Okay, so before I even start this, I'm going to say 3 things:
1) THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just a warning! :)
2) This is totally biased because Percy always annoyed me in the first series (I know, I'm a freak for saying that and I have no logical explanation for it...I always loved Annabeth and Grover more than him...it's weird but true).
2) These are just my opinions and please don't get mad at me for them! :) Thanks. But also, please share your opinions in the comments (but please be nice).
Sooooo, here are my thoughts on why Jason is actually really awesome, even though so...
This is my first time writing something like this, and i hope you enjoy it.
All rights go to Rick Riordan for creating the characters
The two characters I created are: Trixie- daughter of Jupiter, twin to Jason Thalassa- daughter of Poseidon, 14
Chapter One- Trixie was hanging out with her friends Annabeth, Piper, Hazel, and Thalassa at Camp Half-Blood when she came up with the idea. She said to the group "Hey guys, i've got a good idea. Tonight after the campfire, we should play Spin the Bottle with some boys." Annabeth looked at her "Are you sure? I don't know." Trixie replied "Yeah, i mean, come...
Got this idea one random day. Please comment and tell me what you think!
Percy Jackson The name Percy originated in France. It means "piercing the valley" which also can mean fighting the lower side, the evil side, to reach justice. Jackson means "son of Jack". I know, I don't get it either.
Annabeth Chase So after doing some research, I found the name Annabeth doesn't actually exist. So I split her name into two! Anna means "gracious" or "prayer", and is Hebrew. Beth is from the name Elizabeth, also Hebrew,and that means "concentrated to God". So therefore we can conclude...
Omega. The last letter in the Greek alphabet, and the symbol (or so it seems) of the new Camp Halfblood series, The Heroes of Olympus. I was asked what the symbol could mean in terms of the series, and let me tell you, I have theories.
The Omega stood for many things in the (Ancient) Greek speaking world. It was a letter, a syllable, and a number (800). The globular cluster, Omega Centauri, as you can see, has Omega included in it's name. It has a deeper meaning, though. What am I talking about, you ask? There can be only so many things that one symbol could stand for, you say? Well let me...
Absolutely all rights to Rick Riordan! Everything is his! And seriously, buy the book. You’d be crazy if you don’t. It is soooo AWESOME! :D
The snake-haired ladies were starting to annoy Percy.
They should have died three days ago when he dropped a crate of bowling balls on them at the Napa Bargain Mart. They should have died two days ago when he ran over them with a police car in Martinez. They definitely should have died this morning when he cut off their heads in Tilden Park. No matter how many times Percy killed them and watched them crumble to powder, they just kept re-forming...