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Hephaestus
used in The Hidden Oracle

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Greek mythology:  the god of fire and metalworking who needed a stick to walk
  • Hephaestus simply split one's skull open and extracted whatever newborn god or goddess happened to be banging around in there.
    p. 116.4
  • After addressing the disappearance of Miranda Gardiner—"As a precautionary measure, please stay away from the woods until we know more"—Chiron called forward the young son of Hephaestus to explain how the three-legged death race would work.
    p. 119.3
  • It was the same look his father, Hephaestus, got whenever he invented some automaton that would later go berserk and start destroying cities.
    p. 122.7
  • Harley ran back to the Hephaestus table to join his older sister, Nyssa.
    p. 123.5
  • I was reminded of the time Hephaestus and I had to wrestle the god Hypnos back to bed after he sleepwalked into Artemis's private chambers on Mount Olympus.
    p. 147.9
  • As was so often the case with Hephaestus's children, Harley was tinkering with some mechanical device, moving the springs and gears around.
    p. 151.8
  • Never stop inventing, son of Hephaestus.
    p. 181.9
  • The work of Hephaestus?
    p. 212.3
  • Did you know the children of Hephaestus have a hidden workshop to the north called Bunker Nine?
    p. 223.5
  • Its breath smelled worse than Hephaestus's work shirts.
    p. 230.8
  • Believe me, the only thing that smells worse than Hephaestus's work shirts is a myrmeke boiling in its own shell.
    p. 231.7
  • That's really more of Hephaestus's specialty."
    p. 317.0

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