Normal fighting sword for Romans.
The Feast of Fortuna
Enormous feast on June 24th. Honors the goddess of Luck. Determines the luck of the entire year.
Groups of roughly 50 Romans. Trained to fight as a team and treat each other as family.
Lare of the Fifth cohort.
Augur of Camp Jupiter. Defines the will of the Gods through the stuffing of stuffed animals.
Ancient books that held the most important prophecies to Rome. Only a few scraps remain. Ella the harpy memorized a copy.
Black metal forged from the banks of the River Styx.
Roman version of Hades, the god of the Underworld and Riches.
Harpoon-like spear used by the Romans to destroy enemies long range.
Light brown pegasus of Reyna.
Roman elephant in kevlar armor. Loves the war games.
Horses with horns on their noses. Horns have magical healing properties.
Roman version of Dionysius.
Standard of the Twelfth Legion. Has the power of the gods. Armed with lightning. Can destroy any monster with its lightning strikes.
God of Medicine. Greek form is Asclepius.
Roman formation where soldiers lock shields in front and above them like a tortoise, protecting them from the enemy.
Roman version of Ares. Second most important Roman god. Called the Avenger.
Lieutenant of Hades, captures ghosts fleeing from the Underworld and closes all new doors to Life. Owns the Doors of Death.
Definer of the will of the Gods. Reads the omens to distinguish the truth of what is to happen in the future.
Ten people of Camp Jupiter who have been there for 5 years. Vote on issues in meetings such as quests and visits from gods or other important news.
City Limits. Border line of New Rome. No weapons allowed across. Guarded by Terminus.
God of Boundaries.
Eldest of the Giants, can only be killed outside of his homeland. Born to oppose Hades. Lives atop Hubbard Glacier.
Prophecy of Seven
What the Greeks call the Great Prophecy, important and deadly, describes the end of the world.
Giant born to oppose Poseidon. Touch turns water to poison and Basalisks drop from his hair.
Magical isle in Resurrection Bay, Alaska. Holds monsters and spirits. The Heart of the World is located here where Alcyoneus was born.
Spirits of grain such as wheat, barley, sorghum.
Roman version of Demeter.
Evil serpents that breath fiery acid. One touch will dissolve anything. Name means little crown. Deathly afraid of weasels.
Spartus warrior in camouflage outfit, works for Mars.
Blind seer, can see the big things in the future. Is plagued by harpies trying to steal his food.
Red feathered harpy that steals from Phineas. Knows the prophecies of the Sibylline Books.
Expert female warriors, guard the Belt of Hippolyta. Men work for them. Sell magical and normal items online.
Powerful horse, son of Neptune and Ceres. Fastest horse in the world, can outrace sound. Likes to cuss a lot. Eats gold for nutrients. Can even run over water and vertical spaces.
Roman goddess of war. Whenever at war, Romans will throw a spear into the garden of the Temple of Bellona.
Old Queen of the Amazons, daughter of Ares.
Queen of the Amazons, sister of Reyna. Worked at Circe's spa.
Black hyena-like winged monsters. Work in teams to snatch their prey. Collect gold items. Hate horses.
Instant memories of the past where the person remembers every thing to the last detail. Only happens to ghosts returning from the dead.
Giant eagles that are used for aerial combat. Can smell demigods and monsters.
Faun of Rome, friend of Hazel.
Roman equivalent of a satyr. Ask for money all the time.
Ship of the Prophecy of Seven, built by Leo. Can fly or sail and shoots ballista with Greek fire. Festus is the masthead.
Latin for Our Sea. What the Romans call the Mediterranean. Ancient waters of the gods filled with old monsters and immortals.
Mark of Athena
Trail of owl symbols leading to the Athena Parthenos.
Roman version of Athena. More warlike and violent. Obsessive over the Mark of Athena.
Goddess of Luck.
Roman version of Tyche.
Nymph cursed to repeat whatever someone says to her.
Cursed boy who fell in love with his own reflection. Broke many hearts.
Nymphs of the god Dionysius. Carry a thyrsus and get drunk. Very powerful at ripping monsters and people to shreds.
