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PostSubject: What's Happened so Far   Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:56 am

1930s - 1940s

BIANCA, NICO, & HADES

Hades met and had two children (something rare among gods) with the same mortal woman in the 1930s. The di Angelos moved from Italy to Washington D.C. at the beginning of World War II. Zeus tried to kill them and struck the hotel with lightning killing Maria di Angelo whom Hades couldn't get to in time but had been able to sheild his children. Hades had them dipped in the River Lethe, which would erase their memories. They were told their parents were dead and had a trust fund which paid for the schooling etc. Things were fine until one of Hades' previous children Adolf Hitler decided to try and rule the world. Because their children were always too powerful and shaped human history, Hades, Poseidon, and Zeus made a pact to have no more children. Especially after a prophecy was given that a child of theirs would either destroy or save Olympus. Hades hoping that one of his children would be the one from the prophecy, had one of his fury's in disguise lead Bianca and Nico to the Lotus Hotel.

1994-2004

TOBIAS & ALEXEI

Tobias was born along with his twin Alexei. Being children of Zeus, they would draw in monsters at an earlier age than the other demigods of the Olympians; doubly so with two children in proximity to each other. For their safety, they were split up and given to two different families and were raised completely opposite of the other. Both however shared a destiny that they lost their adoptive parents while young to be raised by others. Zeus was forced to claim Tobias by Hera when Tobias was a toddler when it was noticeable that he was different then the other demigods. He unlike the others was more like the seers but instead of seeing the future, he could hear the gods talking in his head and feel their presence more than other demigods and skilled mortals could. Fearing that some would try and twist the boy's gift, was what spurned Hera into dangerous territory and forcing her husband to claim Tobias by threatening to claim him herself and upsetting the Olympain hierarchy.

When Tobias was a toddler he was introduced to the 'voices in his head'. Among them was his half-brother Ares who didn't treat him like everyone else did; as if he was a freak, special, or fragile like he would break. It was the god of war who seemed to spend the most time with him despite his vehemence hatred of all mortal children of Zeus. They bonded in their own way to where Ares would 'kidnap' Tobias from the Buddhist temple and his monk guardians for a day or so. As a treat he gave the boy dark chocolate and only once got Tobias on a sugar high and let him loose on the monks. It was something that amused Ares and corrupted the 'pureness' of his monk training.

Alexei was raised by his mortal adoptive brother after their parents were killed by monsters sent by Hades to kill the child of Zeus. He stayed with his brother until an attack at a shopping district when he was ten years old forced the satyr that had been watching him to act. It was explained to him that he was a demigod but any suspicions that he was a child of the 'Big Three' was kept mum. While the boy was at camp he was watched closely but as of yet, Zeus has not claimed him nor has he shown any of the typical characteristic traits of the children of Zeus.

2008

LUKE, THALIA, HALCYON, ANNABETH, & GROVER

Luke Castellan who'd been on his own for awhile met Thanlia Grace in a dragon's cave in L.A. after she had followed Zeus' sacred goat, Amaltheia, there. Together they teamed up to fight the dragon and stuck together. They had traveled across the United States, battling monsters, fending for themselves, until, one morning, they had reached Richmond, Virginia, where once again, Thalia was in pursuit of Amaltheia. Luke seemed to have a crush on Thalia and just couldn't tell her no, even though he knew it was against his better judgement. The goat directed them to an old mansion and once inside (Luke's handiwork) they discovered it was a deadly trap. They met Halcyon Green, a demigod son of Apollo, who had been imprisoned inside the mansion, unable to speak, because he had saved a girl's life in his youth, with his abilities to see into the future, incurring the wrath of the gods. A part of Hal's curse was also to bring in demigods to be eaten by three leucrotae who feed at sunset. Luke was angered that the gods would do this to Hal and wanted to find a way to rescue him and Thalia. Hal told them that every demigod thought that at first, that they could escape, but soon realized it wasn't possible. Hal told them of a treasure that was in the mansion, assuming they came there for it, but they hadn't. They went after it anyways. Luke was magically able to break the lock, and Thalia was able to claim the Aegis bracelet as a sign from Zeus as he had a shield very similar.  

