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 Scott Rutherford on May 27, 2012 in News
The Harvest goddess Demeter has donated 1,000,000 drachmas to SEPA as she has felt the effects of air and ground pollution from poisoned plants that have given veggies a bad name. She also believes that the Wild needs to be restored to the world before we run out of supplies. Following the footsteps of Demeter, Zeus, suprisingly has given another million drachmas to the trust of the Wild, Poseidon has given the Satyrs and spirits water transport to save the seas along with some well earnt money.
The Olympians, after a meeting held by Demeter have agreed to give SEPA a hall at Olympus for their meetings and as a HQ for equipment and extra help. It is thought that Juniper will be Receptionist at this HQ. The Head Quarters will be made of willow and entwined vines with a grass floor with steps made of floating rocks. The reception will be in front of a huge waterfall that will have the stair case flowing around it. I think it will be great and will hang out there with Juniper, Grover, Annabeth, Percy and Katie… Quite excited for SEPA..
Keep up the good work is all extra I can say.
Posted by Sarah Kassiopeia on May 19, 2012 in News
Sam Corder, now aged 18, has completely his monster tracker that he’s been working on for the past 2 years. The MoTrack is a device that allows the demigod to track all monsters within one mile radius using a technology that Sam came up with. He used different monsters’ DNA and programmed the device so that if there are any monsters within one mile of it it will alert the halfblood and show what kind of monster it is. The reason it took him so long to perfect it is because for it to be accurate, it required the DNA of as many monsters as possible.
The MoTrack is 3 inches long by 1 inch wide and has a very minimalistic design: it only has a screen to tell you what monsters are close to you and how far away they are (complete with high-quality pictures that Sam took), a power button, a scanner and a plug to charge it. It will stay charged for 48 hours if constantly turned on and scanning, but will go on minimal power if switched off and will stop using up juice.
Sam Corder is expected to make a lot of money off of this invention, so he has announced that he will give 10% of the profits to the Satyr’s Ecological Protection Association.
“I really believe in what the SEPA is doing,” says Sam, “and I think they deserve all of the funds they receive – which still isn’t that much, despite all they’ve done. I’m proud to help them with their multiple causes, and also thrilled I’m finally done with this thing!”
He’s also suggested that he might produce a USB version of the MoTrack where instead of plugging it into a power outlet you can charge it by plugging it into your computer, but wants to see if the basic MoTrack is well-received.
The MoTrack USB is coming soon! From www.dgmorn.com.
Posted by Grover Underwood on Mar 2, 2012 in Uncategorized
So, in the US, there’s something called a “bottle bill”. Ever heard of it? The bottle bill is a sustainable method of collecting beverage bottles and cans for recycling. The refund value of the bottle/can/whatever (usually about 10 cents – not much, it’s true, but imagine you had a party and have 50 cans of Coca Cola) gives an incentive for people to give the bottle/can/whatever back for recycling. So basically you get paid to recycle.
So far, there are bottle bills in California, Connecticut, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Oregon, and Vermont. If you think of the number of people living in New York State, that can really make a difference. The point I’m trying to make is that if you need the extra cash and are sick of raking people’s yards, just recycle that bottle. And another one. And another one. And another bites the dust. (I can play Another One Bites The Dust on my pan flute… sorta…) I’m sure that if the Olympians see that their kids are making an effort to recycle, they’ll start helping. And that will definitely help; I’ve seen how fast gods can clean.
For more info on how to make cash by recycling your beverage bottles, go to BottleBill.org. So… see you later, I guess!
- Grover Underwood, Head of Team Acorn and the SEPA, tin can connoisseur
Posted by Sarah Kassiopeia on Oct 22, 2010 in News
Alli Marx, demigod daughter of Aphrodite as well as a fairly well-known demigod singer, has donated 100,000,000 golden drachmas to the Satyrs’ Ecological Protection Association (or SEPA). Most of this money she got from her successful mortal modeling career as well as her 2 albums “Help, Aphrodite!” and “Strike One”. Thanks to her exceedingly generous donation to this worthy cause, she’s become more popular in the past 6 months.
Thanks to this talented singer’s fairly big donation, the SEPA has recruited 107 demigods to join their cause as well as 14 mortals (paid, of course). The satyrs in charge of the SEPA are considering finally cleaning up the East River, once their New York division is done with helping several small volunteer satyr teams clean up Central Park.
There are also rumors Alli Marx might also be doing a duet with Lys-i-um in his next album. No one knows for sure, though. Although, what we do know is that she’s making a new album and she’s mentioned that it’ll be called “Golden”.