While Isaac was as hungry as ever, his mind was too filled with questions to concentrate much on eating. He offered fully half of the food on his plate to Athena along with a short prayer for wisdom and guidance, then sat down with the rest of his half-siblings, many of them talking excitedly about the mysterious prophecy and trying to decipher its meaning. They threw a number of questions Isaac's way since he had been chosen to take part in this quest, but Isaac would only answer with noncommittal monosyllables, too absorbed in his own thoughts to take part in the conversation around him. He tried to fit together everything in the prophecy, but as was so typical with prophecies, most of it was so cryptic that it probably wouldn't make sense until it came to pass. A few things were certain: the defeat of Gaea had woken someone - or something - even worse. The ones with the power to stop it included himself, the newcomer, Syrus, and a few others that Isaac hadn't met yet. Talk of the new moon probably meant one of Artemis's hunters was to take part in the quest, but the Hunters weren't here, which was confusing if one of them was supposed to join them. Luck might refer to Tyche. She had a few kids here, so that would make sense. Two sides of the same coin might refer to Nemesis as she was essentially the antithesis of Tyche, but the rest of it still made no sense to Isaac as he pondered the words. He finally finished his dinner, later than most of the other campers, and headed to the Big House. He showed Redwood the mark on his hand as he entered and headed to the war room. He took a seat around the ping pong table and waited.