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That was a wonderful first chapter! I'm looking forward to reading the next one!! :)
I can't believe this is the final chapter...

Wow. It's been so long, but what a ride. I'm SO looking forward to reading how this ends!!
This is absolutely gorgeous!! Wow, I lack words. Stunning. Thank you to whomever commissioned this, and thank you Qlock for accepting and posting it! :D
Your art style is lovely, and this is such a cute concept. I don't think I've ever read an AU Greek mythology story where Ares and Athena are paired, and I'm really enjoying it. I'm looking forward to reading where this goes next, and I'm particularly interested to see how the timelines match up in the end. Ares as a police officer was really interesting (since Athena is associated in the notes with law and order), so I wonder how Athena will appear in the present time. :)
Can I just say that I love your art style and how much of a believable kid Brie is?
There's always one...
The backgrounds look lovely! :)
Now we know why the thunderbirds were fleeing...
Those are some beautiful backgrounds. How close is that to her village, though?
What a wonderful page. :)
I'm glad he wasn't one of those scapegoating people.
Well, that place cleared out quickly.

Saying the wizard's name seems to be a spell that makes townspeople disappear... xD
The house under the house! :D That already looks so cool~
*whistles*

Okay, that's an impressive secret technique.
Welcome back! Lovely page as usual. :)
You have a start to an interesting story with some lovely camera angles and coloring, particularly expressions on the characters. :) Keep up the great work!
If you can, I'd really suggest you find a scanner. I think you're taking pictures with a camera, and as a reader, that's very distracting. The image quality isn't as good, and not only can I see the other panels in the pictures alongside your notations, the other panels and notations distract me so that I start looking at what's going on around your panels instead of your story within the panel.

Why say all of this? Because you have an interesting start of a fantasy story with a very lovely art style that's suited to the story you're trying to tell. You have a lot of potential for this traditionalist story--but it's getting lost in the presentation. It's obvious you've put work into this, but many people won't give it a glance not because it's traditionalist but because it's being uploaded as camera pictures. It makes it look unprofessional. That's why I really suggest you find a scanner. If you don't have one and don't know anyone who has one, there are usually some available publicly, like in libraries or office stores, albeit sometimes for a small fee. But I think the effort will be worth it and give you the best possible chances for your traditional projects if you can find one. Again, you have a very lovely style, and it's sad to see it get lost in camera pictures.
Ah, sorry, one more typo: "Apricorns are exclusive to Johto", not "Apricorns are exclusives to Johto". Used in this way, "exclusive" isn't pluralized.

Beautiful page as always!