They were running out of time and ways of defeating the leucrotae until Luke discovered they could make Greek Fire, after hours of searching the Internet with no solution. Within the hour, they had created the Greek Fire from different ingredients and some lightning. Hal decided that he would sacrifice himself to give them time to escape, as he may have foreseen. But before he did, Hal had predicted Luke's dark future but left him vague answers when questioned about it. Luke didn't know what he meant, but was disturbed from what he said. Hal also gave Luke his personal diary and a dagger and made Luke promise that he would learn from his mistakes and not be pushed around by the gods. Thus, by making this promise, Luke made the first step towards his ultimate betrayal of the gods and allegiance to the Titans.

When the leucrotae attacked, Hal used the Greek Fire to cause an explosion, which killed himself and two of the monsters. One leucrota escaped, but barely, which surprised Luke, but Thalia was able to use the bracelet to summon Aegis and scare the monster away, giving them enough to reach the doors, just as the mansion completely exploded. They got away quickly, cleaning up in the local restrooms, and resting before Luke sensed a presence in a nearby alley.

It was in that alley, the two met Annabeth Chase, a plucky blonde-haired seven year old. Luke admired her courage, and gave her his knife, promising that he wouldn't fail her like her family had. The three of them stayed in different safe houses for protection and shelter, but when their nearest one was destroyed, and Thalia had an injured leg. Luke was forced to return to his home for supplies. The three of them met May Castellan, Luke's mother, and Hermes, Luke's father. As May bandages Thalia's injured leg, Luke and Hermes got into an argument, causing Luke to storm out of the house with Annabeth and Thalia following not too far behind. According to Thalia, Luke began to act like he had something to prove after that moment. They got into more skirmishes because of his recklessness, fighting more monsters, and  they ran into the Hunters. They asked Thalia to join, and she refused, saying she couldn't leave Luke. Zoë Nightshade, Artemis' lieutenant hauntingly told her that she was being stupid, that Luke would betray her, that he would let her down someday (which would later come true) and that caused Thalia to resent and dislike the Hunters, as she did not believe them.

Eventually, a saytr named Grover Underwood found them. Together, the quartet began to travel to Camp Half-Blood but were chased by monsters sent by Hades, because he was enraged that Zeus had broken their pact of the Big Three once again, by siring Thalia. According to Annabeth, the real reason that Thalia died was because they ran into a Cyclops, who split them up inside a mansion, and used a loved one's voice to lure each person into a trap. When Annabeth found them, Luke, Thalia and Grover were tied up and hanging from the ceiling. The Cyclops used a variety of hr friends' voices to lure Annabeth out into the open, and upon finally locating her, used her father's voice to lure her to her death. Annabeth then stabbed the Cyclops in the foot, and untied Thalia, who took it from there. However, the Cyclops had slowed them down enough for a pack of hellhounds and all three Furies to catch up to them. Upon reaching the Camp Half-Blood border, Hal's first prediction came true, as Thalia chose to sacrifice herself so that Luke, Grover, and Annabeth could get into camp without being killed by the monsters that were hot on their trail. As Thalia was dying, being surrounded by monsters, Zeus took pity on her and turned her into a pine tree to keep her out of the realm of Hades. From that point on, Luke lived at camp all year round, all the while slowly falling into darkness, angry at the gods.
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PostSubject: Re: What's Happened so Far   Mon Jun 15, 2015 11:45 am

2008 - 2009

LUKE

Luke was offered a quest by his father Hermes: to seek a Golden Apple at the Garden of Hesperides from the tree. He was honored by this offer, but eventually began to question it, as it was done before by Hercules, and he didn't want to do a quest someone had already done. He went on this journey, but failed and was scratched (and given the scar on his face) by the dragon guarding the tree, Ladon. He returned to the camp and according to his words, was treated with "pity" by the campers. It was then that he began to hold a grudge against Olympus and his father, Hermes, who he felt didn't love him. He wanted to tear Olympus down, stone by stone at that point. Luke apparently was able to injure Ladon and steal a claw; he has since kept the Ladon's claw in the Big House attic. He bided his time of revenge and began to dream of Kronos.

He was later contacted in his sleep by Kronos, Lord of the Titans. The nature of this encounter is unknown, but he was convinced to join Kronos' cause out of a desire for revenge. He was assigned to steal the Master Bolt, Zeus' primary weapon, and the Helm of Darkness, Hades' godly weapon, in order to start a war between the gods.

