Pecy Jackson

Perseus “Percy” Jackson is a fictional character and the main protagonist and narrator of Rick Riordan’s Percy Jackson & The Olympians series. He is a demigod; his father is Poseidon, the god of the sea, and his mother is the mortal Sally Jackson.

First introduced in The Lightning Thief as a troubled twelve-year old who finds out that he is a demigod when he loses his mother, Percy embarks on several adventures throughout the series to save his friends and the gods of Mount.

The Sea of Monsters

Thalia’s tree, the magical border of Camp Half-Blood, has been poisoned. Chiron is blamed for the poisoning and is dismissed from camp; Tantalus, who comes from the Fields of Punishment and cannot have food or water, takes the job. The only thing able to rid the tree of its poison is the Golden Fleece, which is located on the island of Polyphemus (another son of Poseidon and therefore Percy’s half-brother), in the Sea of Monsters (the Bermuda Triangle).

Clarisse La Rue, the daughter of Ares and longtime enemy of Percy, is given the quest to go to the Sea of Monsters to find the Golden Fleece, which has healing powers for plants, animals, and humans. Percy and Annabeth decide to go also, not just for the Golden Fleece, but for their friend Grover who is trapped in Polyphemus’ cave. Tyson, a young Cyclops whom Percy befriended at school that year, joins them on their journey after saving Camp Half-Blood from two fire-breathing bulls. Tyson is Poseidon’s son and therefore Percy’s half-brother.

As they enter the Sea of Monsters, they have to get past Scylla and Charybdis. Instead of trying to sail in between the two, Clarisse automatically goes for Charybdis and Tyson supposedly dies in Clarisse’s ship after it sinks. After that, Percy and Annabeth journey to many dangerous islands, and Annabeth tells Percy many things about how Thalia died and she also mentions her prophecy and tells Percy that he has a choice to make when he becomes 16 years old. Fighting their way through many other obstacles, like the Sirens and Circe’s island, they join up with Clarisse, Grover, and later Tyson, and leave with the Golden Fleece.

When they return to the mortal world, they send off Clarisse on an airplane with the Fleece to camp alone. Percy, Annabeth, Grover, and Tyson are kidnapped by Luke. In a duel with him, Percy is nearly killed. He is saved by Chiron, who is proven innocent, and his relatives, the Party Ponies. When they return to camp the Fleece is put on the tree. The Fleece not only revives Thalia’s tree, but Thalia too, who appears as she looked in Percy’s dreams. It turns out that this was actually Kronos’s plan, done so that he would have another chance to manipulate the prophecy which governs the future of Olympus and the Olympians.

At the end Percy and Annabeth win a chariot race and Annabeth kisses Percy on the cheek
Percy is played by Logan Lerman in the movie Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, a film adaptation of the first book in the series, The Lightning Thief.

Percy is usually portrayed as being good-natured, friendly, brave, and often willing to risk his life to save his friends, strangers, and even his enemies. He is angered by Thalia Grace often, as their similar personalities and leadership styles tend to clash. However they are still very good friends. Percy has a sarcastic sense of humor and is wry in his writing style.

Percy seems to dislike titles being given to him, as he always tells horses, which his father is said to have created, not to call him “boss” or “lord” whenever they talk to him. He also has a strong sense of loyalty and fairness, as he turned down godhood when it was offered to him in order to remain with his friends Annabeth and Grover, asking instead that all of the gods, especially the minor ones, recognize and claim all of their children by the time they turn thirteen years old. Percy, like most boys his age, has trouble talking to girls.

It is said by Athena that Percy’s fatal flaw is personal loyalty. He will sacrifice anything to save his friends and loved ones. Kronos uses this flaw to manipulate him several times in the series, including when his mother is held hostage, when Grover is trapped on Polyphemus’s island, and also when Annabeth is kidnapped. This particular thing also happens in the Battle of the Labyrinth when Kronos holds his friends Grover and Tyson in order to get Percy close to his army.

In the books

The Lightning Thief


Perseus “Percy” Jackson is introduced as a troubled 12-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with both dyslexia and ADHD, and has been kicked out of every single school he has attended. His most recent school is Yancy Academy, New York, where his usual trouble seems to be worse than usual. He has one friend at the school, the satyr-in-hiding, Grover Underwood.

During a field trip to a museum, Grover is taunted by a bully named Nancy Bobofit and, in a fit of rage, Percy accidentally summons water in a nearby fountain to pull Nancy in during lunch. He is called inside the museum to the Ancient Greece exhibit by his pre-algebra teacher, Mrs. Dodds; she turns into a Fury named Alecto and attacks him. Until a moment later, Mr. Brunner, (Percy’s favorite teacher), throws his pen at Percy who receives instead a bronze sword. Percy manages to destroy the Fury and returns outside with the sword, which is once

again a pen.

