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Ares
used in The House of Hades

34 uses
  • The voices of Mars and Ares spoke in his mind, strong and unified: Break them!
    p. 509.2
  • The voice of Ares shouted back: Kill the Romans!
    p. 116.0
  • While Ares screamed that Athena's children couldn't be trusted, and Mars bellowed at him to kill all the Greeks, Frank had grown to respect Annabeth.
    p. 116.9
  • Ares cried.
    p. 117.9
  • Leo made things harder by constantly teasing Frank, and Ares demanded that Frank retaliate for every insult.
    p. 118.2
  • Mars and Ares were trying to outsing each other with "Dixie" and "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
    p. 127.5
  • He yelled at the top of his lungs, imagining himself as a fearsome rhinoceros, but with Ares and Mars screaming in his head, he couldn't concentrate.
    p. 129.9
  • The voices of Mars and Ares yelled in his head, urging him to kill Nico and the man in denim and anyone else he could find, but Frank forced down the noise.
    p. 134.1
  • Ares yelled back.
    p. 138.9
  • Ares and Mars screamed in his head, Swords!
    p. 141.2
  • Ares screamed in his head.
    p. 143.4
  • Ares screamed back.
    p. 143.6
  • Ares screamed.
    p. 144.7
  • The demigod Cadmus had slain a dragon that happened to be a child of Ares.
    p. 144.9
  • How Ares had ended up with a dragon for a son, Frank didn't want to know; but as punishment for the dragon's death, Ares turned Cadmus into a snake.
    p. 144.9
  • How Ares had ended up with a dragon for a son, Frank didn't want to know; but as punishment for the dragon's death, Ares turned Cadmus into a snake.
    p. 145.0
  • Ares roared.
    p. 145.2
  • Ares shouted.
    p. 145.3
  • Horatius, then, Ares suggested.
    p. 145.4
  • Ares said.
    p. 145.9
  • The voices of Mars and Ares screamed right along with him.
    p. 150.2
  • When he glanced back, a miniature mushroom cloud erupted from the middle of the bridge, rings of fire washing outward, and a pair of voices—Mars and Ares—screamed, "Noooo!"
    p. 152.7
  • Percy felt exactly like he had at twelve years old, battling Ares on that beach in Los Angeles, when the shadow of the Titan lord had first passed over him.
    p. 231.1
  • Damasen was created to oppose Ares.
    p. 309.2
  • My foe was Ares.
    p. 309.3
  • But Ares was the god of war.
    p. 309.3
  • Annabeth could see how he was the anti-Ares.
    p. 311.5
  • Ares was the worst god, blustery and violent.
    p. 311.5
  • There was no sound, but Clarisse LaRue from the Ares Cabin was yelling orders at the campers, forming them into lines.
    p. 390.2
  • "Always had a soft spot for children of Ares," Hedge muttered.
    p. 482.1
  • Ares kid.
    p. 482.3
  • For the first time in days, the voices of Ares and Mars had started to argue again in the back of Frank's mind, debating their favorite forms of violent death.
    p. 491.4
  • In his mind, Ares and Mars had gone silent, but Frank thought he heard other voices whispering in the side corridors, beckoning him to veer off course, to come closer and listen to them speak.
    p. 495.3
  • That voice .... it wasn't Ares or Mars.
    p. 498.2

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