On a camp field trip to Mount Olympus he made his move. While the other campers and counselors were asleep he entered the throne room and was able to steal the Master Bolt and the Helm of Darkness. The gods believed that no one would ever dare steal their symbols of power, so they left them by their thrones. They later discovered the theft and went to search for the thief. The Furies went to work searching for Hades, while Zeus sent out his best trackers, Artemis, Ares and Athena. Ares found Luke and fought with him to get the bolt back. According to Luke, he would have won, but underestimated his opponent and was outmatched. However, he managed to save himself by speaking in Kronos' words that if the Master Bolt was successfully stolen, there would be a full-scale war. Ares was awed by this, as he was the god of war, and spared Luke, but took the Bolt and the Helm with him. It is presumable that Ares was dreaming of Kronos, although unknown from before or after Luke's conversation with him. Luke then managed to make it safely back to Mount Olympus before anyone noticed his absence.

Although Luke succeeded in his mission, his failure to defeat Ares cost him dearly. Kronos punished him with nightmares, and Luke swore never to fail the malevolent Titan again. This would also cause him to fear Kronos greatly for many of his later years.

Luke was told in a dream from Kronos that another camper would be coming to Camp Half-Blood, one who would willingly (but not knowing) take the stolen weapons of the gods down to Tartarus, therefore ensuring that there would be a war. Luke remembers this and finds this camper in the form of Percy Jackson.

2010
-THE LIGHTNING THIEF -


PERCY, LUKE, ANNABETH, & GROVER

In New York City, Zeus and Poseidon meet at the top of the Empire State Building, where Zeus reveals that his master lightning bolt has been stolen and accuses Poseidon's demigod son, Percy Jackson, of the theft. Poseidon reminds him that Percy is unaware of his true identity, but Zeus declares that unless his master bolt is returned to Mount Olympus before the summer solstice, in two weeks' time, war will be waged between all the gods.

Percy is a boy who appears to be dyslexic, but has a unique ability to stay underwater for a long time. While on a school trip to the local museum, Percy is attacked by a Fury disguised as his substitute teacher, who demands 'where is it?'. Percy's best friend, Grover Underwood, and his Latin teacher, Mr. Brunner — both of whom appear disabled — help Percy and scare off the Fury using a pen from Mr. Brunner. Grover tells Percy to use the pen, and Percy discovers that it is a sword. Upon learning of the Fury's reason for the attack, Mr. Brunner has Grover take Percy and his mother Sally to Camp Half-Blood, leaving behind Sally's abusive husband Gabe Ugliano. However, the three are attacked by a minotaur that appears to kill Sally, who is unable to enter the camp. He uses his sword to fight the Minotaur, without initial success. Percy kills the Minotaur with its own horn, then faints from shock.

Three days later, Percy wakes up in the camp. He learns that he is the son of Poseidon, that Grover is a disguised satyr and his protector, and that Mr. Brunner is the centaur Chiron, also initially disguised. Chiron suggests that Percy go to Mount Olympus to convince Zeus of his innocence. Percy begins training to use his demigod powers, which include water manipulation and using water to heal. He also meets other demigods, including Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena; and Luke Castellan, son of Hermes. After winning a Capture the Flag game, Percy is visited by a fiery apparition of his uncle Hades, who reveals that Sally is with him in the Underworld and that he will return her safely if Percy hands over what he wants. Defying Chiron's orders, Percy decides to go to the Underworld, joined by Grover and Annabeth.They visit Luke, who gives them a map showing the location of three pearls belonging to Hades' wife, Persephone, which they can use to escape the Underworld. They are also given a pair of winged sneakers Luke stole from his father and a shield Luke describes as his favorite.

The trio heads out, locating the first pearl at an old garden center but encountering Medusa, who tries to kill them until decapitated by Percy; her head is taken with them for later use. They locate the second pearl in the Parthenon in Nashville; Percy uses the winged shoes to take it from a statue of Athena. However, they are then confronted by the Hydra, which Grover petrifies using Medusa's head. The third pearl is located at the Lotus Casino in Las Vegas, where the three eat lotus flowers and forget their reason for being there. They stay in the casino for five days until Poseidon speaks in Percy's mind, helping Percy return to his senses. Percy frees Grover and Annabeth from the effects of the flowers and they flee, discovering that the casino is run by the Lotus-Eaters, and they had been keeping people captive since ancient times. With all three pearls in their possession, Percy, Grover, and Annabeth head into the Underworld, the portal to which is located in Hollywood.

