Olympus is the kingdom ruled by Zeus. The majority of the Gods and Goddesses live on Olympus. Olympus is a modern-day metropolis and is brightly colored and brightly lit. Olympus experiences day and night, unlike the Underworld

Locations on Olympus[edit | edit source]

Zeus and Hera's Home[edit | edit source]

Zeus and Hera live in a large mansion on Olympus. Every year, they throw a large party at their home. Hades and Persephone were attending the party separately when Hades first saw and fell in love with Persephone.

The home has a lot of large, open rooms, columns, staircases, and statues. At the top of the grand staircase at the entrance, there is a large family photo of the three Kings accompanied by their Queens. In another room, there is a potrait of Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades in their kingly-garb. Their home also has a hallway with large potraits of Hermes and Apollo, and presumbly potraits of the other 12 Olympians lining the hall as well. Behind the home, there is a large garden. The front door of the house is glass with golden handles.

Main rooms in the house include: the main entrance, featuring the grand staircase and Hera's sitting room, where she talks to Persephone.

Artemis and Persephone's Home[edit | edit source]

Artemis lives in a modern home in a neighbourhood on Olympus. It is a large two-story house with a parking area underneath. Many of the walls are windows. Artemis invited Persephone to move in with her after Demeter refused to allow Persephone to move to Olympus for college. They each have their own bedroom and bathroom. Other rooms in the house include the living room, where guests are entertained, and a large kitchen with an island. In the yard, Artemis has set up targets for archery practice. Artemis has a cat, Retsina, who also lives in the house. 

Men are forbidden in the house because Artemis and Persephone are virgin goddesses, members of The Goddesses of Eternal Maidenhood. However, Artemis allows men inside when it suits her. Men that have been allowed inside are Apollo, Hermes, Eros and Hades (reluctantly).

They keep a key under the doormat, which Eros used to get in when he sensed that Persephone was about to admit her crush on Hades. 

Artemis' room[edit | edit source]

Artemis' room has a deer head hanging near the head of her bed, to represent herself as Goddess of the Hunt. Artemis has a lot of fancy dresses in her closet.

Persephone's room[edit | edit source]

Persephone's room has a large bed pushed against a corner, with bookshelves on the walls at both corners surrounding her bed. She still has some boxes that need to be unpacked due to her recent move. She has a small desk on one side of her bed.

Zeus' Office[edit | edit source]

Zeus has an office on Olympus. The office has large windows with blinds.  In Zeus' main office room, he has a large desk. On his desk, he has a laptop, a phone, and a small picture frame with a photo of him and Hera inside. Behind his desk is a poster of thunder, this a parody of common office motivational posters. It is here where he doles out punishments. There is a waiting room somewhere outside the office. 

Thetis (Zeus' Personal Assistant and "secret" lover) has a desk with a computer outside of Zeus' office, separated by glass doors. She uses her computer to send Minthe the Weekly Nark article about Persephone and Hades.

The Mall[edit | edit source]

Eros takes Persephone to the mall to shop when he learns that she doesn't have any Olympus-appropriate clothing. Artemis tags along. Eros buys her clothes here. The mall is also where Persephone and Apollo meet when he waits for them in the parking lot. 

Strip Club[edit | edit source]

Olympus has a strip club where Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades attend family brunch, even though they've been kicked out before- Zeus for butt pinching, Hades for poaching their best dancer by offering her a job, and Poseidon for breaking the mermaid tank. However, Hades pays 2000 drachma to reimburse them for the mermaid tank, so the brothers are allowed to stay for brunch. The club has several tables, large tanks with mermaids in them, and several podiums and poles for the dancers employed there.

It is here that Zeus and Poseidon rag on Hades for his crush on Persephone, and where Hera disguises herself as one of the nymph dancers to eavesdrop on the brothers.

The University[edit | edit source]

Persephone, Tori, and other students attend university on Olympus. It is unknown if this is the only university on Olympus, but it appears to be the most prestigious. On the first day of her Biochemistry Theory class, Persephone meets Tori and another classmate, who ask if she is the one in the Weekly Nark article. The university has a number of different nymphs and other species both attending as students and teaching classes. It appears rare for a God or Goddess to attend, as Persephone's classmates are awed by the reveal that she is a Goddess.

Tori is the roommate of Alex, who took the picture and wrote the article in the Weekly Nark about Persephone & Hades. It is unknown if Alex also attends the same university.


Park[edit | edit source]

After Cerberus rescues Persephone from Apollo's car, Cerberus and Persephone spend the afternoon together eating lunch, napping, studying, and looking at laptop ads under a tree. The tree appears to be on the outskirts of Olympus, as the city skyline can be seen in the distance and Helios can be seen walking past at one point. 

Hestia's Home[edit | edit source]

Hestia lives in a large, modern home. She hosts the meetings for The Goddesses of Eternal Maidenhood here. This is where Persephone was offered her scholarship and where Artemis offered to allow Persephone to stay with her. 

Aphrodite's Home[edit | edit source]

Aphrodite has a home where Eros and her younger children Storge, Mania, Pragma, Philautia, Ludus, Philia, and Agape all live, along with the nymph Ampelus. 

Eros' Apartment[edit | edit source]

Eros had an apartment that he, Psyche, and their pet pig Sweet Pea lived in after he brought them to Olympus from the Mortal Realm. The apartment is located on a floating island. Psyche became disillusioned with Eros after not being allowed to leave the premises of the apartment.  

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