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Character Portrait: Reagan Devereux

Daughter of Poseidon

Character Portrait: Tarra Anderson

Daughter of Hera

Character Portrait: Erin Davenport

Daughter of Dionysus

Character Portrait: Khayla Sinclair

"I need this to mean something."

Character Portrait: Chauncey Moore

of Athena

Character Portrait: Asher Scott

of Hermes

Character Portrait: Percival Reese

Son of Hephaestus

Character Portrait: Sebastian Rhodes

Son of Aphrodite

Character Portrait: Lux Slade

Daughter of Apollo

Character Portrait: Ann Akimiya

You'll never see it coming

Character Portrait: Elliot Mills

"Great heroes need great sorrows and burdens, or half their greatness goes unnoticed. It is all part of the fairy tale."

Character Portrait: Kal Min-Su

"Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I've ever known."

Character Portrait: Amelia May

"a strong woman looks a challenge dead in the eye and gives it a wink."

Character Portrait: Ali Hughes

hearth and home

Character Portrait: Cadence Perry

of aphrodite

Character Portrait: Theodore Luvgoode

Child of Hades

Character Portrait: Thomas Andica

Son of Poseidon

Character Portrait: Riley Hayfield

Daughter of Artemis

Character Portrait: Maya Torres

Mr. Shepard, just hear me out on this one. Why can't we just...have class outside all the time? Books can be outside right, they'll be fine.

Character Portrait: Leland Shepard

If you’re going to cheat in my class, at least have the decency to be good at it.

Character Portrait: Calden Archer

Hot headed son of Zeus.

Character Portrait: Jesse Lynn Bower

Legacy's resident Social Studies teacher and (mostly) reformed con artist.

Character Portrait: Wesley Tate

What's the point of playing if you don't intend to win?

Character Portrait: Abby Rae Jarvis

Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured."[/b] [i]- Mark Twain

Character Portrait: Juniper McKinney

Mistakes are a part of life, they don’t define us. What’s important is how you pick up the pieces, and if you put yourself back together stronger or not.