Before moving on to kill the god that tried to trap the God of Vegetation, Sora decided to take in all the benefits now. With so much stuff he has to deal with, he can easily deal with the perpetrator.
Looking at all the animals he had received, Sora dumped them all into his Heavenly World to allow them to grow and raise their population.
After doing that, he looked at all the other scriptures, focusing his attention on the elemental oriented scriptures, Sora decided to absorb in those first.
[Obtained Lightning Energy from Lightning Scripture.]
[Obtained Wind(Air) Energy from Wind Scripture.]
[Obtained Water Energy from Sea Scripture.]
[Obtained Earth Energy from Earth Scripture.]
'Haha, looks like I am missing the Wood, Ice, Metal, and Fire Energy if I want to complete this.' Sora chuckled as he looked at the four new energies he had just received.
Looking at the five scriptures left, Sora took in the Healing Scripture first before moving on to the other Scriptures.
[Obtained Healing Energy from Healing Scripture.]
[Obtained Healing Knowledge from Healing Scripture.]
[Obtained All Spear Knowledge from Spearmanship Scripture.]
[Obtained All Archery Knowledge from Archery Scripture.]
[Obtained Medicine Knowledge from Medicine Scripture.]
[Obtained Music and Arts Knowledge from Music and Arts Scripture.]
Staying still, Sora waited for the pain of so much knowledge going into his mind to fade out so that he could accept the weapons and move on.
Sweat rolled down his face as he stood there, struggling to not roar out in pain. Luckily, he had made the three goddesses wait for him further on in Mount Olympus.
After waiting for ten minutes to pass, another good chunk of his Memory Palace seemed to be filled now. Now his Thought Partitions had more knowledge to work with and be able to do something with it.
Slightly rubbing his forehead in pain, Sora retrieved his new weapons and they quickly manifested themselves in front of him. The Thunderbolt materialized itself in his hand in the manner of a spark of electricity before slowly growing more and more before finally regaining its former appearance.
Looking at the Thunderbolt, Sora nodded happily before throwing it into the Realm of the Violet Jade Immortal. He didn't really need weapons like these, especially when he has his Zanpakuto which can turn itself into any weapon and strengthen itself with other materials.
The Trident had manifested itself differently from how the Thunderbolt did. Water condensed from the moisture in the air and slowly hardened and turned into a greenish-blue color ice crystal. The more it hardened, the more the ice crystal began to slowly turn metallic.
When the trident finished forging itself, it planted itself on the ground in front of Sora and a bit of water naturally condensed itself at the base of the trident.
Sora grabbed the spear and admired the way it looked, it had a beautiful sheen of green and it had small markings along the pole that resembled waves. Waving it around for a bit, Sora threw it into the Realm of the Violet Jade Immortal happily whilst looking at the sun rays condensing right in front of himself.
The Sun God's Bow, Sora had always wondered how some Mythological Creatures had managed to grab onto sun rays and create it into a bow. The only thing that he didn't get from Apollo were the arrows, his chariot pulled by fiery horses, his mortal and immortal women, and his v.i.r.g.i.n of a sister.
Sora looked at the amazing spectacle of all the light in the world focusing itself into forging a single bow that was transparent at first. Slowly, the bow gained a more solid and dense form as it slowly descended from the sky and onto his hands.
"Nice," Sora said as he looked at the Bow in his hands before stashing it inside his Realm of the Violet Jade Immortal. He wasn't thinking of using the weapons as materials for his Zanpakuto, he could always find better materials, maybe when he gets enough gold from the fishes inside his Realm of the Violet Jade Immortal.
Walking into Mount Olympus after taking care of everything else Sora met up with Athena, Aphrodite, and Demeter to meet up with the perpetrator of all the problems going on with the world; Hades.
Hades was on his way to leave Mount Olympus after hearing that his brothers and nephew were killed by the God of Vegetation that he had invited, but upon almost making his exit, he heard a loud voice stopping him.
"Where are you going?" Hephaestus stood at the entrance of the room and looked at Hades who was trying to get out of the room. His eyes narrowed as he looked at Hades' shaky movements.
"I'm going back to my Realm, where else would I go?" Hades turned to look at Hephaestus for a split second before turning back. "By the way Hephaestus, why are you here? Don't you live with the Cyclops?"
"I'm here visiting Zeus," Hephaestus maintained his gaze on Hades as he got close to him slowly.
Clenching his bony jaw, Hades realized that he may not be able to leave soon if Hephaestus is going to keep looking at him. So he sat down with Hephaestus and looked at him, "The god that was messing with Greece is visiting Mount Olympus."
"He can't get past the other gods, he's only one god." Hephaestus scoffed as he scratched his beard and smirked at Hades.
"That's where you're wrong, when I went against him, he was able to easily take me down. I was lucky enough to be able to keep my life by feigning death," lied Hades. He had never gone against Sora, but after what he had heard from his subordinates report on Sora instantly killing Zeus, Poseidon, and Apollo, it might as well be true.
He wouldn't come out alive though if he really went against Sora. Remaining alive against Sora has a very slim and non-existant chance of happening.
Though Hephaestus doesn't know that.
"We're going to have to call the Olympian Gods and Goddesses here," Hephaestus turned to Hades with a glare before turning to the open space and yelled.
"Hey! Called me? Tell me something, I'd be sure to send the message," a man flew in through the door quickly and with no sound. He wore a winged hat, a white tunic with a golden pin keeping it together, golden sandals that had some wings attached to them, and he carried a winged staff which had two serpents intertwined on them.