In the Underworld, they meet Hades. Though Percy tells Hades that he does not have the Helm or lightning bolt, Hades finds the bolt hidden inside Luke's shield, revealing that Luke is the lightning thief. Because they only have three pearls, Sally remains with in the Underworld with Annabeth and Grover promising to help Percy get his mom back. Percy, Annabeth, and Grover teleport to the beach where Percy fights Ares for the Helm of Darkness. Ares doesn't kill Percy because a 'dark force' stopped him (meaning Kronos who still thinks Percy can be useful). He gives Percy the Helm of Darkness which Percy tosses to the Fury to tell Hades Percy didn't steal it.

Despite the danger, Percy and co fly in a plane to New York and hurry to the Empire State Building but are attacked by Luke, who wants to destroy Mount Olympus to secure the demigods' place as the new rulers of the gods. After a fight across Manhattan, Percy defeats Luke and returns the lightning bolt to Zeus, who forgives Percy and allows Poseidon to briefly speak with his son. Hades in accordance with his deal to Percy, gave back his mother since he received the Helm in return.

Gabe is kicked out of the apartment. He decides to get a beer but finds a note from Percy saying that he should not open the refrigerator. Gabe breaks the lock anyway and is petrified by the Medusa's head.
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PostSubject: Re: What's Happened so Far   Mon Jun 15, 2015 11:46 am

2011

Grover after getting his searchers permit is now off on his quest to try and find Pan.
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PostSubject: Re: What's Happened so Far   Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:12 pm

2009-2010

LUKE

Luke was offered a quest by his father Hermes: to seek a Golden Apple at the Garden of Hesperides from the tree. He was honored by this offer, but eventually began to question it, as it was done before by Hercules, and he didn't want to do a quest someone had already done. He went on this journey, but failed and was scratched (and given the scar on his face) by the dragon guarding the tree, Ladon. He returned to the camp and according to his words, was treated with "pity" by the campers. It was then that he began to hold a grudge against Olympus and his father, Hermes, who he felt didn't love him. He wanted to tear Olympus down, stone by stone at that point. Luke apparently was able to injure Ladon and steal a claw; he has since kept the Ladon's claw in the Big House attic. He bided his time of revenge and began to dream of Kronos.

He was later contacted in his sleep by Kronos, Lord of the Titans. The nature of this encounter is unknown, but he was convinced to join Kronos' cause out of a desire for revenge. He was assigned to steal the Master Bolt, Zeus' primary weapon, and the Helm of Darkness, Hades' godly weapon, in order to start a war between the gods.

On a camp field trip to Mount Olympus he made his move. While the other campers and counselors were asleep he entered the throne room and was able to steal the Master Bolt and the Helm of Darkness. The gods believed that no one would ever dare steal their symbols of power, so they left them by their thrones. They later discovered the theft and went to search for the thief. The Furies went to work searching for Hades, while Zeus sent out his best trackers, Artemis, Ares and Athena. Ares found Luke and fought with him to get the bolt back. According to Luke, he would have won, but underestimated his opponent and was outmatched. However, he managed to save himself by speaking in Kronos' words that if the Master Bolt was successfully stolen, there would be a full-scale war. Ares was awed by this, as he was the god of war, and spared Luke, but took the Bolt and the Helm with him. It is presumable that Ares was dreaming of Kronos, although unknown from before or after Luke's conversation with him. Luke then managed to make it safely back to Mount Olympus before anyone noticed his absence.

Although Luke succeeded in his mission, his failure to defeat Ares cost him dearly. Kronos punished him with nightmares, and Luke swore never to fail the malevolent Titan again. This would also cause him to fear Kronos greatly for many of his later years. Luke was told in a dream from Kronos that another camper would be coming to Camp Half-Blood, one who would willingly (but not knowing) take the stolen weapons of the gods down to Tartarus, therefore ensuring that there would be a war. Luke remembers this and finds this camper in the form of Percy Jackson.

2011
-THE LIGHTNING THIEF -


PERCY, LUKE, ANNABETH, & GROVER

In New York City, Zeus and Poseidon meet at the top of the Empire State Building, where Zeus reveals that his master lightning bolt has been stolen and accuses Poseidon's demigod son, Percy Jackson, of the theft. Poseidon reminds him that Percy is unaware of his true identity, but Zeus declares that unless his master bolt is returned to Mount Olympus before the summer solstice, in two weeks' time, war will be waged between all the gods.

