The next bad guy pops up: He's a Latin-speaking, nasty-looking guy named Lycaon, king of the wolves.
Back in the day, Lycaon asked Zeus to dinner and tried to feed him human flesh, so Zeus killed all his sons in retaliation… which seems maybe a little excessive. He also turned Lycaon into the first ever werewolf.
Lycaon says he won't kill Jason because some other woman wants to kill him first. He will, however, happily kill everyone else.
Piper tries to charmspeak Lycaon, but as is often the case, it doesn't work.
Jason uses his sword, but it just goes through Lycaon, who can only be hurt by silver. Bummer.
Leo throws some gasoline and lights it on fire, which keeps the wolves off. He tires out quickly, though.
It looks like the end… but since there are still a bunch of pages on the right side of the book, it probably isn't.
And, sure enough, arrows come flying out of nowhere, killing lots of wolves.
Lycaon gets hit with arrows, and actually yells, "Curse them!"
Good-guy white wolves show up, followed by the Hunters of Artemis.
Thalia is with them, and Jason finally gets to meet his sister.