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Dionysus
used in The Mark of Athena

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Definition
Greek mythology:  god of wine and fertility and drama
  • She knew the god in his Greek form, Dionysus—or Mr. D, as they called him back at Camp Half-Blood.
    p. 38.5
  • "Dionysus," Percy muttered.
    p. 116.6
  • "At Camp Half-Blood," Percy said, "I know you as Mr. D—Dionysus."
    p. 123.9
  • Dionysus snarled.
    p. 125.8
  • Dionysus sent us here.
    p. 192.1
  • Ephialtes and Otis .... well, together they were sort of the anti-Dionysus.
    p. 193.4
  • Oh, of course they wanted to kill Dionysus.
    p. 193.5
  • And of all the gods who might help them, the only ones not affected by the Greek–Roman schism seemed to be Aphrodite, Nemesis, and Dionysus.
    p. 233.9
  • The only god who understands me even a little bit is Dionysus.
    p. 329.6
  • The great Dionysus!
    p. 373.5
  • Dionysus will be severely cranky with you for having delayed our voyage.
    p. 373.7
  • So you admit Dionysus is our director!
    p. 374.1
  • "Dionysus," Percy called, holding up Chrysaor's golden mask.
    p. 377.4
  • He had no faith that Dionysus would hear them or care, much less help them in their battle against the twin giants, but he had to try.
    p. 378.2
  • He'd changed out of the gladiator armor and was now wearing a Hawaiian shirt that even Dionysus would've found vulgar.
    p. 506.4
  • You see, my girl, I am the anti-Dionysus.
    p. 511.0
  • Dionysus thinks he knows parties?
    p. 511.1
  • Ephialtes wasn't so much the anti-Dionysus.
    p. 514.6
  • He was Dionysus gone crazy on steroids.
    p. 514.6
  • Sure, Dionysus was the god of revelry and out-of-control parties.
    p. 514.7
  • Was that Dionysus?
    p. 534.1

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