another new ot post back at it again.
What's on your mind?
Aside me not being a fan of the LGBT community I really want to know why you like solanglo so much because I tried to look at the ship objectively and without bias and in all honesty it is a terrible ship. It lacks a lot of the things a good demigod ship should have and how I came to this conclusion was when I went through the flaws you accused Percabeth of having and it came to my notice that most of the flaws you put there are also in solangelo(btw I do not agree with some of the flaws you accused percabeth of having) so o really want to know what the big deal is about solangelo
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I did not notice this line until the fourth or fifth time I reread the book. But I can’t believe that this is Hazel talking about Nico.
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Since Jiper/Jasper is no more, do you think Piper will get another significant other?
Who was cooking the food? Where did they get? I remember one scene where Percy was eating a completely blue pie. Where did he get that? Who made it? Was Coach Hedge making the food? Were the kids doing it?
Haven’t seen one in a while, it’s really hard, so I’ll give hints if you ask
Here are the basic pointers:
From Ancient Greek myth
By a river
And (in some myths) cursed by Zeus
Ask for a hint if you need it, I’ll answer questions with yes or no
If your could choose out of all the Olympian Gods (including Hades and Hestia) who would it be? (It wouldn't be that long, because their lives go on and on, so just the important parts)
Personally I would kind of like Athena, you no. Besides her backstory of meeting Hestia, we don't know much about her so...
Seven half-bloods shall answer the call
To storm or fire, the world must fall
An oath to keep with a final breath
And foes bear arms to the Doors of Death
To figure out if Annabeth is part of the Seven we will need to look at all of these lines and see if she fits the prophecy. She answered the call; she joined the quest. Check. The second line is about Leo. So is the third. The fourth line, she along with her enemies, a Titan and a giant, went to the Doors of Death. Check. So it would seem as if she is one of the Seven. But some things don’t add up. Seven half-bloods answer the call.
She wasn’t called to join the quest. She asked Jason to bring her. Hera called on Jason by the exchange; same with Percy. Hera also called Leo from a young age. Percy asked if Hazel and Frank would come, so they also answered “the call.” But Annabeth asked to come. She wasn’t “called.” And the last line said that that foes would bear arms at the Doors. It didn’t say foes and friends. That would imply that Percy and Annabeth are enemies and they are not in any way, shape, or form. So if we take Annabeth out of the equation, it makes perfect sense. Demigods, like Percy, are enemies with Titans and giants. And the Titan’s show a slight rivalry (and the giants don’t seem to adore the Titans either) and hatred against the giants so it is foes on all sides. And there was plenty of demigods who went after the Athena Parthenos before Annabeth who succeeded so that doesn’t make her part of the Seven either. So if she isn’t one of the Seven, who is? Nico. Or maybe Reyna. Nico fills the requirement of answering the call. Percy made him swear to bring the Seven to the Doors on the other side. He agreed. And Reyna also answered the call because she was asked by Athena through Annabeth to bring the Athena Parthenos back and she did. Both fill the requirement to be part of the Seven. And both have been onboard the Argo 2 (which isn’t a requirement of the prophecy but it helps my theory).
I just got the full Kane Chronicles series for £12 and I started reading them. What are your opinions on them? Without spoilers please as it has been a while since I last read them
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"What’s the most common thing gods did in the old stories? They ran around falling in love with humans and having kids with them. Do you think they’ve changed their habits in the last few millennia?"
-Annabeth in TLT
Grover is a lot more powerful than he seems. It’s possible that he could beat Percy on his own, even though it is unlikely. But his greatest advantage is his empathy link. If he fought an evil Percy, he could win by losing. If Percy killed Grover, Percy himself could die, or be reduced to a “vegetative state.” He wouldn’t have to “win” to succeed. Because of that, he has a better chance than even the gods at beating Percy (though they could obviously do it just as well).
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Tell me your pet peeves on the books Rick has written.
Get ready for a long couple of paragraphs.
First off, Percy and Annabeth should’ve had a chapter and BoO. Many would argue that they had most of the chapters in HoH, but I wanted to see how they were dealing with things after Tartarus. If I went through that, I probably wouldn’t wanna talk about it. Maybe Percy and Annabeth wouldn’t want to either. Maybe taking a look into their thoughts would’ve showed us more of this. We never really learned how they felt. After they got out, they just forgot about it and moved on.
HoO was not good. The books were unnecessarily long. I felt like half of it was adjectives and describing locations and people. MoA was the worst book in HoO. There was too much romance.
The humor isn’t good. The same jokes and made over and over again. Like, “Yay! Something terrible has happened.” It’s not that funny and repeated multiple in PJO and HoO.
Jason should stay dead. There’s no hope for him. He’s in Elysium. Let him be. He’s not coming back. Just because he was a hero doesn’t mean he can escape it. Death is inevitable. He would eventually. And same goes for Leo in BoO. Everything about that sacrifice was made out to be such a big deal and then he just came back. That erases the entire meaningfulness of it. But of course, Rick can’t kill off everyone’s favorite guy, Leo. By the way, I don’t even like him that much.
Piper charmspeaking Gaea to sleep is so wrong. Like it was hyped up for so long and then Piper told Gaea to sleep and she did? Sorry, Piper, but no. And that didn’t even really permanently solve the problem. One day, she’ll wake up again and be someone else’s problem.
Magnus seems like a Percy copy. Also, why is Percy in literally every book or mentioned in every book but the Kane Chronicles? It gets old.
Like honestly though, if Rick breaks them up in the next book...I honestly can't even right now. This is to all of those solangelo shippers/rippers(why?) out there, comment what you would do/how you would feel. ( Also I feel like solangelo should be a tag)