Tags: greek mythology, Percy Jackson and The Olympians, Poptropica, Rick Riordan
Since I’ve been getting a lot of this ‘mythology gods name poptropica’ searches in my blog, I decided to make this post.
If you’re in problem with the short quiz that Aphrodite will give you in the game, then I suggest that you enter the Museum of Olympus in Main Street first before taking her test. But since you’re here, here are the gods’ and goddesses’ statue in the museum, along with their names:
And by the way, that’s my character. Hee hee, I copied Aphrodite’s dress ^.^. (My name in Poptropica is Busy Leopard.)
–> First, you’ll see the statue of the Goddess of Agriculture, Demeter (left) and the Queen of the Immortals, Hera (right). Got it because Demeter holds wheat while Hera….well uh, she has a crown (^.^)
–>Then here are Dionysus, the god of wine; Hermes, the messenger of the gods; and Aphrodite, the goddess of love. It’s pretty obvious since the statue on the left is holding a wine cup (and he looks drunk too^^,), the middle statue holds a caduceus and is wearing a winged cap (but where’s the winged sandals??), and the girl on the right keeps looking at her self in her mirror.
–> Here we have Artemis, the goddess of Hunting, and Ares, the war god. Being the goddess of hunting, Artemis is aiming her bow and arrow, while the god of war is holding a shield.
–>You can see the statue of Athena (goddess of Wisdom) and Hephaestus (blacksmith god) in the upper-left part of the museum. So Athena is wearing her helmet and Hephaestus is obviously Hephaestus if you would compare him with the other statues. (hee hee hee….)
–>Above the statues of Ares and Artemis are Apollo (the Jack-of-all-trades god) and Hestia. As the god of music, Apollo is holding a lyre, while the goddess of the Home, Hestia, carries an amphora.
–>Last, but DEFINITELY not the least, are the statues of the Big Three (as what they are called in the ‘Percy Jackson and The Olympians’ series), Hades, who is wearing his underworld crown is the god of the underworld; Zeus, the god of the sky is holding his lightning bolt; and Poseidon, the god of the sea, holds his trident.
So that’s a trip at Poptropica’s Mythology Island’s Museum.