Symbol of Dionysius, used in the old war with the giants.
Twin giants born to oppose Dionysius. Live under Rome and try lots of crazy stunts. Have snakes for feet. Names are Ephilates and Otis. Otis loves ballerina.
Possessing spirit of the Underworld. Possess someone can completely control them.
Kalends of July
The first day of July, sacred to Juno.
Roman for the first day of month. Origin of the word calendar.
Old sea god, god of hidden depths. Loves underwater entertainment. Son of Gaea. Walks like a crab.
Goddess of sea monsters, brother of Phorcys. Daughter of Gaea. All sea monsters are her children.
Roman version of Aphrodite.
Roman version of Hermes.
Fish centaurs. Brothers of Chiron. Run mermen camp in the Atlantic. Have fish tails instead of horse bodies. Bythos and Aphros are there names.
Enormous shrimp monster. Child of Keto.
Statue of Athena that stood in the Parthenon. Presumably the giant's bane. Guarded by Arachne in Rome. Stolen long ago by the Romans. Center of hatred for the Greeks and Romans.
Pillars of Hercules
Entrance to the Mediterranean. All demigods must pass a test at the Pillars before continuing beyond. Guarded by Hercules.
Son of Zeus, hated by Hera. Strongest demigod in he world, completed twelve impossible labors. Now a god, husband of Hebe. Guardian of the Pillars of Hercules.
Old river god from Greece. Fought Hercules for the hand of Deianira. Looks like a bull with a human face. Horns are cornucopias.
Magical horn that releases of flood of food and drinks, depending on the occasion or what the person blowing it wants.
Pirates that are a mix of dolphin and man, dangerous warriors. work for Chrysaor. Fear nothing except Dionysius.
Son of Medusa and Poseidon, brother of Pegasus. Dangerous warrior that wears golden armor. Known as the Golden Sword. Uses Enchanted Gold, an old form of Imperial Gold. Pirate and villain of the Mediterranean.
Mother of Romulus and Remus, wife of Tiberius.
God of the River Tiber, husband of Rhea Silvia.
Roman god of warriors, the legion,, the empire. Came from another country so was not truly Roman. Rose from stone with a knife and torch, his sacred symbols. Killed the sacred bull with his knife.
Old Lares trapped in a cavern. They have seven passages with the pater at the top and the raven at the bottom. Handle the ordeals to kill the children of Athena.
Girl cursed by Athena. Was an excellent weaver, but ridiculed the gods. Cursed to become a spider. Guardian of the Athena Parthenos. Ruler of all spiders.
Greatest son of Hephaestus. Designed war machines, water pumps. As great as Daedalus. Was killed by the invading Romans.
Shrine to nymphs to grant water in that area.
Set under the coliseum. Held all the set pieces and machinery used to create special effects.
Mountain gods. Spirits of individual mountains. Children of Gaea. Numina Montanum in Latin.
House of Hades
Old temple of Hades, where people came to worship the dead. Is a maze of catacombs. Also called the Necromanteion.
Old witch with personal hygiene and digestive issues. Was turned into a polecat by Hecate.
Former queen of Troy. Was turned into a Labrador by Hecate.
Feast of Spes
The Day of Hope, the Kalends of August. Feast of Hope.
Roman version of Elpis.
Giant born to oppose Hecate. Consumes all magic, wraps himself in shadows. Lives in the House of Hades.
River of Lamentation. Made of pure misery. Causes one to remember and feel all the misery of their life.
River of Fire. Made of pure flames. Must be drunk in order to survive in fiery wastelands. Also used to punish the wicked.
Goddess of Victory, servant of Athena. Extremely competitive.
Akmon and Passalos. Dwarfs that are quick and steal a lot of shiny stuff.
Angry ghost. Hang around a lot in Italian cities.
Cow-like monsters that eat poisonous plants. Have poisonous breath and are always looking down.
God of farming. Has a chariot driven by two pythons. Servant of Demeter, helped her find Persephone when she was taken by Hades.
Mist of Akhlys, gives you the form of the Walking Dead. Unnoticeable from monsters, Titans, or Giants.