This was Hermes, a messenger god, a shepherd god, thief god, commerce god, and a deity to help souls pass. Though that last one job is going to hell since 5 years ago when Hades lost control of the souls.
"Hermes, call in the other gods," Hephaestus said, not paying attention to Hermes' playful display.
"Your message will be sent as soon as possible!" Hermes yelled as he left the room flying.
Hephaestus rose up from his chair and walked over to Hades before looking down at him. Glaring directly into Hades' eyes, he said, "Although I don't really want to believe you, I will take you word for it and go back up Zeus."
"Great! I will be in the Underworld if you need me," Hades looked so happy and tried to stand up from the chair quickly before his body was held down by a huge hand.
"Not so fast, sack of bones."Hephaestus frowned when he saw Hades turn happy. He didn't see it from Hades' facial expression, because he has no face, but because of the swirl and glow in his eyes.
Zeus had every Olympian God memorise the habits of Hades were something to ever happen, and just now, that is what made Hephaestus stop Hades. To test him, he decided to say something first before letting him go.
"Say, Hades. Do you know who this God who is attacking is and how strong he really is?" Hephaestus kept his hand on Hades' shoulder and looked at him dead in the eyes.
Hades tried to keep calm, but the hand that was pressing him down was beginning to irritate him. He looked back into Hephaestus' eyes and said, "No, all I know is that he is the God of Vegetation and that he is named Attis."
'Half a lie? Hephaestus maintained eye contact the entire time with Hades. He noticed Hades' eyes swirling in the way that told him that he was telling lies, but it didn't swirl as strongly as it's supposed to be. "Do you really not know how strong he is?"
"No," replied Hades.
Hephaestus frowned upon hearing his reply and decided to ask one more question before the other Olympian Gods arrived.
"Are you running away because of how strong the god is?" Hephaestus clamped down harder on Hades as he asked and didn't let go.
"What's with all the questions? Let me go, I have a lot of stuff to deal with-" Hades was struggling to get out of Hephaestus' grip and was cut off by a punch.
"Answer the question Hades!" Hephaestus looked at Hades angrily with his Hammer-like hands holding him down.
"NO! Like I said, I have important things to do!" Hades shouted as he tried to keep his broken jaw in place and heal it quickly.
Hephaestus' eyes widened in anger and picked up Hades from the chair. Holding him up high in the air, Hephaestus threw him to the wall harshly before roaring at him angrily.
"OH NO!" Hermes burst into the room and looked at Hades lying on the ground pitifully before turning to Hephaestus depressingly. "What have you done! Why didn't you let me see that!"
"Tsk," pushing away Hermes, Hephaestus moved to his chair and asked. "Are they making their way here?"
"Yeah! They will be here any second!" Hermes seemed to come out of his depressed state as he jumped up into the air and floated over to his chair.
After waiting for a minute, four people walked into the room flamboyantly. One God and the other three were Goddesses.
Ares, the God of War, wore a helmet, kept a shield and a spear on his hands. His eyes contained a certain brutality in them, using them to scan around the room. His sight fell on Hades lying down on the ground weakly and mocked him inwardly before making his way to his seat.
Walking behind Ares, was the Goddess of Marriage, Women, Childbirth, and Family; Hera. The beautiful goddess was wearing a golden crown on her head, her brown hair cascading down on her snowhite skin. Her big b.r.e.a.s.ts held up by her back and her butt was so supple and bouncing with each step she took.
The goddess had a certain charm with her slightly plump figure, making her look very motherly, yet very e.r.o.t.i.c as she sends flirtive glances with her eyes.
To her left was another beautiful goddess, although she had a peculiar appearance compared to all the mature looking women so far. Goddess of the Hearth, Home, and V.i.r.g.i.nity; Hestia.
Hestia is a beautiful and petite Goddess with a youthful appearance. She has blue eyes and mid-thigh length black hair tied into two twin tails which reach down to her mid thighs. Her hair is tied with hair accessories that feature blue and white petals along with bell shaped ornaments. She was wearing a white mini dress with a blue ribbon around her neck and one tied under her b.r.e.a.s.ts around her arms, and a pair of white gloves.
Compared to the other gods and goddesses who either wear sandals, Hestia is always barefooted. Although compared to them, her feet for some reason never turn dirty. She had a small figure, so with her big b.r.e.a.s.ts, it made her contain a charm and seductive look to her every move that caused her b.r.e.a.s.ts to jiggle.
Right next to her, was Artemis, the Goddess of the Hunt, the Wilderness, Wild Animals, and Chastity. She had wavy brown hair that is held down by a golden crown perched upon her head. She has a quiver on her back loaded with arrows and her bow on her. With her hunting knife strapped together with her quiver, Artemis had her body hugged tightly by her tunic which had a sash wrapped around it.
Her b.r.e.a.s.ts were accentuated thanks to the sash wrapped around her waist that pushed up her b.r.e.a.s.ts. With her posture as straight as a spear that was trained to keep high alert through her years of hunting, Artemis' butt looked bigger and rounder as it was pushed out.
Looking around the room, Artemis began frowning when she noticed the presence of the other six Olympian Gods; Zeus, Poseidon, Artemis, Aphrodite, Demeter, and of course, her lovely brother Apollo.
She took a seat on her chair and her worries began to increase when she looked around and noticed Hades sprawled on the floor.