She walked up to Nico, who was standing to one side in the shadows, as usual. She grabbed his hand and pulled him gently into the firelight. “We had one home,” she said. “Now we have two.” She gave Nico a big hug and the crowd roared with approval. For once, Nico didn’t feel like pulling away. He buried his face in Reyna’s shoulder and blinked the tears out of his eyes.
pjo history → an issue of the olympian daily during wwii
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since my post on pjo history received such a response, which i can’t thank you all enough for, i wanted to create a lil snippet from “the olympian daily,” the go-to newspaper for all the best updates; they publish new issues faster than hermes can run!
Piper was maybe the most impressive. She fenced with the giantess
Periboia, sword against sword. Despite the fact that her opponent was
five times larger, Piper seemed to be holding her own. The goddess
Aphrodite floated around them on a small white cloud, strewing rose
petals in the giantess’s eyes and calling encouragement to Piper.