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'''Drakopoulos' Journal''' refers to the notes of [[Drakopoulos]], an early [[hunter]] from Greece. He tangled with [[Zeus]] in the past and hence found out a way to trap and kill him. His findings were subsequently recorded in this journal.
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'''Drakopoulos' journal''' refers to the notes of [[Drakopoulos]], an early [[hunter]] from Greece. He tangled with [[Zeus]] in the past and hence found out a way to trap and kill him. His findings were subsequently recorded in this journal.
   
 
==Contents==
 
==Contents==
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==Possession==
 
==Possession==
It was in his possession presumably till his death. Later it was found by the [[Men of Letters]] and was translated into English. It was stored along with all other archives at their [[Men of Letters bunker|base]].
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It was found by the [[Men of Letters]] and was translated into English. It was stored along with all other archives at their [[Men of Letters bunker|base]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 12:56, December 13, 2015

Drakojornal

Dean with Drakopoulos' journal.

Drakopoulos' journal refers to the notes of Drakopoulos, an early hunter from Greece. He tangled with Zeus in the past and hence found out a way to trap and kill him. His findings were subsequently recorded in this journal.

Contents

One of the important contents of the journal was the ritual to trap Zeus. It detailed the various ingredients and steps to trap the deity and also his vulnerabilities if needed, to kill him.

Possession

It was found by the Men of Letters and was translated into English. It was stored along with all other archives at their base.

Appearances

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