Over the last two years, the sea god Pontus has outwardly continued his loyal service to his superior Poseidon. Yet inwardly he cannot bring himself to give reprieve to Poseidon after the mighty god fell his son Fredelig and his wife Juni at the shores of Norway. With Poseidon assigning Pontus the task of retrieving a sacred water artifact thought to be buried under the sands on the eastern shore of the Gunga River, Pontus has decided it is time to exact a measure of revenge. Pontus seeks the aid of Elixabeth Oslo, the daughter of Juni and adoptive daughter of Fredelig. Elixabeth, like Pontus is still unable to overcome her feelings of grief and rage about the deaths of Fredelig and Juni and thus, Pontus views her as the perfect instrument to carry out his plan.
The Quest can end in one of two ways. Elixabeth can ultimately choose to aid in her grandfather's scheme by taking the trident to the Dead Sea or refuse by bringing it back to Camp Half-Blood and giving it to Alexander the Great to be returned to Poseidon. If Elixabeth ultimately intends to deliver the trident to Pontus, she will lie to her companions and say that Poseidon wants the Trident delivered to the Dead Sea.
1. 3 Empousas during the flight from New York to Amsterdam
2. 4 Harpies at night in the Amsterdam Hotel
3. 2 Giant Cetea while on the river.
4. The son of Poseidon
Number of Co-Questors Desired
okay there's no way in hell a bunch of demigods would agree to kill an innocent son of Poseidon. Plus if Pontus hates Poseidon. He'd be considered an enemy of the gods. And as such he would not be allowed to issue quests
00:25, June 25, 2013 (UTC)
hmmmm, alright now for this to work. the questors should only know they need to posey's trident. and should know nothing of pontus' plot of revenge. but then again, wouldn't the questors stop elixabeth if she tries to go along with it?01:12, June 25, 2013 (UTC)