Monsters born from a dying man or creature's last curse. Whoever kills an arai receives the curse onto themselves.
Evil archer who traps people with his pet giant turtle. Robs people and says for them to ash his feet. When distracted, kicks them off and turtle swallows them.
Birthed the Minotaur, wife of Minos, she fell in love with the Cretan Bull. Blamed and shunned, turned into evil witch.
Object said to raise an army of dead Roman legionnaires. Only a child of Hades can hold it and only a Praetor of Rome could control them.
Roman version of Zephyros.
God of Love, son of Aphrodite. Shoots the arrows of love.
Roman version of Eros.
Nasty reptile with powerful eyes and hard skin. From Ethiopia.
Oldest and most dangerous of all drakons. Can only be killed by a child of Ares or Mars. Shoots boiling acid.
Beautiful drakon, from Turkey. Cursed to always be killed by Damasen.
Giant born to oppose Ares. Peaceful and agricultural. Cursed to live in Tartarus and fight the Maeonian Drakon every day.
Goddess of Misery and Poison. Daughter of Chaos and Night. Controls the Death Mist.
Spirit of chaos itself, beginning of everything. Husband of Night. Created Gaea, Ouranos, Tartarus, and Pontus.
Goddess of Night, wife of Chaos itself. Is carried by the dark horses Shade and Shadow. Mother of Hemera, arai, Akhlys, the Fates, Hecate, Eris, Geras, Hypnos, Thanatos. Stays the day in Tartarus and travels to the mortal world during the night.
Goddess of Day, daughter of Nyx, goes to the mortal world in the day, stays the night in Tartarus.
Goddess of Pain and Strife.
Goddess of Old Age.
Mansion of Night
Home of Nyx. Shortcut to the Heart of Tartarus. Bordered by the River Acheron. No mortal can look inside it and live.
Heart of Tartarus
Where all things are drawn in Tartarus, where the monsters and immortals escape to the mortal world. Where the five rivers connect.
The River of Pain. Ultimate punishment for the souls of the Damned. Screams at all the pain of someone.
God of the South Wind. Answers to Aeolus.
Roman version of Notus.
Titan of the North. Titan of the prophecy. Lives in the North Pole. Has glimpses of the future.
Acheron, the River of Pain, Cocytus, the River of Lamentation, Lethe, the River of Forgetting, Phlegethon, the River of Fire, Styx, the River of Solemn Oaths.
Blood of Olympus
The blood of a male and female hero of Olympus, used to wake Gaea fully.
Sacred goat of Zeus. Nursed and cared for Zeus when he was a baby. Has multiple drink choices from its udder. Hide was used to create Aegis.
Monster that mimics its prey to lure them in. Cannot be killed by any sort of metal.
Fire-breathing giant. Obsessed with stealing and then selling things.
The staff and symbol of Hermes. George and Martha live here. Can switch to many different modes such as cell-phone or laser-mode.
Walking table, servant of Leo. Carries important objects for Leo and operates on dangerous assignments. Hates being polished with Windex.
Horrible monster, courted by Zeus and punished by Hera. Daughter of Hecate. Made the magic that allowed all monsters to smell demigods.
Giant blood-red ants that horde treasure in their hill.
Metallic birds with black feathers that shoot like arrows. Guard the Temple of Ares. Attack in swarms.
Cup-bearer of the gods.
Goddess of Ghosts. Face reflects the face of a loved one that died. Lives in the Underworld.
God of Sea-Storms, brother of Phorcys and Keto. Son of Gaea and Pontus. Ruler of the Aegean Sea.
Gaea's second husband, the spirit of the sea. Father of Phorcys, Keto, Nereus, and Aigaios.
Golden blood of the immortals.
Roman version of Artemis.
Roman version of Kronos.
Daughter of the Titan Koios. Mother of Artemis and Apollo, goddess of Motherhood.
Roman version of Persephone.
Roman version of Hestia.
Elder nymph, cared for Zeus as a baby. Lives in Rome with her eight sisters.