When Percy questions Mr. Brunner about what just happened, Mr. Brunner says he saw nothing in particular and comments on how Percy should bring his own writing utensils in the future. As Percy questions his classmates about the same matter, they act as though there was never any “Mrs. Dodds”, but Percy realizes that Grover is lying when he notices that Grover hesitates whenever Percy mentions “Mrs. Dodds”. As the school year winds down, Percy overhears Grover and Mr. Brunner talking about him. As he is going home on a bus with Grover, he sees three old ladies knitting a giant sock, which Grover seems intensely worried about. Percy ditches Grover and takes a taxi to his apartment on his own.

His mother arrives soon afterward and tells him that they can go to Montauk for the entire weekend. Percy, happy that something good has finally happened, packs his things and leaves, but not before being jeered at by his stepfather, Gabe Ugliano. At the beach, Percy wakes up in the middle of the night in a storm and is shocked to see Grover coming to him and his mom, telling them to leave. Percy is confused, but his mother takes them both in the car and drives away quickly.

After hearing a growl behind them, his mom arrives at a hill and forces both boys out of the car. Percy sees that the thing chasing them is a Minotaur, which charges them. Percy and his mother manage to dodge it, but Grover is too slow and the Minotaur charges him. Percy, again in a surge of power, manages to defeat the Minotaur, but not before it dissolves Percy’s mother into a shower of gold and sends her to the Underworld. Percy drags Grover to Camp Half-Blood, where Percy then passes out on the porch of the Big House.

Percy meets a future friend, Annabeth. He learns that Mr. Brunner is actually the centaur named Chiron,(the camp’s activity director), and that the director of the camp is the Greek god Dionysus. He is introduced to Luke Castellan, the leader of the Hermes cabin. Later, in a capture-the-flag game, Percy single-handedly defeats Clarisse, leader of the Ares cabin, and three others before he learns that he is the son of Poseidon. Soon after learning that Zeus‘s lightning bolt has been stolen, Percy embarks on his first and eventually successful quest along with Grover and Annabeth to retrieve it

The Sea of Monsters



Thalia’s tree, the magical border of Camp Half-Blood, has been poisoned. Chiron is blamed for the poisoning and is dismissed from camp; Tantalus, who comes from the Fields of Punishment and cannot have food or water, takes the job. The only thing able to rid the tree of its poison is the Golden Fleece, which is located on the island of Polyphemus (another son of Poseidon and therefore Percy’s half-brother), in the Sea of Monsters (the Bermuda Triangle).

Clarisse La Rue, the daughter of Ares and longtime enemy of Percy, is given the quest to go to the Sea of Monsters to find the Golden Fleece, which has healing powers for plants, animals, and humans. Percy and Annabeth decide to go also, not just for the Golden Fleece, but for their friend Grover who is trapped in Polyphemus’ cave. Tyson, a young Cyclops whom Percy befriended at school that year, joins them on their journey after saving Camp Half-Blood from two fire-breathing bulls. Tyson is Poseidon’s son and therefore Percy’s half-brother.

As they enter the Sea of Monsters, they have to get past Scylla and Charybdis. Instead of trying to sail in between the two, Clarisse automatically goes for Charybdis and Tyson supposedly dies in Clarisse’s ship after it sinks. After that, Percy and Annabeth journey to many dangerous islands, and Annabeth tells Percy many things about how Thalia died and she also mentions her prophecy and tells Percy that he has a choice to make when he becomes 16 years old. Fighting their way through many other obstacles, like the Sirens and Circe‘s island, they join up with Clarisse, Grover, and later Tyson, and leave with the Golden Fleece.

When they return to the mortal world, they send off Clarisse on an airplane with the Fleece to camp alone. Percy, Annabeth, Grover, and Tyson are kidnapped by Luke. In a duel with him, Percy is nearly killed. He is saved by Chiron, who is proven innocent, and his relatives, the Party Ponies. When they return to camp the Fleece is put on the tree. The Fleece not only revives Thalia’s tree, but Thalia too, who appears as she looked in Percy’s dreams. It turns out that this was actually Kronos‘s plan, done so that he would have another chance to manipulate the prophecy which governs the future of Olympus and the Olympians.

At the end Percy and Annabeth win a chariot race and Annabeth kisses Percy on the cheek

The Titan’s Curse


In the third book, Grover finds two half-bloods at a school, Bianca and Nico Di Angelo. Percy, Grover, Thalia and two of Artemis’ hunters, Zoë and Bianca (who later chose to become a hunter, upsetting Nico), are sent on a quest to save Artemis, who has been kidnapped. Although Percy says he is going to save Annabeth who was captured when Grover, Thalia, and Percy were saving the di Angelo’s.

