Razor-Edge of Fate (Thursday Night)
"My child, know this: though you are the offspring of a god of Olympus, you are not one of them. That as long as you live you will stride across two worlds, but not truly be welcome in either. Both men and gods will want to use you to their advantage. And because you are greater than mortal men, your better nature must rise to meet the challenges that are set before you, for in your heart of hearts you are a hero. As a hero, a demigod, you will be stalked by monsters, demons and lesser gods who will hate you for the sake of your mere existence. The artifacts of the modern world will not make fighting them any easier than if you limited yourself to the weapons used by the ancient Greeks. Know that when the worlds of men and the halls of the gods are threatened, it will fall to you to undertake the task for such is your life, your purpose, and the geas that the Fates have set upon you at birth."
The skein of Fate brings change. There are more living demigods now than at any time since the Trojan War. A god has been killed. Ancient powers, long quiet, are growing more active. The Olympians themselves seem worried. The strands of fate have drawn demigods together once more. Are they the hunters or the prey?