Shops created by children of Hermes. Tied to the life force of a monster, usually a hydra. New one pops up every time another hydra head grows.
Two species of horses bred for war. One eats meat and hates baths. The other breathes fire.
Olympic sport. Wrestling and boxing combined. No rules and no holds barred.
Goddess of Hope, last spirit of Pandora's Pithos. Still trapped inside.
Greek war ship with oars and masthead.
Greatest mortal hero, was invincible except for his heel. Killed in the Trojan War.
Two vials of blood. One from the right arm can cure anything. The one from the left kills painfully.
Golden automaton singer of Apollo. Great musician.
Staff of Serapis
Three-headed staff of the god Serapis. Wolf, lion, and dog. The wolf represents the past, the lion represents the present, and the dog represents the future.
God created by Ptolemy. Ultimate Greek and Egyptian God. Controls both Greeks and Egyptians. Holds the Staff of Serapis.
The Keys of Hades
The Keys of life and death. They unlock anyone from death's hold or could kill anyone.
Dark-winged death demons which haunted the battlefields of men and fed on the blood of dying men. They were pale ugly hags with clawed hands and gnashing teeth. Caused disease and pestilence in a scratch or bite.
Roman general who defended Roman bridge from Barbarian invasion and gave the Romans enough time to complete the defenses. He saved the Republic.
Blood of Pylos
Ancient blood that was passed on from Argonaut descendant of Poseidon Periclymenus, Roman and Chinese warrior Seneca Gracchus or Sung Guo, Chinese explorer Xu Fu, and demigod Frank. The blood contained the gift of shifting form to that of an animal or monster.
The God of Air, son of Nyx.
An island in Greece that was home to Odysseus and Penelope.
Where the baths took place in Rome. Greatest baths in history.
The ability to use one's voice as a weapon, powerful sorcery. Can have someone do something against their will.
B-List princes from across Greece who wanted to marry Penelope and take over the kingdom of Ithaca when Odysseus went missing after the Trojan War. Refused to leave the palace until Penelope married one of them. Odysseus returned and slaughtered them all.
King of Ithaca, fought in the Trojan War. Husband of Penelope, father of Telemachus. Came up with Trojan Horse, went lost after Trojan War and was trapped on Ogygia. Returned home after twenty years.
Flesh eating dead spirit brought back by a desire. Has wounds and injuries displayed across body.
Leader of the Suitors, killed by Odysseus with an arrow in his throat.
One of the suitors killed by Odysseus.
Athenian tyrant who was deposed and sided with Persians to attack his countrymen.
Carthaginian with grudge against Rome.
Former praetor of Rome, led doomed Alaskan expedition that was wiped out.
Mother of Thalia and Jason. Killed in car accident, went insane from lack of attention from Zeus.
A spirit of insanity. The remains of a human that has withered away until only the worst qualities remain.
Roman city that was destroyed by the Mount Vesuvius eruption, covering the city in ash.
Hill that holds all of the temples of the gods in New Rome.
Centurion of the First Cohort. Son of Venus, powerful warrior with enormous muscles.
Standard bearer of the Twelfth Legion.
Son of Orcus, killed his centurion and led a crime spree in New Rome, was banished due to his crimes.
Underworld god of eternal punishment and broken vows.
Roman term for Greeks. Usually used as an insult.
Spirits that reclaim bodies of earth as their home.
Roman goddess of victory and success in battle.
Metal spirits of victory that work for Nike.
Archimedes Death Ray
Laser that hits off celestial bronze mirrors.
Designed by Hephaestus to catch Aphrodite and Ares together. Anything trapped withing can't get out again unless owner releases them.
Potion that can bring back the dead. Made from the poison of Pylos, the chained god's heartbeat in Sparta, and the curse of Delos.
Counselor of Hecate Cabin, controls the Mist.
Counselor of Demeter Cabin.
Giant born to oppose Artemis and Apollo. Hunter of the Giants. Eyes were blinded, but rebuilt by Hephaestus. Used to be friends with Artemis.
Poison of Pylos
Pylosian mint, grown from the blood of a dying nymph.
