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 Mehr 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 Kommentare (but please be nice).
Sooooo, here are my thoughts on why Jason is actually really awesome, even though so...
This is my first time Schreiben something like this, and i hope Du 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 sagte 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 Du sure? I don't know." Trixie replied "Yeah, i mean, come...
Hi guys!!!! :D I hope Du are well!!!! :D I have just typed up the whole First Chapter of The Mark of Athena, which was released on the Disney website Von Rick Riordan on Friday!!! Enjoy!!!! :D
Disclaimer: ALL RIGHTS TO RICK RIORDAN!!!
Until she met the exploding statue, Annabeth thought she was prepared for anything. She'd paced the deck of their flying warship, the Argo II, checking and double-checking the ballistae to make sure they were locked down. She confirmed that the white "We come in peace" flag was flying from the mast. She reviewed the plan with the rest of the crew--and the...
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 Du can see, has Omega included in it's name. It has a deeper meaning, though. What am I talking about, Du ask? There can be only so many things that one symbol could stand for, Du say? Well let me...