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Olympus is the home of the Olympian gods. It is based on Mount Olympus in Greek mythology.

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  • Name: Olympus, Mount Olympus
  • Location: Greece
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  • Notable Inhabitants: Zeus
  • Population: Olympians

History

Originally located on Mount Olympus in Greece, it has steadily moved over to the west, following Western Civilization over the centuries, as Chiron explained. It had been in central Europe for about 500 years and is now in the United States of America. Instead of being located on a physical mountain, it is a metaphysical duplicate. This mountain does not connect with the ground and cannot be detected by mortals due to the Mist, but is connected to the mortal world by a space elevator. It is said to be hovering above the Empire State building. It possibly exists in another dimension, due to its floating with its great mass over a mortal city undetected. At the top of it is a large city containing the palaces for the Olympian gods, goddesses, and residences for many minor gods and other creatures of Greek mythology.

Known Residents

These Olympian gods are the greatest and most powerful of ancient Greece.

Greek name English name Roman Name Description
Αφροδιτη (Aphroditê) Aphrodite Venus Goddess of Love and Beauty
Απολλων (Apollôn) Apollo Apollo God of the Sun, Music, Prophecy, and Medicine
Αρης (Arês) Ares Mars God of War
Αρτεμις (Artemis) Artemis Diana Goddess of the Hunt, Wilderness, Moon and Chastity
Αθηνη (Athênê) Athena Minerva Goddess of Wisdom, Warfare, Strategy and the Arts
Δημητηρ (Dêmêtêr) Demeter Ceres Goddess of the Harvest, Agriculture, Fertility, and Seasons
Διονυσος (Dionysos) Dionysus Bacchus God of Wine, Madness, Ecstasy, and Parties
ᾍδης (Hades) Hades Pluto God of the Underworld, the Dead, and Wealth
Ήφαιστος (Hēphaistos) Hephaestus Vulcan God of Fire, Forge, Craftsmen, and blackmiths
Ήρα (Hēra) Hera Juno Goddess of Marriage and Motherhood, Queen of the Gods
Ερμής (Hērmēs) Hermes Mercury God of Dexterity, Thieves, Speed, and Travel: Messenger of Olympus
Ἑστια (Hestia) Hestia Vesta Goddess of the Hearth, Fire, Family, and Home
Ποσειδων (Poseidôn) Poseidon Neptune God of the Sea, Earthquakes, Storms, and Horses
Ζευς (Zeus) Zeus Jupiter God of the Sky, Lightning, Thunder, and King of the Gods
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