At the end of the last Percy Jackson book, Percy forces the major gods to swear on the River Styx to allow all minor gods to have a cabin, and that all their demi-god children must be claimed by their *something*-th birthday. Ergo, there should be a Gelos Cabin, although it may still be under construction.
Thanks, I always forget the ages thing, but I don't think it was finished because they were still doing all the construction stuff in the book that Thalia's brother, Jason: Son of Jupiter, was in (The Lost Hero) and the book after that (Son of Neptune) was set within weeks of that.
I think people were still staying in Hermes cabin until they were finished, what with Hermes being god of travellers
Athena, cabin 6
I'm not sure who's child I am.
I love reading, and nature. I've tried my hand at sports, art, and music. I'm average at all though I've been told I'm a good writer. I'm incredibly loyal and I won't shy away from a fight. I don't get angry often, but when I do it's kinda explosive. I have no idea who my parent is though.
I agree with Ryan, you could be a child of Poseidon, or you could be the child of a wood-nymph/dryad and demi-god son of Poseidon
I like swimming, though I'm not amazing at it.