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Mount Olympus
Mountain of the Vulcans
It's so terrifying, that even Zeus' jaw dropped when he first saw Mount Othrys.
—Rick Riordan & Homer

Mount Othrys, is a world featured in Greek Mythology. It first appears in 700 B.C. in Hesiod's Greek myth story.

Mount Othrys is based on the location of the same name from Greek Mythology. It is also based on the concept of Fear.


Mount Othrys is the world where Cronus and Rhea, the parents of the main six Olympians lived. All, if not most of the titans resided there. It is also where Cronus took down Uranus and where Zeus took down Cronus. It is considered to be very terrifying when you first set eyes on it, because even the king of the gods' jaw dropped when he first saw Mount Othrys. The Mountain Othrys is also supposed to be a close resemblance to even the dangerous and scary Fear itself. Uranus and Gaia apparently made the castle that resides on it.

Othrys is supposed to be based on fear and according to Homer (or Hesiod), even Zeus' jaw dropped when he first saw Mount Othrys, and he was the king [and protector] of the gods and goddesses.


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On-Screen NotesEdit

  • Mount Othrys is considered a "Heaven" but not said by Zeus directly.
    • However, Atlas was forced to hold it up as part of his punishment against the gods.
  • Zeus is currently the ruler of Othrys as he rules all the cosmos, meaning every location, including Mount Othrys.



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