"Wait what?" I could tell I was making this kid confused.
I just rolled my eyes. and kept walking. How could I think he could be the one?
"What?" Percy said.
Oops, i guess I had said that out loud.
"What's your problem? All I know is that I killed some bull guy thin-' Percy started to say. I knew this wasn't going to be pretty.
"Don't talk like that! Do you know how many campers would die to have that chance?" I was starting to get annoyed. If theres one thing you should know about me is that I hate being wrong, and I especially hate it when people doubt...
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...
My name is Annabeth Chase. Before you get started reading I would just like to tell you that if at any point during this book you fell like this has happened to you, stop reading. Put the book down and forget you ever started reading. Anyways this is completely fantasy.
Well, I'm thirteen years old. I'm the daughter of the Greek goddess Athena, Goddess of wisdom. That makes me a half-blood. There is thousands of half-blood worldwide. Some lead normal lives and others train to become warriors at Camp Half-Blood on Long Island New York. I've been going to that camp since I was about 7 years old....
Do not worry, I am trying to find an icon. I am doing my best to have one up, but my computer will not co-operate!
And yes, this banner isn`t great. I`m working on it.
Anyways, this spot needs rules so things are nice and nobody gets hurt.
1. Play nice. Common, nobody likes a bully and the fact people can`t see your face or don`t know your name doesn`t make it different. By "play nice", I mean no rude comments, no mean comments to anyone, no racism, the basics. Usually the rule "If your grandma would hit you when you say that, then don`t say it" applies.