As they are about to be killed, Leo tells him and Calypso to distract the crowd. Apollo tells his story of how he became mortal while Leo made his way to a bulldozer that the blemmyae had with them. They made their way to the bulldozer and attempted to leave. As Nanette was about to kill the trio, she is shot and killed by an arrow, but not before she mentioned a naming ceremony for slaves in three days.
A woman who knew Apollo was revealed to have fired the shot and killed the other blemmyae. She revealed her name is Emmie and she takes them to the Waystation. When they arrive, Emmie takes Calypso to the infirmary and tells Apollo and Leo to talk with Josephine. They see an abandoned bedroom for a young girl along the way. They arrive in the main area and meet up with Josephine, who tells them of the Waystation's function as a safe house for wandering demigods, satyrs and hunters. She explains that Emmie's real name is Hemithea , to which Apollo realizes that she was a princess from Ancient Greece that he made immortal before she became a hunter.
Josephine then leaves the two to make themselves at home. After Leo heads over to Josephine, Apollo has a flashback of the day he made Emmie and her sister into minor goddesses and a vision of Nero telling Meg to catch him dead or alive. He then sees Emmie, Josephine, Leo and Calypso standing over him saying that he has been out for hours.
They tell him that Agamethus , the headless ghost from before, wants to talk with him, the group theorizes that the headless ghost wants to tell them something. Josephine gets a Magic 8 Ball so he can communicate. Agamethus tosses it to Apollo who read aloud 'Apollo will find her'. Emmie and Josephine then reveal their adoptive daughter, Georgie , has been missing for two weeks.
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Emmie explains how she and Josephine left the hunters to be with each other, to Apollo's annoyance as he felt she wasted immortality. Apollo then realized that Agamethus was decapitated by his brother Trophonius , the dark oracle, he then asks about the emperor. The five make lunch and discuss matters. Apollo tells Emmie and Josephine the limerick the Grove of Dodona told him and they tell him the Cave of Trophonius was south on them in the Bluespring Caverns , but they are heavily guarded by enemy forces. They also say that the emperor has been abducting the Waystation's inhabitants and Georgie.
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They hear banging coming from the roof and Emmie and Josephine arm themselves before going to investigate. The three talk about Trophonius while doing the dishes, much to Apollo's annoyance. He explains that to prepare for the Oracle, one must drink from two springs representing forgetfulness and memory. Then they must head into the cave where they see a prophecy in the form of horrific visions. Then the priest sits them on the Throne of Memory to speak the prophecy for them to write down. He theorizes that Georgina might have gone through the ritual but had not sat on the throne.
Then she went back a second time to sit but was captured. After Leo and Calypso fight, he hears their hostesses voices and heads into the main area where he is trapped in a net by Britomartis , the goddess of nets. After she freed him, Apollo concludes that she in charge of the Waystation. She asks Emmie and Josephine to leave while she talks with the trio. She tells them that the emperor is planning to rename Indianapolis in three days, and she wants them to use that time to save her griffin's from the city's zoo.
She says that if they do this then she will tell them where Georgina and the Throne of Memory are. He also realizes that the emperor plans to kill him and Georgia during the ceremony. Britomartis sends him and Calypso to liberate her griffins while Leo works on their defenses. After they tell Emile and Josephine what Britomartis told them, the ex-hunters had them do chores with Apollo scrubbing toilets and sending him and Leo to sleep in separate quarters from Calypso.
He and Leo talk about his relationship with the formerly immortal sorceress. He feels that sometimes she hates him for taking her from Ogygia and sometimes she loves him for it. Apollo dreams of his son, Trophonius, decapitating his half brother, Agamethus, after a failed robbery attempt. His dream then shifts to the emperor and his former lover, Commodus , having three people executed for failing him and losing the daughter of Demeter. He then orders a new agent, Lityerses , the son of Midas , to capture her and Apollo alive and move the griffins to him for safekeeping.
Calypso wakes him up and the set out to free the griffins. Apollo and Calypso make their way to the Indianapolis Zoo. At Calypso's request, he consulted with his talking arrow. The arrow told him the griffins were being held by a train and to bring tatters tots. He and Calypso argue about their mortal states, with Apollo revealing his hatred for Emmie giving up hers, though he offended Calypso too on that matter.
They make their way to the zoo and find where the train is, unfortunately, Lityerses and five Germani are almost by them. They duck into a nearby cafe for cover, he keeps a lookout while Calypso picks the lock. They find a package of griffin tatters and combat ostrich cubes which reminds Apollo of a time he was with Commodus the day his father was killed. Calypso brings him back to the present and tells him that she found the train ride on a map, but hear Lityerses order one of his men to stay in the cafe. The duo makes a break for it but is cornered by the reptile house. He manages to shoot one Germanus in the foot before Calypso scares the man off with fake magic.
