Annabeth Chase and Percy Jackson is just recently off on a quest to acquire the “Athena Parthenos.” She’s the daughter of Greek goddess Athena, the goddess of wisdom and Percy is the son of Poseidon, the god of the sea and horses. The Athena Parthenos was a deserted, large chryselephantine sculpture made of the Greek goddess Athena. However, she had to go through a trial of tests before hand like going through a labyrinth, escaping traps, moving with injury, and getting past an enemy who didn’t like her mother at all. That enemy was Arachne, a talented mortal weaver who had challenged Athena and lost, resulting in her being turned into a huge spider. Once they acquired the Athena Parthenos, they fell into the pit of Tartarus. Tartarus is a deep abyss that’s known to torment and create …show more content…
Percy and Annabeth must get to the Doors of Death in Tartarus, and on the mortal side Jason and them had to open it up for them so they could come back. Jason and the crew also have a lot of problems to deal with as well. They had to deal with numerous amount of altercations with monsters, other demigods, gods, and themselves. Hazel and Nico are just as important as Percy and Annabeth. They’re both children of Hades, god of the underworld,but however one is Roman and the other is Greek. Hazel was needed in order to defeat the sorceress Pasiphae. She had to control the Mist in order to beat the sorceress. The Mist is a supernatural force that allows mortals to see monsters as something common or everyday like. It can also create ocular illusions for immortals such as gods. Nico can raise and talk to the dead. They had fight Khione, goddess of snow. They have to fight Scione, son of Poseidon and 2nd best archer in history. They also have to go up and meet the West Wind god, Favonius. Nico is extremely important when it comes to Favonius because they have a ominous
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So the main story is about this kid names Percy Jackson(like the title).His Mom(Sally) is a very nice women who ended up being with this mean guy which is Percy’s Step dad.He never knew who his dad was until.But his teacher(Grover) is a secret demigod that was sent to the world to protect Percy and Percy doesn’t know.But when him and his mom go out of town the waves start attacking them and brings them to this camp with only demigods but his mom dies saving Percy,and then once Zeus's lightning rod gets stolen and was supposedly in L.A and him and posieden.So he goes with Annabeth and Lucas(he doesn't make it very far) who they meet at the camp of demigods to go with them.In the middle he kills medusa.Then once they get to Hades after realizing
When the challenge was over Athena (Minerva) was forced to admit that Arache’s weaving was better than hers. Athena (Minerva) was not happy with this outcome. Athena (Minerva) then began to beat Arachne with a piece of wood from her loom until the young girls couldn’t stand it anymore. To escape the endless beating Arachne hangs herself. When Athena (Minerva) saw the girl’s dead body, she had pity on her. Athena (Minerva) then decided to bring Arachne back to life, but she transformed Arachne into a spider so she can continue her weaving.
In Greco-Roman Culture, humans imagine the deities of mythology to be and act certain ways, due to the needs they must fill. People invented certain deities for reasons that align with what they needed from them. To examine how a deity has a certain purpose, one must first examine what they are like. Athena and Ares are examples of deities invented for very specific purposes. One must first look at Athena and Ares’ similarities and differences in relation to their characteristics, their sexuality and physical appearances, as well as their different powers and how they are worshipped, to discover why they were created.
Annabeth Chase was born from the thoughts of Athena, a distinctive difference to her fellow demigods. As the daughter of the wisdom goddess, she is naturally very intelligent and strategic when combating. Despite her immense fear of spiders, she, nevertheless, uses her strength and intellect to conquer the battle with Arachne in The Mark Of Athena, displaying a substantial amount of bravery that many of her peers lack. Also, in many of the duels in the Percy Jackson series, she equips her accurate judgement to win them. One such example is conveyed in The Sea of Monsters, where she lures a cyclops to his death just by mere words.
“ ‘I’m supposed to go to the Underworld and confront the Lord of the Dead.’...’Find the most powerful weapon in the universe.’...’And get it back to Olympus before the summer solstice in ten days.’ “ The Lightning Thief is a book in which Percy Jackson, the hero, and his friends Annabeth and Grover, must undertake a quest to reclaim Zeus’s master bolt from Hades. “The Hero’s Journey” is a pattern of stages that many heroes experience. Throughout Percy’s quest, the archetype of “The Hero’s Journey” is followed. A few stages of “The Hero’s Journey” that Percy undergoes are The Ordinary World, The Supreme Ordeal, and Confronting the Father.