During the journey, Percy meets a mortal girl at Hoover Dam, named Rachel Elizabeth Dare, who can see through the Mist. She helps him escape from skeletal warriors who were trying to attack Percy and his friends. She later becomes the oracle at camp half blood.

While warning them about the junkyard of the gods, Aphrodite, goddess of love, tells Percy there is a romantic future waiting for him with Annabeth. Bianca is fatally attacked by a crazed robot in the junkyard of the gods while trying to get a figurine for her brother Nico. She said it was the only figurine he was missing in his collection. During the battle with Atlas, Zoë receives deadly injuries; she is poisoned by her old friend Ladon; her father, Atlas, makes the final strike that kills her and Atlas is forced to shoulder the burden of holding up the sky again. Upon entering Olympus, the Gods decide whether to kill Thalia, Percy and Bessie (the ophiotaurus) who may hold the decision to tear down Olympus according to the Great Prophecy. Thalia becomes one of Artemis’ hunters, eliminating her as a potential recipient of the Great Prophecy as Artemis’ hunters do not age. In the end, the gods decide to leave Percy alive and keep the Ophiotaurus in safety at the throne room. Afterwards, a feast is held in honor of the heroes and Athena tells Percy that she disapproves of his friendship with her daughter. At camp, Percy tells Nico the horrible truth; he sprints into the woods. From then on, Nico loathed Percy, blaming him for his sister’s death. Annabeth, Percy and Grover search for Nico to no avail. Percy then holds the figurine of the god Bianca gave him at the junk yard. Suddenly, he realizes who Nico’s father is: Hades, lord of the dead

The Battle of the Labyrinth

In book four, the Labyrinth of Daedalus is discovered. Camp Half-Blood is in danger of being invaded by Kronos’ army by means of the Labyrinth. Chiron sends Annabeth along with Percy, Grover, and Tyson into the Labyrinth on a quest to find Daedalus. In this, they hope to use his knowledge to help thwart any attacks that are carried out using the giant underground maze. They eventually find Daedalus, who has made himself a new body, and has disguised himself as the sword play counselor. There is a battle, as Kronos’ army attacks Camp Half-Blood through the Labyrinth. Many are injured and some are left dead. Daedalus shows up to help along with his giant pet hellhound, Mrs. O’Leary. Daedalus has escaped death for centuries, but gives himself over to Nico di Angelo, a son of Hades, so he can accept his punishment in the Underworld and also so he can see his son Icarus, who was accidentally killed by one of his own inventions and his nephew Perdix, whom he had regrettably killed out of rage. Percy inherits Mrs. O’Leary, who seems to prefer him to any other demigod. Percy and Annabeth’s relationship starts to take on a new edge to it. Annabeth saves Percy several times and kisses him once because she thinks he is going to die. She also makes a big scene in front of all the campers when she realized that Percy was alive.Daedalus kills himself in order to destroy the labyrinth which is tied to his life force

The Last Olympian


In book five, Percy becomes aware of what the Great Prophecy says about him. In the beginning, Percy and Beckendorf, son of Hephaestus are sent on a quest to blow up Luke’s demon cruise ship, and Beckendorf is killed. The event, however tragic, allows the campers to find out there is a spy among them who is reporting everything to Kronos, who took over Luke’s body in the fourth book. Percy and Nico sneak out of camp, and meet Hestia, who shows Percy part of Luke’s past, and they meet Luke’s mother, who tried to become the oracle, failed and went insane. A war between the Titans and Olympians ensues, one that has been in the making for much of the series. Through the information they find from Hestia and Luke’s mother, Percy finds out how to acquire the only weapon that can give him a chance at defeating Kronos. He travels with Nico to the underworld, where he bathes in the River Styx, thus becoming invincible.

They guard Manhattan against Kronos’ army with the help of the Hunters and the statues of the city.

Silena Beuregard turns out to be the spy. She is a good person inside, but Kronos (disguised as Luke)makes a deal with her saying he would bring Beckendorf back to life,as she was Beckendorf’s girlfriend. Silena dies trying to kill a drakon, disguised as Clarisse, which upsets Clarisse greatly. In the end of the book, Luke who is also invincible from bathing in the River Styx stabs himself. As a result, he kills himself in order to destroy, but not kill, Kronos and therefore save the Olympians.

Annabeth admits she never loved Luke, and that she cared for him only as a brother. She and Percy finally cement their relationship. They kiss, at which point, the other campers throw them into the canoe lake. Percy then creates an air bubble and they share “pretty much the best underwater kiss of all time.

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