They make it to the train but run into Lityerses who calls for backup. Apollo notices the vegetation aboveboard Lityerses's head moving but pulls Calypso out of the way as it falls on the swordsman, thinking this is Meg's doing. He then offers to drive the train. The train starts off slowly but they manage to accelerate.
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Apollo sees the sign for the monster enclosure and they switch to head for it. He notches an arrow and hits the lever. They wind up in the enclosure and find the griffins and others locked behind plexiglass partitions. They find the button to open the griffin enclosure and enter. Apollo realizes that the female griffin, Heloise , is about to lay an egg. He and Calypso sing an ancient song Zeus and Leto sang to him and Artemis when they were younger, this brought tears to the former god's eyes.
He feeds the male griffin, Abelard , while Calypso feeds Heloise. Lityerses then appears behind them, as he is about to kill the two of them, Meg McCaffrey arrived and blocked his attack then orders him to leave. He mounts the Abelard and takes off, but not before firing an arrow at the control box releasing the other monsters.
He pulled Meg onto Abelard and Calypso forced the net above them out of the way. The two former immortals were astonished by this act and he embraces his demigod master as they fly back toward the Waystation.
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The three arrive at the Waystation. While Leo and Josephine take Calypso to the infirmity, Apollo and Meg talk with each other before Emmie informs them that the net goddess wants to speak with them. She informs them that Calypso's magic is her doing, much to the anger of Apollo and the recently returning Leo. Britomatris then tells them that Apollo will either succeed in his quest for Trophonius or be executed. She tells them where the entrance to Commodus' palace is and to avoid it. She tells Apollo to take Leo and Meg and go along the waterway to get into the palace.
The goddess then leaves and Meg shouts Commodus' name at the top of her lungs, sparking Apollo to remember a time when he killed Commodus. He reminisces of the time he drowned and betrayed Commodus when he was disguised as his personal trainer, Narcissus , that flashback forces him to throw up in the toilet. Josephine comes in and talks with him about making past mistakes and moving on from them, as well as using life to benefit others.
He spent the afternoon aiding Heloise in laying her egg. When Apollo, Leo, and Meg headed for Canal Walk , Josephine gave him a tracking device to wearing so he can send reinforcements when they find Georgie.
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They take a peddle boat to find the secret entrance where Apollo tells them he killed Commodus. They see it as something he had to do and Meg tells them she met him and the western emperor, who, along with Nero, is keeping him in check in the center of the country.
They soon spot a monster under the surf and proceed with caution. A little further down they find the entrance but are attacked by the Carthaginian Serpent and abandon ship. Meg manages to blind it in one eye before it is about to crunch her as it did to their pedal boat. Apollo notices bricks from a nearby condominium coming to lose and shouted to collapse it on the serpent, killing it and freeing Meg before the gate Leo opened closed again.
They wade through the water until they find an alcove to get out and dry off. Meg thanks Apollo for saving her and theorized that his powers return temporarily to help others in life or death situations. They continue and wind up in the throne room, just behind Commodus. He orders Lityerses to destroy the Waystation by tomorrow morning. After the swordsman and others leave for the entrance he tells a guard, Alaric , to have Lit killed when he returned and puts him in charge of destroying the Waystation by tomorrow afternoon.
The three exit and devise a plan of action. They wander around until they find where the prisoners are kept. After Meg and Leo take out the guard and open the door, Apollo is appalled by this and the three free the slaves. They find Georgie and free her before she comes running up to Apollo. He tells Leo to take the prisoners and head for the Waystation while he and Meg search for Throne of Memory.
They eventually find the throne behind metal doors, which he unlocks with sulfuric acid, water, and baking soda. He straps the throne to his back and they head out of the compound. Meg synced a familiar presence and headed towards an empty chamber, which was revealed to be the stadium for the Indianapolis Colts. Commodus then revealed that this was only the rehearsal for the naming ceremony. After unleashing monsters, animals, and mercenaries onto the field, Meg jumped on a combat ostrich and rid for the god emperor while Apollo took his place on an elephant named Livia.
Commodus ordered the fighting to stop before revealing a bound Peaches suspended in the air. As Commodus prepares to kill Peaches by setting him on fire, Apollo rides Livia onto the track to block Commodus' car. He cut off the helmet Livia was wearing and the elephant flung it at the god emperor, causing him to swerve off the track and roll and crash on the field while Meg freed Peaches. The god emperor reveals that he killed Livia's mate so that she would fight. Lityerses returned to inform Commodus that the Hunters of Artemis have attacked the gate and took out ten guards before retreating.
