This is a site where demigods far and wide can search for tips, secrets, weird stories given to them by fellow demigods who know what it's like to be chased by monsters almost 24/7. (I say "almost" because most monsters take weekends off.) Created by Sarah "Kassiopeia", Leighton and Elliott with help from Norris and Percy Jackson.
Posted by Sarah Kassiopeia on Feb 25, 2012 in Quest Database
Lady Artemis and her Hunters are chasing an old monster that the Olympians had thought to be extinguished ages ago. They’ve had a little bit of help from Apollo, but Artemis was forced to ask him to stop helping because he was flirting with the new recruits too much. Anyway, she has asked me to pass on the message because she knows about this site and says that even if you don’t want to join the Hunters, any help is welcome. She is not at liberty to disclose any additional info about the monster she and her Hunters are chasing until you’ve volunteered because she doesn’t want Gaea getting wind of this.
If you’re interested in helping out, please IM Lady Artemis. If you’re interested in Apollo, please IM him directly.
Posted by Scott Rutherford on Jan 24, 2012 in News
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Here is a worked out plan for the war:
League Of Posiedon
We are going to search the sea’s, for Chris’s captors and for giants because I was out last night and I found a small submarine, I blew it up of course and it was full of giants, I suspect more! So, thats us sorted!
Artemis and Apollo’s Hunters
They are going to take turns flying day(Apollo) and night(Artemis) searching the skies and the Olympus during there rest times.
CBH and CJ
They are going to go out on quests, searching America, Britain, Europe, Africa, Asia and Russia. Like usual.
Yes, one person! But this isn’t any ‘one person’ this is the most powerful daughter of Hecate, EVER! She is a good friend, but apparently you guys thought that she was my girl friend! What is that about? She has a tendency for assassination too, so she is going to try and find Chris, don’t worry she won’t kill him, just put him under for a few hours(days).
Any problems? Then just comment to tell me!
Posted by Sarah Kassiopeia on Feb 10, 2011 in News
Artemis is running low on Hunters! They haven’t had any recruits since Bianca di Angelo (RIP), Thalia Grace, Felicia Gordon (who was kicked out because she was caught flirting with Thalia’s little brother, Jason) and Amy Wolfe.
Joining the Hunters of Artemis is (apparently) a great lifestyle to have. You hunt with girls between the ages of 11 and 17 and, of course, Artemis herself, tracking down monsters and – with a little luck – turning them to dust for a few millennia. Cool perks include immortality*, free hot chocolate, survival training and freedom from boys! There are brochures at Camp Half-Blood if any of you girls out there would consider joining – unless of course the guys burned them all. If that’s the case, please send Artemis an IM, and she’ll recruit you and possibly turn every single guy at Camp Half-Blood into a kangaroo.
* Not totally immortality, understand. You can still die by getting clawed up by a monster or being fried alive inside a haywire robot prototype. But it still counts as something.
A drawing of the Hunters of Artemis from Ripaille (on DeviantArt).
Posted by Aphrodite on Oct 5, 2010 in News
Artemis, my dear half-sister, has already recruited many “Hunters” who joined her cause to be a maiden eternally and are awarded immortality. Any girl who pledges herself to Artemis can join, whether a demigod, a naiad, a dryad, a mortal… or Titans’ daughters. But is this in fact a wise decision? Is giving up love a very good idea after all?
Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, gives her views: “It isn’t quite the wisest thing to do, awarding young girls immortality. They could turn against Olympus, or give information to our enemies. I am not, of course, suggesting that any of Artemis’ current Hunters would do such a thing, but nonetheless. It’s a risk.”
May I also add that, in my personal opinion, ‘turning your back to the company of men’ is a very unintelligent thing to do. Giving up love is not something one should do lightly, or, for that matter, at all. As the goddess of love, I can assure you that love is very important and useful, no matter what Artemis, Athena and Hestia may happen to think.
Artemis’ symbol from www.wizards.com