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|row4 = [[Pembroke]]
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[[Chronos]]
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*[[Athena]]
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'''The Meeting of Pembroke''' was a secret meeting hosted by the Titan Chronos in his island nation in the form of the [[Kingdom of Pembroke]] to have the Zeus loyalist Athena meet with Ares in order to bring her information that was believed to force her turn away from Zeus.
 
'''The Meeting of Pembroke''' was a secret meeting hosted by the Titan Chronos in his island nation in the form of the [[Kingdom of Pembroke]] to have the Zeus loyalist Athena meet with Ares in order to bring her information that was believed to force her turn away from Zeus.
   

Revision as of 02:40, November 6, 2018

The Meeting of Pembroke was a secret meeting hosted by the Titan Chronos in his island nation in the form of the Kingdom of Pembroke to have the Zeus loyalist Athena meet with Ares in order to bring her information that was believed to force her turn away from Zeus.

Chronos and Athena had grown close during his time imprisoned in the jails of Olympus and eventually this relationship had led to Athena being able to justify turning against Zeus in order to get him and his people released from prison, and this event in the form of the Release of Chronos was a monumental moment as it signaled the departure of Athena as a die hard loyalist to Zeus.

Background

Release of Chronos

Main Article : The Release of Chronos

Chronos and Athena had grown close during his time imprisoned in the jails of Olympus and eventually this relationship had led to Athena being able to justify turning against Zeus in order to get him and his people released from prison, and this event in the form of the Release of Chronos was a monumental moment as it signaled the departure of Athena as a die hard loyalist to Zeus.

Prelude

The Meeting

Aftermath

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