Chiron was taking Percy on a tour of the camp. I knew this was going to take a while, judging on the fact that Percy was completely clueless. I looked up from my book. I saw Chiron and Percy come around the corner. Percy had the same blank expression most new demigods had. They were absorbing all the information because they don't know how to react. Percy asked Chiron a few questions, that Chiron quickly answered.
"Annabeth, I have archery class this afternoon. Will you show Percy his bunk?" Chiron said as he trotted around.
"Sure," I muttered. I wanted this to be fast so I could get back to reading. I had a gut feeling that this wasn't going to be quick.
"Cabin number 11. Make yourself at home," Chiron said to Percy as he gestured toward the door of the cabin.
Chiron trotted forward. I saw Percy look puzzlingly up at the top of Cabin 11.
As my eyes adjusted to the dim lighting, I saw the same depressing sight that I saw on my first day at Camp Half-Blood. Dozens of boys and girls of all ages, sitting on their sleeping bags. All of them undermined.
Everyone in the cabin bowed. Chiron stood right outside the door. Unfortunately, the doors in Cabin 11, weren't centaur height.
"Alright Percy. I'll see you at dinner," Chiron replied as he galloped away towards the archery range.
"Percy Jackson, meet Cabin 11," I said looking around at the sad depressed faces in Cabin 11.
"Regular or undetermined?" Travis Stoll said.
"Undetermined," I replied to Travis assuming Percy had no idea if he was regular or undetermined.
Moans and groans came form the cabin.
Luke stepped forward.
"Now, now campers. That's what we're here for," Luke said. Even Percy could tell that Luke had done this before. He said some more stuff, but I was spacing out. Hey, I can't help it. that's what happens what I'm not on my Focalin. In the mortal world, I still need to take my medication because I still do stuff, and usually people don't like going out in public with non-medicated Annabeth.
"This is Luke," I said. I guess i was blushing a little bit, because Percy looked at me strangely.
I said some more stuff, Percy asked Luke some stupid questions, and Luke patiently answered them.
The Percy said one of the stupidest things he could have said.
"How long will I be here?" Percy asked.
Everyone laughed. I forced myself not to punch Percy in the gut. I grabbed his wrist and dragged him out of the cabin. It's pretty humiliating having 30+ kids laughing at you.
"Come on Percy," I muttered through my clenched teeth," Let's go see the volleyball court."
Percy tried to object but, I continued pulling him.
"You're going to have to better than that, Jackson."