Godly Magic

Percy Jackson thought his adventures were finished. After winning the Second Titan War over the summer, he was preparing himself for a lot of bordeom. However, when he, Annabeth and Grover get the call to find a powerful half blood and bring them to camp, Percy might be in for his biggest adventure yet.

At Hogwarts, things are just heating up. Harry, Hermione, and Ron are trying to muddle through their six year at Hogwarts, all the while the threat of the Dark Lord grows stronger. But the arrival of a new student might change everything....

NOTE: Characters/events of the Heroes of Olympus series are not included in this fanfiction

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1. I Escape the Evil Clutches of Boredom

Percy's Point of View

Eighth period English totally sucks. I'm just putting that out there. You sit at your desk, listen to your teacher drone on and on about literature, and count the minutes until you can get out of there. At least, that's what I've found over the two months since school started for the year. It doesn't help that I'm a dyslexic, ADHD half-blood. That can kinda make "focusing" difficult for me. Because at any moment, i could be fighting for my life. Some of you might already know of me and my adventures. My name is Percy Jackson, and I'm a son of Poseidon. 

 If you haven't heard about me, I'll try and put it simply. I was never supposed to be born (whoops). After living twelve years in somewhat peaceful ignorance, I found out about my dad. Who happened to be one of the most powerful Greek gods. After a few years of quests, monsters, and plenty of near-death experiences, we, the demigods of Camp Halfblood, managed to defeat Kronos, a extremely powerful Titan who basically wanted to kill us all. Not a nice guy, that Kronos! 

 That was two months ago, at the end of the summer. Since then, I returned to New York and tried to get on with my life. You'd think I'd love some down time, maybe not get nearly killed every five minutes, you know? But honestly? I was bored out of my mind. I missed the excitement. I missed Camp Halfblood , my home away from home. But most of all, I missed my girlfriend, Annabeth Chase. 

Annabeth is one of the smartest, deadliest, most beautiful people you will ever meet. (But don't you dare tell her I said that, or I'll set Mrs. O'Leary on you. Prepare to be licked to death) It took me and Annabeth four years to get our act together and actually start dating. Having our parents despise each other was no help. Annabeth is a daughter of Athena, and her and my dad had some eons old rivalry over a city. But over the summer with the war, we realized how much we loved each other. Our patents weren't going to stand in the way of that. 

 And I'd hardly seen her since. She was so busy redesigning Olympus, and I was busy trying to survive sophomore year at Goode High School. (Yeah, that's me. I've fought in wars between ethereal forces without batting an eye, but a a single diagrammed sentence can make me flip) 

 Anyway, at long last the bell rang and I literally sprinted out of the room, dashing to my locker and grabbing my junk. I walked out of the school and to my car. I hopped in and started the engine. 
 " Well, hello to you too, Seaweed Brain."
 I jumped a foot in the air and slammed the top of my skull against the ceiling of the car. Annabeth was sitting in the back of the car.
 " ANNABETH!" I yelled, clutching a hand to my pounding heart.
 "HOLY ZEUS! WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE???" 
"No time to explain. Just drive to camp." 
 Annabeth has always be smarter than me. At this point, I don't question what she says. I obediently started the car and pulled out of the lot. Annabeth crawled over the seats and slid into the passenger side. 
"Wise Girl, what is going on?" I asked.
 Annabeth didn't respond, her eyes on the road. We're trained to be always on alert for trouble, but at the moment, I really wanted an answer to this question. So I leaned over and kissed Annabeth right on the mouth. She jumped slightly and then pulled away, a faint blush staining her cheeks.
 "Eyes on the road, Percy." 
"At least I got your attention. And besides, you and I both know that we've both faced far more dangerous stuff in our lives."
She nodded absentmindedly and I took her hands.
"Tell me what's going on. Please, Wise Girl."
She sighed and rubbed her forehead tiredly. I noticed for the first time how exhausted she looked. Rings of black hung beneath her eyes and her face was pale and drawn. I softened and then said,
"You need to sleep. You can tell me when we get to camp, how about that?"
Annabeth smiled gratefully and leaned back into her seat.
"Percy?" she murmured sleepily.
"Yes?"
"You have Riptide, right?"
"Yeah, it's in my pocket."
"Good. You're going to need it."
As Annabeth drifted off into sleep, I grinned to myself. Adeventure, here we come. 
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