A fortified area located at the top of a hill that served as a place to escape in case of attack and sometimes as a religious center.
Temple of Athena in the Athenian Acropolis which held the Athena Parthenos.
Giant born to oppose Hermes, messenger of the Giants.
Giant born to oppose Hephaestus. Plans break, machines disable, data is lost, maps are misread and nothing goes right in his presence.
Daughter of Porphyrion.
Old Giant born to oppose the Fates.
Spirits of battle and combat.
The Temple of Fear
Temple of Phobos and Deimos in Sparta. Had a statue of the god Ares chained with makhai. Three stone dragons guard the entrance. Spartans came to prepare for battle and to face their fear.
General of the storm spirits.
Goddess of Violent sea storms. Daughter of Poseidon, wife of Briares.
High priest to the gods. Oversees all proper ceremonies to the gods.
Amazon general under Hylla. Daughter of a nymph.
Leader of the Hunters of Artemis under Zoe and Thalia.
The immortal lord of horses. The first pegasus born from Medusa. Is the fastest and most powerful horse. When he is hurt, all horses are hurt as well.
Birthplace of Artemis and Apollo. Used to be a floating island where Leto gave birth to the twins.
Great serpent that chased Leto across the world when she was pregnant. Apollo killed it later.
Ancient city of the Oracles of Apollo. The city where all the original prophecies came from. Home to Apollo.
Curse of Delos
A yellow daisy from Delos that can only be picked by Artemis or Apollo for the power to work. Were grown from the moment the island became rooted to the ground.
Enormous catapults with enough firepower to wipe out a valley.
Tribal dog-headed man.
Goddess of Good Hygiene, daughter of Asclepius.
Greek god of medicine and healing. Son of Apollo.
A great honor bestowed on someone with a deep bond with a horse.
Centurion of Fourth Cohort, daughter of Ceres.
Centurion of Fifth Cohort, son of Bacchus.
Cloak taken from the hide of Amaltheia. Invulnerability is granted to the wearer of the cloak. Explosions, weapons, or other cannot pierce the cloak.
Leader of the gemini. Founder of Athens who judged the dispute between Athena and Poseidon.
A race of half-humans, half-snakes. The original Athenians. Live in the ancient caverns under the acropolis.
Temple to both Athena and Poseidon in the Athenian acropolis.
Dead french zombie racer. Chauffeur of Nico.
Son of Hermes
Giant ant hill at Camp Half-Blood. Home to the Myrmekes. Contains more gold than Fort Knox.
Twenty cabins of Camp Half-Blood where each cabin represents a God. The children of the certain God sleep in the God's cabin.
Cabin One of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Zeus. Has a large statue of Zeus inside and a large balcony at the back. Looks like a bank from the outside. Thunders all the time. Counselor is Jason Grace.
Cabin Two of Camp Half-Blood. Like Cabin One except more graceful. Has large statue of Hera. Honorary cabin as Hera has no children.
Cabin Three of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Poseidon. Made from rough sea stone and coral with sea breeze. Sea water fountain in center. Bronze hippocampi are on the ceiling. Counselor is Percy Jackson.
Cabin Four of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Demeter. Covered in plants, flowers, and grass. Counselors are Katie and Miranda Gardner.
Cabin Five of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Ares. Badly painted red with stuffed boar head. Barbed wire on the roof and land mines. Counselor is Clarisse La Rue.
Cabin Six of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Athena. Gray building with white curtains and owl design. Devoted to maps, desks, weapons, and various projects. Beds are shoved against the wall as if sleep wasn't important. Counselor is Annabeth Chase. Best strategists at camp.
Cabin Seven of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Apollo. Glows gold in the day. Counselor is Will Solace. Best archers at camp.
Cabin Eight of Camp Half-Blood. Honorary cabin as Artemis doesn't have children, but Hunters of Artemis use it whenever they need to. Glows silver at night. Counselor is Thalia Grace.
Cabin Nine of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Hephaestus. Like a small factory with smokestacks and forges. Beds have a digital control panel and can retract inside the building. Workbenches overflow with machine parts. Counselor is Leo Valdez. Best blacksmiths and forgers at camp.
