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May The Gods be with You - Hunt

Postby Red Queen » 16 May 2018, 13:20

Hi Forumers.

Get out your magnifiers and dust off your detective coat, tomorrow we'll have a brand new hunt for you.

The Olympian Gods have gone missing and we need YOU, our faithful forumers to help us replace order in the Forum.
(I think it might have something to do with the chaos that followed after Zeus was killed off in the Olympus Game)

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While you are searching for the Gods, join us in chat for some interesting trivia questions.
Keep those minds sharp. :)
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Re: May The Gods be with You - Hunt

Postby Red Queen » 17 May 2018, 10:16

Have you heard that the Gods and Goddesses of Olympia has all gone missing?!?!?!?!?! :huh:
This is terrible, terrible news.
For this hunt you'll have to read what a certain God was in charge off and go look for him/her according to their description.

Once you think you've found all the ones you could, send me a pm with the link(s) to the page where you found our gods hiding.

This hunt will be open for all 'till Monday, 21th May 2018


OLYMPIAN GODS AND GODDESSES

APHRODITE
Aphrodite was the goddess of fertility, love, and beauty. During the Trojan War, Aphrodite fought on the side of Paris. Aphrodite and her son Eros (Cupid) teamed up to cause Zeus to fall in love with a human named Europa.

APOLLO
Apollo was the son of Leto and Zeus. He was born on the island of Delos. He and his twin sister Artemis, also an Olympian, shared an aptitude for archery. The nine Muses were companions of his; they were goddesses known for inspiring art and music.

ARES
He was the son of Zeus and Hera, both of whom hated him (according to Homer). Eros (more commonly known as Cupid) was the child of Ares and Aphrodite. Ares was most notably referred to as the God of War; he represented the unpleasant aspects of battle.

ARTEMIS
Artemis was daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo. She was primarily a virgin huntress, goddess of wildlife and patroness of hunters. She was an important goddess in the lives of women, especially when it came to marriage and young creatures.

ATHENA
Athena was the Goddess of War, the female counterpart of Ares. She is one of three virgin goddesses; the other two were Hestia and Artemis. Athena served as a guardian of Athens, where the Parthenon served as her temple.

DEMETER
Demeter was the daughter of Cronos and Rhea. She was the goddess of harvest and fertility. Only women attended the Thesmophoria, a fertility festival held in honor of Demeter.

DIONYSUS
Dionysus was primarily known as the God of the Vine. Upon reaching adulthood, Dionysus wandered the Earth, teaching men the culture of the vine. Dionysus was the last god to enter Olympus.

HADES
He was also called the God of Wealth or “the rich one” because he possessed the precious metals of the earth. Hades had a cap or helmet that made its wearer invisible. His wife was Persephone, Demeter’s only daughter, whom he kidnapped and made his queen.

HEPHAESTUS
Hephaestus was the only ugly god among perfectly beautiful immortals. He was the workman of the immortals: he made their dwellings, furnishings, and weapons. Hephaestus was known as the God of Fire.

HERA
Hera was Queen of the Olympian gods. In the story of the Quest of the Golden Fleece, Hera was a gracious protector of the heroes. Hera had few, if any, redeeming qualities. She never forgot an injury.

HERMES
Hermes was considered a “trickster” due to his cunning and clever personality. He primarily served as the herald or messenger of the gods. Hermes was born in a cave on a mountain in Arcadia; he was conceived and born within the course of one day.

HESTIA
Although Hestia appeared in a few stories, she was not overly significant in Greek mythology. She was a sibling to Demeter, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, and Zeus. Hestia is the Greek goddess of fire. She is completely omitted from the works of Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey.

POSEIDON
Poseidon was allotted his dominion after the fall of the Titans. He wielded the trident or three-pronged spear, and this image of him is reflected in art. Poseidon was most notably the God of the sea and the protector of all waters.

ZEUS
Zeus was the father of the famous Greek hero Hercules. The name Zeus means "bright" or "sky." His weapon of choice was the thunderbolt, made for him by the Cyclops.

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Re: May The Gods be with You - Hunt

Postby Red Queen » 21 May 2018, 09:16

The hunt is officially over.
All gods and goddesses has been found (a few times ;) )

Congrats to the following ladies who found all 14 gods, they each win diamonds.
Loranna
Aram
Clueless1

Congrats to Annabelle and Geeta who both did well in the game too and will be rewarded emeralds.