Percy is a boy who appears to be dyslexic, but has a unique ability to stay underwater for a long time. While on a school trip to the local museum, Percy is attacked by a Fury disguised as his substitute teacher, who demands 'where is it?'. Percy's best friend, Grover Underwood, and his Latin teacher, Mr. Brunner — both of whom appear disabled — help Percy and scare off the Fury using a pen from Mr. Brunner. Grover tells Percy to use the pen, and Percy discovers that it is a sword. Upon learning of the Fury's reason for the attack, Mr. Brunner has Grover take Percy and his mother Sally to Camp Half-Blood, leaving behind Sally's abusive husband Gabe Ugliano. However, the three are attacked by a minotaur that appears to kill Sally, who is unable to enter the camp. He uses his sword to fight the Minotaur, without initial success. Percy kills the Minotaur with its own horn, then faints from shock.

Three days later, Percy wakes up in the camp. He learns that he is the son of Poseidon, that Grover is a disguised satyr and his protector, and that Mr. Brunner is the centaur Chiron, also initially disguised. Chiron suggests that Percy go to Mount Olympus to convince Zeus of his innocence. Percy begins training to use his demigod powers, which include water manipulation and using water to heal. He also meets other demigods, including Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena; and Luke Castellan, son of Hermes. After winning a Capture the Flag game, Percy is visited by a fiery apparition of his uncle Hades, who reveals that Sally is with him in the Underworld and that he will return her safely if Percy hands over what he wants. After a visit to the Oracle in the attic of the Big House, Percy, Annabeth, and Grover are ready for the quest. Luke gives Percy a pair of winged sneakers he stole from his father. Percy unknowingly from Luke, gives the sneakers to Grover.

The trio heads out and they keep encountering monsters on their quest is such as Medusa. She tries to turn them into stone but is thwarted by Annabeth (with her invisible cap) and Grover (with the flying shoes) until Percy is able to decapitate her. Percy a bit put out, sends her head via Hermes delivery to Olympus. Echidna and her son and its thanks to them when Percy ends up in the river he's given three Poseidon Pearls to use and a warning 'not to trust the gifts' but doesn't specify which gifts.

They run into Ares who has them run a side errand of retrieving his shield from an abandoned water theme park. If they do that, he'll provide them a ride west. They go and find out that it had been a trap for Ares and Aphrodite set by Hephaestus. They get the shield and in return Ares gives them a backpack with money, clothes, cookies. He also shows them the truck they can ride in.

They stop in Las Vegas, where they let loose the lion, zebra and antelope in the truck and the three demigods head to the Lotus Casino and Hotel. The trio eat lotus flowers and forget their reason for being there. They stay in the casino for five days until Poseidon speaks in Percy's mind, helping Percy return to his senses. Percy frees Grover and Annabeth from the effects of the flowers and they flee, discovering that the casino is run by the Lotus-Eaters, and they had been keeping people captive since ancient times. they steal the car in the lobby and head to California where the entrance to the Underworld is located.

In the Underworld Grover is nearly pulled into Tartarus by the winged shoes they had gotten from Luke and its only thanks to his fake feet and the shoes being a loose fit that Grover didn't get pulled in. They meet Hades and though Percy tells Hades that he does not have the Helm or lightning bolt, Hades finds the bolt hidden inside the backpack that Ares had given Percy. Because they only have three pearls, Sally remains with in the Underworld with Annabeth and Grover promising to help Percy get his mom back. Percy, Annabeth, and Grover teleport to the beach where Percy fights Ares for the Helm of Darkness. Ares doesn't kill Percy because a 'dark force' stopped him (meaning Kronos who still thinks Percy can be useful). He gives Percy the Helm of Darkness which Percy tosses to the Fury to tell Hades Percy didn't steal it.

Despite the danger, Percy flies in a plane to New York and hurry to the Empire State Building and returns the lightning bolt to Zeus, who forgives Percy and allows Poseidon to briefly speak with his son. Hades in accordance with his deal to Percy, gave back his mother since he received the Helm in return. Percy returns to camp halfblood but learns Luke was the lightning thief when he leads him into the woods and sets a scorpion on him before leaving.

