Always be wary of the ones how hide their hostility with honeyed words and vague smiles.
An angry warrior may be a daunting foe to go against, but at least you can see their weapon and hostility more obviously than those who make every conversation a battle of cunning and double-meaning words.
Calypso would very likely be not even remotely keen about the Bearer actively trying to antagonize her father and that will likely not win you many points with her. Though how she’ll react to her father trying to start something with the Bearer is something I’m most curious to see. She’s quite close to her father and highly values her words and he in turn thinks so highly of her that he’s officially named her his Century Favorite, so it’s possible that the Bearer may cause a bit of friction in that relationship. Though I’m still not completely sure what it is about the Bearer that makes Ares so hostile, I doubt that he’ll be all too happy if learns about the Bearer taking a interest in his daughter and Calypso herself may be uncertain about what to do for a while about the Bearer and Ares’ far from good interactions.
Athena though? Not sure about being horrified (well somewhat worried for the Bearer’s safety). More like displeased that the Bearer would purposefully start something with one of the Gods while being in a very delicate position.
That sound so perfect.
I’m more curious to see how the Bearer’s first few days in Olympus is going to be handled and doing some brotherly bonding with Saint (if he’s up for it).