Sally began the story. She told Paul about her first lover, how they had met at Montauk, and what happened to him. Then Annabeth took over, and told Paul about the Greek gods and goddesses, and that they followed Western Civilization and they were still very much alive. She also told him about demigods' ADHD and dyslexia, their battlefield reflexes and how they could all speak Ancient Greek fluently, including not all mortals being able to see anything because of the Mist. Finally, Percy took over, and told Paul about Camp Half-Blood, discovering who his father was, and all of his adventures and quests, up until this last summer, with the Labyrinth.
He faces many altercations with Greek monsters and gods. He faced a massive bull-man, furies, Hades, Ares and more. For example, on the bus Grover, Annabeth and Percy were traveling west on, the three furies tried to attack them. Annabeth gave Percy her hat capable of making you invisible, but he removed it and fought the furies instead of escaping without his
For years, Athens and her empire thrived under Pericles; therefore it is only logical that if Athens were to return to similar power, they should follow similar teachings. There are countless reasons why this was in the people’s best interest for only pure Athenians to be citizens of Athens. Most notably, for the following: the teachings of Pericles allowed the city to come together as one and create a singular united front for the world to see and respect built from their strong sense of identity post Peloponnesian War. Additionally, it was not possible that those who were not of pure Athenian blood to have had the same level of commitment to her great empire as pure blooded Athenians did. Consequently, Athenians viewed Metics as second class
Banksy has once stated, “A lot of mothers will do anything for their children except let them be themselves.” This quote explains how Percy or Rhea wanted to save their mother/son and this quote shows how that relationship works. The theme is correct because in the lighting thief the plot is about Percy is going on this journey only to rescue his mom not to stop the war between the big three. Also in “Cronus” Rhea wanted to save her son more than anything because Rhea now had someone to love and cherish.
In Homer’s, The Odyssey, Athena emerges as a hero because of her continuous guidance of Odysseus throughout his odyssey home. Not only did she plead to other gods for their sympathy, ensuring Odysseus safe return home, but also changing identities to help Odysseus make the right decision.
Twenty years have passed since Odysseus left Ithaca to fight in the Trojan War. The war was fought for ten years, and ten years after the war Odysseus struggled to find his way home, back to Ithaca. On his journey home, the gods, sirens, and goddesses tried to prevent him from doing so. Some of the gods and goddesses in the story tried to help him get home and some tried to stop him because of their preference and the way they felt towards Odysseus.
Annabeth is in a battle with her mother’s enemy, a giant spider named Archne. Annabeth can see the statue as it is suspended in a cave wrapped in silk from the spider. Annabeth is able to deceive the spider into creating something and it gets stuck in its own web. This allows the seven to get the statue. Percy goes to help Annabeth but silk from Archne is attached to her leg. Percy and Annabeth are then pulled into Tartarus, a pit. The remaining demigods realize that in order to save Percy and Annabeth, they must find the Doors of Death, before it is too
By looking at the epic The Odyssey by Homer, there are a lot of contacts between human and immoral, the relationship between Athena and Odysseus, which make me interesting, also this is important for the story. The relationship between Athena and Odysseus is the key for the story, because Odysseus had received a lot of help from Athena, their relationship is the reason to explain why would an immortal Athena who never interesting or attracted by any male either mortal or immortal, but only a human male, Odysseus, and helps Odysseus in either direct and indirect ways to get back home and take average to all the suitor in order for Odysseus to get back his family and his land.
1) The Main characters in The House of Hades are Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Leo Valdez, and Jason Grace. Percy Jackson is the son of Poseidon and is strong, brave, and a warrior, who is in Tartars fighting to close the Doors of Death. Annabeth Chase is also in Tartars trying to close the Doors of Death and is the daughter of Athena, which gives her the abilities of a skilled fighter, strategy, and wisdom. Leo Valdez is the son of Hephaestus, which allows him to build things, like the Argo II, which the journey is taken place on. Jason Grace is the son of Jupiter and is one of the Prophecy of seven to defeat Gaea.