Got this idea one random day. Please commentaar and tell me what u 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 spleet, split her name into two! Anna means "gracious" of "prayer", and is Hebrew. Beth is from the name Elizabeth, also Hebrew,and that means "concentrated to God". So therefore we can conclude...
Uh, hi. This is my first article, so please try not to judge me too much. I only like replying to other people's comments. I hate writing. But I figured, u know, live and learn.
So, this is my take on the info.
First off, Roman mythology. So, if u read the first two chapters from The Lost Hero, you'll know that Jason when encountering something Greek (or Roman) he remembers the Roman name. I remember reading this quote somewhere(I have terrible memory)"Manhattan has their own problems, their own gods." So? We all know Jason currently isn't in Manhattan. And the Greek Gods are. According to...
'Sup fanpoppers! This is MY dream cast. Don't go making rude commentaren because I chose a particular actor/ actress that u don't like. Go make your own dream cast. Who's stopping you? Hope u like it! _____________________________________
Percy Jackson: Logan Lerman
Annabeth Chase: Alexandra Daddario
Grover Underwood: Brandon T. Jackson
Thalia Grace: Paloma Kwiatkowski
Luke Castellan: Jake Abel
Jason Grace: Alexander Ludwig
Piper McLean: Lacey Chabert
Leo Valdez: Jake T. Austin
Hazel Lévesque: Kelsey Chow
Frank Zhang: Ryan Potter (Thank u to hatelarxene!)
Disclaimer - If I owned Percy Jackson then it would be notably less awesome, but Clarisse would have been one of the seven, so I guess that's a plus?
"Once u fall for someone's personality, everything about them becomes beautiful." - Unknown
He always knew she was. If Clarisse wasn't powerful then she couldn't be the daughter of war. But he never understood just how powerful she truly was until the battle in Manhattan, when Silena was killed and Clarisse should have crumbled beneath the weight of her grief.
But she didn't crumble. Instead she channeled her grief...