Camp Jupiter

Some articles on camp, camp jupiter:

Grover Underwood - Demigods
... the Titan War after refusing staying at Camp Half-Blood ... Bobby - Bobby is a caregiver of Hannibal (Camp Jupiter's war elephant) ... He first appears in The Lost Hero, where he is considered Camp Half-Blood's best equestrian after Percy ...
List Of Characters In The Percy Jackson And The Olympians Series And In The Heroes Of Olympus Series - Demigods
... He was sent in exile after the Titan War after refusing to stay at Camp Half-Blood ... Bobby Bobby is a caregiver of Hannibal (Camp Jupiter's war elephant) ... He first appears in The Lost Hero, where he is considered Camp Half-Blood's best equestrian after Percy ...
Grover Underwood - Olympians - Minor Gods
... with Olympus and is granted cabin 14 at Camp Half-blood ... Heracles was mentioned a lot in the Camp Half-Blood franchise ... Her cabin at Camp Half-Blood is cabin 14 ...
Percy Jackson - Summary / First Book - The Heroes of Olympus - The Son of Neptune
... Percy is then taken into the camp after Juno introduces him to Camp Jupiter ... During war games, a Camp Jupiter activity, Percy impresses everyone with his battle skills and instincts, even though they are not Roman tactics and are more Greek-style ... Percy regains his memory as they race back to Camp Jupiter ...

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