Cabin for Aphrodite's children
|“||Gah, is that where super models go to die?||”|
–Piper's reaction to Aphrodite's Cabin when she first saw it
Aphrodite's cabin has a painted roof, with pillars and a blue-and-white checkerboard deck with steps and gray walls. It is filled with beautiful girls with designer clothing and very good-looking, handsome boys. In The Lost Hero, the cabin is described as a pink 'Barbie house' with a pink door, lace curtains and potted carnations by the window. The inside of the cabin smells very heavily of perfume. The inner walls of the cabin are pink with white window trim. The curtains and beds are pastel blue and green. Every person has a chest with their name painted on it to store their belongings. Their personal bunk spaces were decorated with famous and attractive Hollywood movie stars and singers, and with the pictures of their family members too.
Cabin Members Edit
- Silena Beauregard (former counselor; deceased)
- Drew Tanaka (former counselor; stepped down after being challenged by Piper McLean)
- Piper McLean (Head counselor)
- Nine unnamed daughters of Aphrodite
- Four unnamed sons of Aphrodite
Magic Items Edit
- The Shoes of Shame are non-magical white orthodontist shoes that Drew used for punishment.
- In The Lost Hero, there is a wall with pictures of hot guys/girls, including a King of Sparta poster (the actor being Tristan McLean). This poster was torn down by Drew.
- A gold painted mango, possibly not kept, was sent "For the Hottest" by Connor and Travis Stoll.
- Drew's makeup compact and hair dryer.
- Control over clothes, makeup, and jewelry.
- Ability to change their physical features.
- Some have the ability to Charmspeak.
- The ability to speak fluent French.
- High social abilities and awareness.
FilmEditThe cabin isn't seen in the film version of The Lightning Thief, although a group of Aphrodite girls can be seen waving to Grover in one of the scenes in the lake.
In The Lost Hero, one camper tells Piper about the rite of passage. For a child of Aphrodite to prove themselves, they must make someone fall in love with them and then break that someone's heart. It is unknown how this got started. At the end of the book, Piper decides to get rid of it after becoming head counselor. Silena Beauregard also broke the rite of passage tradition, when she fell in love with Beckendorf and stayed in love with him.
|1st: Zeus||Jason Grace | Thalia Grace (Temporarily)|
|2nd: Hera||None: "Hera doesn't run around having affairs with mortals. That is her husband's job."|
|3rd: Poseidon||Percy Jackson | Tyson|
|4th: Demeter||Katie Gardner | Miranda Gardiner|
|5th: Ares||Clarisse La Rue | Sherman | Mark|
|6th: Athena||Annabeth Chase | Malcolm|
|7th: Apollo||Lee Fletcher | Michael Yew | Will Solace | Kayla | Austin|
|8th: Artemis||The Hunters of Artemis|
|9th: Hephaestus||Charles Beckendorf | Jake Mason | Leo Valdez | Nyssa | Christopher | Harley|
|10th: Aphrodite||Silena Beauregard | Piper McLean | Drew | Lacy | Mitchell|
|11th: Hermes||Luke Castellan | Connor Stoll | Travis Stoll | Chris Rodriguez|
|12th: Dionysus||Castor | Pollux|
|13th: Hades||Nico di Angelo|
|16th: Nemesis||Unknown campers|
|17th: Nike||Unknown campers|
|18th: Hebe||Unknown campers|
|19th: Tyche||Unknown campers|
|20th: Hecate||Lou Ellen|