Olympia, also known as The Basilea, is the commander of Hypolita. After fighting in the first war against the Polypontian Empire, Olympia eventually married Olememnon, dying with him because of Erinor and her Hordes.

History Edit

Blade of Fire Edit

20 years after defeating the Polypontian Empire, during the feast to celebrate the most recent victory against the Ice Trolls, Olympia was found sitting next to her husband Olememnon. After Tharaman-Thar eventually spotted them, he instantly challenged Olememnon to a drinking contest. However, his offer was cut off when Thirrin demanded that they must discuss Ice Troll matters first.

After Tharaman complies, Thirrin starts off the meeting by pointing out that the Ice Trolls were carrying metal war hammers instead of their usual antler spears and stone clubs. She then adds that the Polypontian Empire was most likely aiding them. Still, she questions why they do not attack them in the summer while there was no ice to hold the Ice Trolls back. Tharina then replies in a sing-song voice that they hibernate in the summer and that the sun burns them and gives them blisters.

Tharaman starts to mock Scipio, thinking that the general had not thought humans would come to their aid because they were just oversized pets. Krisafitsa just replies that he is an over-sized pet. Instead of taking offence, he adds that he also loved beer.

After licking off the stray droplets of wine from his whiskers, Tharaman declares he had finished a bowl and asked Olenemnin how many he had finished. Olenemnin replies three and Thharaman whines that he only drank one and was at a disadvantage because he was discussing important matters. For the rest of the night, everyone ate and drank. Eventually, large groups of men started to sing offensive songs lead by Tharaman and Olememnon.

Suddenly, Thirrin calls out to the Basilea and asks when her soldiers would be ready to march. After replying three days, Thirrin demands that she shortens it down to two.

Basilea lists off all of the things that her army must do and Thirrin gives her two and a half days instead. Next, Thirrin asked the werewolves when their army could march out. Upik replies that they were all ready to march and that the wounded would have to manage,

Tharaman-Thar quickly declares that they should continue with their feast. Almost instantly, Olememnon announces he is on his tenth bottle. Krisafitsa just giggles at Tharaman-Thar's look of war in his eyes as he continued his drinking contest with Olememnon.


References Edit


  1. 1.0 1.1 Hill, Stuart (2007). Blade of Fire. United Kingdom, 2 Palmer Street, Frome, Somerset BA11 1DS: Chicken House, Scholastic. Chapter 1; pages 1–8. ISBN 0-439-84122-4.