They'd most likely be demigods, as we don't know if the immortality of the island affects anyone but Calypso.
They are female. This is your only hint for now.
One of the ones you listed.
Ha! Thank you, terrible homeschooling program! You have given me an excuse to read Beowulf.
It's not Norse, Egyptian, or Greek.
Why does it hurt you?
Because it's spelled "Shakespeare"
When backreading, I'm seeing people say "Shakespear" and it hurts me to see...
I love it when my family makes up things to be homophobic over...
I just want out of here...
In defense of Annabeth (though I'm not particularly fond of her), she is a child of a war god. Regardless of the way she was raised (which was surrounded by violence), violence is still a part of her through her mother. I don't care for her, Percy, or their relationship, but the scene is not completely black-and-white. I don't like the scene, and especially Reyna's reaction, but yeah...
In short, I really don't like Annabeth, but I think this one scene gets way too much attention.
Yeah but Aphrodite and Hephaestus are kinda married so that does make it pretty awkward
They are divorced, or the closest thing to it in that time. Hephaestus even remarried.
Unfortunately, I must depart from this hub of conversation for sleep beckons to me in these late (or alternatively early) hours of the day.
Giovani's penetrative eyes scrutinized his pulchritudinous inamorata, incognizant of the pernicious ramifications of neoteric circumstances.
I sense the artifice of copy-and-paste.
I usually am not that formal, to be honest...
Making yourself sound more formal also makes you sound more distant and seperated from others.
As such my behavior follows in the outside world for a multitude of reasons.
But I am formal if I can afford it.
My words, whence I will it, can be tinged and interwoven with that of formal etiquette. Though, I cannot always afford such sentiment*
random question: what is your current read? 👀
A detailed account on the history of Hawaii. I just finished the Odyssey several days ago.
As I said, formality is becoming of an individual. This is unbecoming and I am unable of truly gleaning it's meaning. The woes of slang and modern speech.
In short, formality is becoming of any individual. I send my dearest thanks for your heartfelt compliment.
You seemed so formal I had no idea you could be so wickedly nefarious, Truby.
To be truly nefarious, subtly and class are of the utmost importance. A sense of formality will cover most insults easily. Such crass matter as some would speak in is rather unenlightened. But thank you, I find the sentiment of my nefariousness a compliment.
EVEN TRUBY IS CALLING ME THAT-