Gabe is turned into a piece of stone by Sally who had used the Medusa's head that was returned to Percy via Olympus. They use the money for a new apartment and school for Percy.
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PostSubject: Re: What's Happened so Far   Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:20 pm

2012

-THE SEA OF MONSTERS -


CLARISSE, PERCY, LUKE, ANNABETH, & GROVER

When Percy is attacked by Laistrygonian Giants at school, Annabeth rescues him along with Tyson. On the way to camp, in the Gray Sisters' Taxi, which is a taxi business run by the Fates. Percy learns some coordinates (the coordinates on where to find the Golden Fleece) that lead to something he needs. Percy arrives at camp to find the camp under attack by Colchis Bulls and drives them back with help from Tyson who is fireproof. He later learns Thalia's pine tree is poisoned, meaning the borders are weakened and the activities director Chiron has been blamed. Clarisse, the daughter of Ares and Percy's enemy, is assigned a quest to go to the Sea of Monsters (using the coordinates Percy received) to find and retrieve the Golden Fleece, which has healing powers for plants, animals, and humans which they need to heal Thalia's tree. Percy and Annabeth decide to go also, but Dionysus and Tantalus, the new camp director replacing Chiron, refused.

Meanwhile, Polyphemus, a Cyclopes, captures Grover. Polyphemus believes that Grover is a female Cyclopes and he wants to "marry" Grover, for he is wearing a bridal gown. In desperation, Grover creates an empathy link with Percy so he can call for help. With Hermes' help, Percy, Annabeth and Tyson board the Princess Andromeda, the ship Luke and his forces are on and escape. They fight the Hydra and get on Clarisse's ship, the CSS Birmingham. The CSS Birmingham is a tribute to Ares. As they enter the Sea of Monsters, Clarisse, Tyson, Percy, and Annabeth have to get past Scylla and Charybdis. Scylla lives on a cliff, while Charybdis lives in the middle of the entrance to the Sea of Monsters. Instead of attempting to sail in between the sisters, Clarisse automatically goes for Charybdis and Tyson, a good Cyclops and the half-brother of Percy, supposedly perishes in Clarisse's ship after the ship got blown up due to malfunction problems.

Percy and Annabeth journeyed to many dangerous islands including the Sirens' Island and Circe's Island, and Annabeth tells Percy several stories about Thalia’s death, which she also mentions her prophecy. When they reach Polyphemus's island they join up with Clarisse, Grover, and later Tyson, who miraculously survived thanks to Rainbow, a friendly hippocampi who dragged him out of the water. They leave with the Golden Fleece after fighting Polyphemus, which Polyphemus stole many years ago. When they return to the mortal world, they send off Clarisse on an airplane to the camp alone to drape the Fleece on the tree, and Luke kidnaps Percy, Annabeth, and Tyson, but Percy reveals Chiron's innocence in a secret Iris message sent to camp. Percy challenges Luke to a duel, but - with Percy being inexperienced and out of practice, which made him no match for Luke's polished swordsmanship - Luke effortlessly defeats him and very nearly kills him. However, Chiron comes to rescue them with his strangely dressed relatives. When they return to camp, the fleece is placed on the tree, which not only revives it, but also brings Thalia back to her full life form. This revival was actually Kronos' plan, done so that he would have another chance to manipulate the prophecy that governs the future of Olympus and the Olympians.

2012-2013

CLARISSE & PERCY

Percy is in school when he hears strange noises, and spots Clarisse La Rue outside. Clarisse is being attacked by arrow-throwing birds. Percy gets himself excused from class and goes to help Clarisse and find out why she is there. Clarisse is surprised, and not very happy to see him.

After the two of them have defeated the birds, Clarisse reluctantly agrees to tell Percy why she is not at Camp Half-Blood. Clarisse reveals that she is supposed to be taking care of Ares' War Chariot, and needs to get it back to Ares' temple by sundown. However, her immortal brothers, Deimos and Phobos (gods of terror and fear respectively) have stolen the chariot. Phobos comes to taunt Clarisse and gives them a hint about where to find the chariot. Together, Percy and Clarisse must go to find the chariot at the Staten Island Zoo.

On their way, they encounter Deimos, who is riding a sea serpent, but they quickly defeat both the minor god and the sea monster and continue on their way. At the zoo, they find the chariot and face the two minor gods again. Phobos and Deimos show Percy and Clarisse their worst fears, which are Camp Half-Blood and his friends in flames and Ares respectively. By overcoming the illusions, however, Percy and Clarisse easily defeat the two minor gods (it turns out that Phobos and Deimos are both extremely weak in battle without their powers of fear and terror).

Finally, just as sunset is fading, Percy and Clarisse bring the chariot to Ares' Temple on the Intrepid, an aircraft carrier. Percy promises Clarisse that he will not tell anybody about her worst fear. He also tells her that in the vision that Phobos showed him-of what he feared most-Clarisse was included as one of Percy's friends.
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