Percy and Nico Undercover at Hogwarts

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The gods have Percy and Nico help the world that is unknown to demigods. The Wizarding World. Percy is changed into his fifteen year old self so he can fit in, and him and Nico are sent to help stop the war against Voldemort before it even starts.

(This takes place after the Giant War and during Harry Potter's fourth year at Hogwarts. You really shouldn't read this if you don't like Percico.)

(Also, I do not own Percy Jackson or Harry Potter, this is my only disclaimer)

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9. Chapter Nine

Harry's POV


At breakfast the next day, Percy seemed okay. It was like nothing had happened last night.

After Nico had kicked us out of the room, Ron and I went to the commons area and talked about what we thought Percy could've possibly been dreaming about.

Once we had heard his screaming stop, we waiting about thirty minutes before we walked back to room, and when we did, Nico was laying in Percy's bed with him, and Percy had his face on Nico's chest, and Nico had his arms wrapped around him.

"So, what do you think the first challenge is?" Percy asked me as he took a bite of eggs.

"I don't know," I replied, "but I'm kind of scared to find out."



Nico's POV


Professor Apollo had asked Percy and I to stay after class.

"What's up, Apollo?" I asked the god.

"It's about the first challenge," he said, looking at Percy.

"What is it?"

He took a deep breath before responding. "Okay, you two need to figure out a way to tell Harry, and you can't say that anyone told you. Say you went into the forest and found out."

"Found out what?" Percy asked, curiosity in his voice.

"You have to steal a golden egg from a dragon, using nothing but a wand."

"What?" Percy asked. "Only a wand?"

"I'm going to teach you a spell that will allow you to summon things."

"So I'll be able to summon my sword?" Percy asked and Apollo shook his head and looked at me to explain it to him.

"Percy, if you use a Celestial Bronze sword, you'll end up turning the dragon to dust. I'm pretty sure that will be really hard to explain to everyone since I'm almost positive that when a witch or wizard kills a monster, it leaves a body."

"You're correct," Apollo said. "That is why I have made it a point to have a normal sword hanging above my desk since the beginning of the year."

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