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Zeus Fist

If looked at from a certain angle, it looks like a large fist. If looked at from any other angle, it looks like a pile of deer droppings. The campers are prohibited from calling it "Poop Pile", as Zeus tends to be picky about things that bear his name. Chiron believes it's disrespectful to call something a "pile of deer poop" after it was initially named after the king of the gods. It's often used in Capture the Flag as a location for a flag, as it is clearly visible and hard to climb.

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Grove of Dodona

A stand of sacred oaks planted by the Titaness, Rhea, in the first days of the world. These sacred trees could actually speak and sometimes even issued prophecies. Hence, in ancient times, the priests of Dodona would take every imaginable care of the trees and channeled the trees' voices by hanging wind chimes in their branches. Given proper care, the trees could divine the future, and therefore served as an Oracle of sorts. (Interestingly, the Grove of Dodona was unique in that it had no connection with Apollo, the god of prophecy, since the trees' powers emanated from Rhea instead.) Without proper care, though, the voices of the trees would become unfocused and disharmonious, and the grove itself would eventually drive mortals to madness. It must still be noted, though, that Rhea had planted Dodona to serve as a benevolent force, and Apollo confirmed that it had indeed helped heroes in the past: for example, the masthead of the original Argo, which could speak to the Argonauts and give them guidance, was carved from a branch cultivated from one of the sacred trees in the grove by the priests of Dodona. The original Grove of Dodona was eventually burned by Emperor Theodosius, who ordered the last oak cut down. At some point after the 1860s, once the Olympians had moved to America and Camp Half-Blood had been established, the Grove re-grew mysteriously in the forest around Camp Half-Blood. The Myrmeke' lair is currently the only known entrance to the grove.

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Zephyros Creek

The creek that runs through the forest and named after Zephyros the minor god of the gentle west wind and spring.

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