Commodus orders Apollo, Meg, and Peaches to be locked up until the real naming ceremony tomorrow and was about to kill Lityerses before the roof exploded. Leo, Festus, and the Hunters of Artemis arrive and fend of Triumvirate's forces. When they stopped to free the elephant from her armor Thalia told him that their father had forbidden Artemis from assisting him, but they were close by on other business and decided to help.
Apollo wondered what else his sister was keeping from him, the three headed for the Waystation. The three returned to the Waystation with habitat for Livia. They head to the main hall where they find everyone taking care of the released prisoners. As Emmie and Josephine sit Georgie on the throne she relays a message from Trophonius telling Apollo and Meg to go to his cave at first light so that his or Commodus' prophecy will come true.
Georgie then becomes faint and passes out, but not before saying she was his daughter. Emmie was enraged by this and demanded Apollo to fix her daughter. He says he can not but she might be okay. After wondering what the part about the emperor meant, Literyses says that Commodus knows where the Waystation is and will attack in the morning. After Emmie stops the residents from killing Lit, she gives a speech with Apollo chiming in occasionally. As the Waystation prep airs for battle, Apollo is concerned for everyone's safety during the battle.
After dinner, Emmie asks him if he sent Georgie to punish her, which he denies. After struggling to get to sleep he had a conversation with Olujime , one of the freed prisoners. He then wandered around until he found the library and spoke with the arrow of Dodona on transportation, it told him he can drive to the Oracle's cave in almost two hours. He is told by Leo and Calypso that they have decided to stay at the Waystation to have a normal life, he understands and is going to miss them.
After Leo got them a Mercedes they went south stopping only when they were pulled over by a police officer. When dawn was approaching he asked the Arrow of Dodona for directions. It told him to drive west until they found the emperor's sign and to find the two rivers and defeat the beasts that cannot be killed. They arrive and sit their car to find the unkillable guardians, Yales , which are an endangered species and they will be cursed if they kill them.
After he and Meg are chased up a tree the daughter of Demeter encases the beasts in grass bindings before they find and make a break for the cave's entrance. He drinks a handful from the two streams at once, causing his mind to go somewhat blank and childlike before Meg tackled him down the entrance.
After falling into the water he forgets who he is. Apollo sees a vision of Leto and Zeus in Florida, the former begging the latter to make him immortal again. He then sees the goddess Styx , who swears vengeance on the god for breaking his oath about not using instruments or a bow.
Meg then snaps him back to reality and they head deeper into the cave.
He asks Meg for honey cakes to appease the snakes, which she had no idea about. They reached the location where they would receive the prophecy, an island in the middle of a snake-infested lake. As he went into the water Meg demanded that he sing to detract the snakes, when that failed she sang her self, showing her memories of the father and his murder. He reaches the island in the heart of the lake and begs Meg to stop. The Oracle appears and berates his father for failing to save his brother.
Apollo apologizes and offers himself in Meg's place, as she involuntarily invoked Trophonius. He agrees if Apollo grants him a wish, but then claims the daughter of Demeter anyway. Apollo tries frantically to help Meg to no success. Apollo begs his son for assistance but he does nothing, so he performs CPR on Meg to ease the girl's suffering. He takes on her negative emotions and memories, as well as parts of a prophecy. He finishes, but Trophiounus says she may be permanently insane.
He then requests Apollo destroy his cave and warns him that Commodus' forces will be waiting for him with his explosives, he agrees. After surfacing, he sees Nanette and two other blemmyae. He notices they have trouble arming the bomb and theorized that they are colorblind. They notice him and an unconscious Meg and are about to kill them until he requests he pulls them assure politely. He makes a plan to trick them into destroying the oracle and themselves with the explosive device while and Meg escape. Nanette volunteers to go while the other two will kill both of them if anything happens to the female blemmyae.
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After Nanette was killed in the explosion, he told the other two to wait and look away while he kicked one of the blemmyae into the water only for him to be crushed by a rock. The other blemmyae took hold of him and broke his arm. Just the Peaches and two other Karpoi assaulted and killed the last blemmyae before checking if Meg was okay. Apollo told him they had to get her to Indianapolis fast before passing out. Peaches and his friends drove Apollo and Meg back to Indianapolis halfway through the battle. He saw smoke coming from the Waystation and went as fast as his wounded body could take him after asking the fruit spirits to guard Meg.
After taking out a badly wounded demigod working for the emperors, he made his way towards to Waystation to find battle and carnage. He found Heloise dead in the library and was worried for Abelard and their egg. When he reached the kitchen he saw Commodus with two Germani holding Emmie, Georgie and Leo hostage while Josephine, Calypso, Lit, and Thalia stood on the opposite end at a stalemate.