OLYMPIAN GODS AND GODDESSES

APHRODITE
Aphrodite was the goddess of fertility, love, and beauty. During the Trojan War, Aphrodite fought on the side of Paris. Aphrodite and her son Eros (Cupid) teamed up to cause Zeus to fall in love with a human named Europa.

viewtopic.php?f=23&t=5695

APOLLO
Apollo was the son of Leto and Zeus. He was born on the island of Delos. He and his twin sister Artemis, also an Olympian, shared an aptitude for archery. The nine Muses were companions of his; they were goddesses known for inspiring art and music.

viewtopic.php?f=38&t=158995

ARES
He was the son of Zeus and Hera, both of whom hated him (according to Homer). Eros (more commonly known as Cupid) was the child of Ares and Aphrodite. Ares was most notably referred to as the God of War; he represented the unpleasant aspects of battle.

viewtopic.php?f=52&t=159621&p=304372&hilit=battle#p304372

ARTEMIS
Artemis was daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo. She was primarily a virgin huntress, goddess of wildlife and patroness of hunters. She was an important goddess in the lives of women, especially when it came to marriage and young creatures.

viewtopic.php?f=16&t=159114

ATHENA
Athena was the Goddess of War, the female counterpart of Ares. She is one of three virgin goddesses; the other two were Hestia and Artemis. Athena served as a guardian of Athens, where the Parthenon served as her temple.

viewtopic.php?f=53&t=160120

DEMETER
Demeter was the daughter of Cronos and Rhea. She was the goddess of harvest and fertility. Only women attended the Thesmophoria, a fertility festival held in honor of Demeter.

viewtopic.php?f=56&t=159457&p=290824&hilit=harvest#p290824

DIONYSUS
Dionysus was primarily known as the God of the Vine. Upon reaching adulthood, Dionysus wandered the Earth, teaching men the culture of the vine. Dionysus was the last god to enter Olympus.

viewtopic.php?f=72&t=159276&p=289857&hilit=drink#p289857

HADES
He was also called the God of Wealth or “the rich one” because he possessed the precious metals of the earth. Hades had a cap or helmet that made its wearer invisible. His wife was Persephone, Demeter’s only daughter, whom he kidnapped and made his queen.

viewtopic.php?f=12&t=159460&p=290830&hilit=reward#p290830

HEPHAESTUS
Hephaestus was the only ugly god among perfectly beautiful immortals. He was the workman of the immortals: he made their dwellings, furnishings, and weapons. Hephaestus was known as the God of Fire.

viewtopic.php?f=59&t=121923&p=269483&hilit=furniture#p281876

HERA
Hera was Queen of the Olympian gods. In the story of the Quest of the Golden Fleece, Hera was a gracious protector of the heroes. Hera had few, if any, redeeming qualities. She never forgot an injury.

viewtopic.php?f=51&t=158624&p=299689&hilit=golden#p299689

HERMES
Hermes was considered a “trickster” due to his cunning and clever personality. He primarily served as the herald or messenger of the gods. Hermes was born in a cave on a mountain in Arcadia; he was conceived and born within the course of one day.

viewtopic.php?f=22&t=159473&p=295300&hilit=riddles#p295300

HESTIA
Although Hestia appeared in a few stories, she was not overly significant in Greek mythology. She was a sibling to Demeter, Hades, Poseidon, Hera, and Zeus. Hestia is the Greek goddess of fire. She is completely omitted from the works of Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey.

viewtopic.php?f=52&t=158482&start=100

POSEIDON
Poseidon was allotted his dominion after the fall of the Titans. He wielded the trident or three-pronged spear, and this image of him is reflected in art. Poseidon was most notably the God of the sea and the protector of all waters.

viewtopic.php?f=51&t=158510&p=295506&hilit=sea#p295506

ZEUS
Zeus was the father of the famous Greek hero Hercules. The name Zeus means "bright" or "sky." His weapon of choice was the thunderbolt, made for him by the Cyclops.

viewtopic.php?f=22&t=158866&p=287741&hilit=thunder#p287741
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Re: May The Gods be with You - Hunt

Postby Red Queen » 21 May 2018, 14:37

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