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Artemis driving her chariot.

Artemis' Chariot, also known as the Moon Chariot, is made of silver and pulled by four golden reindeer with silver horns. The reins of her chariot are made of silver too.

History

Selene's Battle with Typhon

Before Artemis became goddess of the moon, the Titaness Selene owned the moon chariot, which she drove across the sky at night. When Typhon began his path of destruction to Mount Olympus, Selene rode into battle with the moon chariot. The encounter left the scars and craters seen on the moon up to this very day.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians

The Titan's Curse

Artemis summons her chariot after the battle against Atlas to get Percy Jackson, Thalia Grace, Zoë Nightshade, Grover Underwood, and Annabeth Chase to a safe place, where she then turns Zoë into the constellation, "The Huntress". Artemis then leaves to attend the winter solstice meeting at Olympus.

The Last Olympian

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Artemis, owner of the chariot

Percy mentions that Artemis is fighting Typhon in her chariot, a monster who broke free a second time, and came to help Kronos. It is stated that it looks like Santa Claus' sleigh, except for the fact a girl is driving, and there are silver arrows being shot out of it.

Artemis was the moon goddess because when riding in her chariot the people of Greece thought she was driving the moon across the sky as her brother, Apollo, drove the sun across the sky.

Appearance

In The Titan's Curse, it is described as what Santa Claus' sleigh was based upon by mortals. The chariot is entirely silver with the exception of its four golden reindeer (whom have silver horns). It can also shoot silver arrows.

Trivia

  • According to Artemis in The Titan's Curse, the idea of Santa Claus' sleigh is based off her own chariot, including the reindeer.
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Personal Weapons: Riptide | Annabeth's Knife | Backbiter | Frank's Spear | Hazel's Spatha | Katoptris | Nico's Sword | Thalia's Spear | Aegis | Maimer | Kronos' Scythe | Ivlivs | Master Bolt | Poseidon's Trident | Sword of Hades | Reyna's Spear | Hades' Staff | Juno's Gladius | Annabeth's Sword | Sumarbrander | Mjølnir | Thor's Staff | Khopesh | Mallory's Serrated Knife
Magical Items: Annabeth's Yankees Cap | Helm of Darkness | Keys of Hades | Flying Chariot | Golden Apple | Greek Fire | Hermes' Multivitamins | Leo's Magical Toolbelt | Nectar and Ambrosia | Pandora's Pithos | Winged Shoes | The Golden Fleece | Stygian Ice Whistle | Serapis' Staff
Spoils of War: The Minotaur's Horn | Medusa's Head | Kampê's Scimitars | Nemean Lion's Pelt | Gorgon Blood | Cornucopia
Items: Camp Necklace | Chameleon Armor | Daedalus' Laptop | Golden drachma | Denarius | Mark of Athena | The Pax | Video Shield | Wristwatch Shield | Golden Mango | Sibylline Books
Blessed Metals: Celestial Bronze | Imperial Gold | Stygian Iron | Bone Steel

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