Cabin Ten of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Aphrodite. Has a painted blue roof and checkerboard deck. Smells strongly of perfume. Cabin is mostly clean with divided space for each person. Counselor is Piper McLean.
Cabin Eleven of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Hermes. Looks like a real summer cabin. Caduceus over door and in bad shape. Counselors are Connor and Travis Stoll. Thieves and burglars, constantly play pranks.
Cabin Twelve of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Dionysus. Roof and walls lined with grape vines. Counselor is Pollux.
Cabin Thirteen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Hades. Windowless cabin of obsidian. Glowing green torches in front that burn all day and night. Has skull over door. Counselor is Nico di Angelo.
Cabin Fourteen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Iris. Counselor is Butch.
Cabin Fifteen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Hypnos. Old-fashioned prairie house. Branch of poplar tree dipped in River Lethe hangs over fireplace. Being in there makes people fall asleep. Known as dream central, as anyone with important dreams pass through there. Counselor is Clovis. Constantly asleep.
Cabin Sixteen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Nemesis. Has broken wheel over door.
Cabin Seventeen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Nike. Super competitive.
Cabin Eighteen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Hebe.
Cabin Nineteen of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Tyche.
Cabin Twenty of Camp Half-Blood. Home to the children of Hecate. Built from stones with magical inscriptions on them. Counselor is Lou Ellen. Work with magical spells and items.
Capture the Flag
Game at Camp Half-Blood where two cabins have the banners. Each team hides banner on their territory. Can win support from other cabins through chores and showers. One side is blue, other is red. Whichever cabin captures opposing team's banner, banner changes to their cabin.
Titan of Clear Sight. Loves sparkly stuff. Gave precious metals their shine. Wife of Hyperion.
Titan of Natural Law and Fairness. Very wise and clear headed. Had a natural sense of right and wrong.
Nursemaid of the whole world. Loved water in any shape. Wife of Oceanus.
Lived in the pool of the Oracle of Delphi. Could tell the future in a bright, positive way. Wife of Koios.
Titan of Memory. Remembered everything
Titan of Motherhood. Adored babied and helped during childbirth. Sacred animal was the lion. Wife of Kronos. Mother of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Demeter, and Hestia.
Titan of Fame. Daughter of Oceanus and Tethys. Wife of Iapetus.
Primitive warriors with extremely loud voices. Covered Zeus's crying as a baby.
Birthplace of Zeus.
One of the nine nymphs to take care of Zeus as a baby.
One of the three Elder Cyclopes who forged the Lightning bolt, Trident, and Helm of Darkness. Brother of Arges and Steropes.
One of the three Elder Cyclopes who forged the Lightning bolt, Trident, and Helm of Darkness. Brother of Steropes and Brontes.
One of the three Elder Cyclopes who forged the Lightning bolt, Trident, and Helm of Darkness. Brother of Brontes and Arges.
One of the Hundred-Handed-Ones. Brother of Briares and Gyes. Faded away.
One of the Hundred-Handed-Ones. Brother of Briares and Kottos.
Island that holds the workshop of the Elder Cylopes.
Titan of Good Advice and Planning. Helped others with their problems. Daughter of Oceanus.
Spirits of the Seasons.
Captain of the Argo. Leader of the Argonauts. Went on quest for Golden Fleece.
Spirits of Love under Eros and Aphrodite.
Titan daughter of Atlas. Mother of Hermes.
Three divine sisters in charge of grace and pleasure. Served as Aphrodite's handmaidens.
Spirits of hot springs and geysers.
Former Hunter of Artemis. Became pregnant under Zeus. Was transformed into a bear and later became constellation Ursa Major.
Golden hind, sacred to Artemis. Only of five powerful deer to escape the trap of Artemis. Others used for Moon Chariot.
Enormous boar of Calydonia. Sent by Artemis. Started the greatest boar hunt.
Snake of Asclepius. Brews all important medicines.
River nymph that was Zeus's lover. Was turned into a cow by Hera and guarded by Argus. Later rescued by Hermes.