Commodus demands the throne for the hostages, but Apollo tells his friends to stand down and he tells the emperor to leave before he sees the fear in Commodus' eyes. The mortal god miraculously unleashes his Divine Form and blinds the emperor and his troops. They take out the Germani and throw Commodus out of the Waystation. As they looked out, Commodus had vanished, not even those fighting outside saw him. As they saw the Karpoi carrying Meg, he told them to bring out the throne of memory, Meg revealed a long unnerving prophecy.
They then cleaned up the Waystation and searched for Commodus. Then they had a funeral for Heliose, after which Apollo told Emmie she did the right thing in giving up her immortality. They discussed the prophecy over dinner. It told that he and Meg would have to warn Camp Jupiter of an attack in five days. He theorizes that he and Meg can use the Labyrinth to get to the third emperor in the southwest. He talks with Thalia and tells to give his sister his best before she left.
After breakfast, he spoke with Agamethus, apologized for his death, and told him he would do what he could to get him into Elysium when he was a god again. Meg brought him onto the roof where she summoned a satyr, Grover Underwood , to guide them through the Labyrinth as the prophecy said. For the past two days Apollo, Meg and Grover have been wandering the Labyrinth. He is worried that the longer it takes to find the Oracles , the harder it will be to become a god again.
They stop just as a wave of fire comes before them and head to wear it came from. They hear a sound and run.
They make it to a room and he tells Meg and Grover to block the entrance with tomato plants. They do, but a Strix comes in and scratches him, leaving the former god paralyzed. He tells them not to kill it or they will be cursed. The arrow says they need pig entrails, which they do not have. However they could also use abrutus. Just then then more strip break through their barrier. Meg catches up with them and she gives Apollo one of her scimitar.
They reach the top and it is sealed. After they realize that a Brutus is a plant similar to strawberries, me plays his combat ukulele as Meg and Grover grow the plants at rapid speed. With the dome over their heads destroyed and the strip disintegrated in the sunlight that shined through the cracks. They have made it to their destination.
After they exit the labyrinth, Apollo passes out. He dreams of a woman shackled over a pit of lava, apologizing and telling Apollo it is a trap. He wakes up in a tent with a sleeping Meg grasping his wrist and Grover standing watch. Grover tells him that they are at his base in Palm Springs. He also tells the fallen god that there has been nature spirit deaths from numerous natural disasters that do not feel natural. He also says Meg was nervous about being here.
Just as the daughter of Demeter woke up, Grover invites them to speak with his other companions. He takes them to a green house and introduces them to a group of Dryads. After telling them that they are the only scouting party to return, they disband and he and Grover carry an unconscious Meg to a well and meet up with Mellie and her infant satyr son. She says her husband has not returned and asks the two to look for him at a near by military surplus store.
He also tells Apollo that he misses Pan and that preserving the wild is hard as most humans, demigods, and even some gods do not care about it. Reddit takes full advantage of Markdown, a really effortless way to format text with bold, italics, links, and much more. On mobile, it's never been easy to take advantage of these formatting features, but with Apollo you can let its Markdown editor do all the formatting and previewing for you so you can just focus on writing.
Easy inline image and album uploads, too! Navigating between subreddits is one of the most common things done on Reddit, so it has to be a smooth, effortless experience. Enter the Jump Bar. Lightning-fast subreddit autocomplete lets you quickly bounce between numerous subreddits with just a few letters entered, or Favorite a subreddit and have it available in just a single tap. In addition to the gorgeous Light Mode, Apollo also has an incredible Dark Mode that's great when you want something easier on your eyes at night, or you just prefer Dark Modes!
In addition to being able to long-press the navigation bar to toggle it, there's also an option to have it come on automatically based on screen brightness or local sunset times. Here, in a majestic pose, he brings order and reason to the battle between the Lapiths and the Centaurs at the wedding of Peirithoos. Another fine example of Apollo in his guise as a handsome youth, this time with long locks, is a 2nd-century CE marble relief from a funerary monument in Piraeus.
Roman sculptors were also fond of Apollo and a celebrated marble statue of the god, now in the Vatican Museums in Rome , is the Apollo Belvedere, a 2nd-century CE copy of a bronze statue of the 4th-century BCE by Leochares. Even the Etruscans were at it, perhaps one of their most famous sculptures in terracotta being the Apollo of Veii c. Editorial Review This Article has been reviewed for accuracy, reliability and adherence to academic standards prior to publication.
We're a small non-profit organisation run by a handful of volunteers. Become a Member. Cartwright, M. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Cartwright, Mark. Last modified July 25, Ancient History Encyclopedia, 25 Jul This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon this content non-commercially, as long as they credit the author and license their new creations under the identical terms. Please note that content linked from this page may have different licensing terms. Remove Ads Advertisement. Apollo acquired his lyre from his mischievous half-brother Hermes , the messenger god.
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