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'''Persephone's Flowers''' are flowers grown by the goddess [[Persephone]] in her [[Persephone's Garden|garden]] in the underworld. While some of them are just regular flowers as she is the goddess of springtime and flowers, others can be used for more specific objectives, such as when [[Percy Jackson]], [[Thalia Grace]], and [[Nico di Angelo]] were on their adventure looking for the'' [[Sword of Hades]]'', in which Persephone gives them a tracking flower and travel rose to help.[[File:Persephone17.jpg|thumb| Persephone grantor of the travel rose and tracking flower]]
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'''Persephone's Flowers''' are particular or special flowers grown by the goddess [[Persephone]] in her [[Persephone's Garden|garden]] in the underworld. While some of them are just regular flowers as she is the goddess of springtime and flowers, others can be used for more specific objectives, such as when [[Percy Jackson]], [[Thalia Grace]], and [[Nico di Angelo]] were on their adventure looking for the'' [[Sword of Hades]]'', in which Persephone gives them a tracking flower and travel rose to help.[[File:Persephone17.jpg|thumb| Persephone grantor of the travel rose and tracking flower]]
   
 
==[[Tracking Flower]]==
 
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==[[Travel Rose]]==
 
==[[Travel Rose]]==
After completing the mission, [[Persephone]] gave each of the [[demigod]]s a red rose that, when crushed, would return them to the land of the living. These were similar to [[Poseidon's Pearls]] (in the [[Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief|movie]], Persephone's pearls). Only Percy and Thalia used theirs as Nico wanted to stay in the Underworld and he could also leave through [[Shadow travel]].
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After completing the mission, [[Persephone]] gave each of the [[demigod]]s a red rose that, when crushed, would return them to the land of the living. These were similar to [[Poseidon's Pearls|Poseidon's Pearls]] (in the [[Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief|movie]], Persephone's pearls). Only Percy and Thalia used theirs as Nico wanted to stay in the Underworld and he could also leave through [[Shadow travel]].
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 11:52, October 31, 2012

Persephone's Flowers are particular or special flowers grown by the goddess Persephone in her garden in the underworld. While some of them are just regular flowers as she is the goddess of springtime and flowers, others can be used for more specific objectives, such as when Percy Jackson, Thalia Grace, and Nico di Angelo were on their adventure looking for the Sword of Hades, in which Persephone gives them a tracking flower and travel rose to help.
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Persephone grantor of the travel rose and tracking flower

Tracking Flower

A special flower that resembles a carnation, in a sickly yellow color. She gave Percy, Nico, and Thalia this flower to track the thief, who had stolen the Sword of Hades from her husband, Hades, when it was being forged, as the flower would always point in his direction. The petals would die and drop off as he got closer to escaping the Underworld. It finally died when he released the Titan Iapetus. It is unknown what else it can do as this particular flower was created to only track Ethan Nakamura.

Travel Rose

After completing the mission, Persephone gave each of the demigods a red rose that, when crushed, would return them to the land of the living. These were similar to Poseidon's Pearls (in the movie, Persephone's pearls). Only Percy and Thalia used theirs as Nico wanted to stay in the Underworld and he could also leave through Shadow travel.

Trivia

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