I just made this cause i was bored :)
WDYM 'THEY AREN'T REALLY BAD'?
Piper might be bi, but Annabeth isn't lol
Isn't think kinda true?
I don't think so. Some of my friends do, but here is my reasoning. Silena only became a traitor so in the end, she could save her friends. She told the Titans that there was a creature only Ares children would fight, ands they were not fighting in the war. That's why she went to convince them in the end, so t=she could throw the Titans off.
THESE PEOPLE ARE ALL SPECIAL IN THEIR OWN WAY
Percy - Umm, I don't think this one needs an explanation. JUST LOOK AT THE TITLE!
Sally Jackson - Only the best mom to ever live, essential in Percy's life (and her blue cookies...).
Poseidon - Percy's dad, and the reason he wound up in CHB in the first place.
Annabeth - The first person Percy met at CHB, Percy's best friend who accompanied him through the years. And most importantly, the second half of PERCABETH!!
Rachel - The new Oracle, Percy's best friend at Goode, and the person who made Annabeth realize she had feelings for Percy.
Clarisse - Percy's first enemy at Camp, and the person who encouraged Percy to sneak out of Camp when she was picked to go to the Sea of Monsters.
Chris - The only person who brings out the soft side in Clarisse.
Selina - The 'traitor' who risked her life so everybody could succeed.
Chiron - The most essential part in Percy's growth in Camp Half Blood. In terms of Annabeth, he was like a father to her.
Dionysus - The man who Percy hated, but it brought out the best in him (and we all know that he always knew Percy's name.)
Luke - If he hadn't been there, Percy would have never found his love for Annabeth. The gods would have been destroyed if he wasn't there because then there would have been no hero.
Thalia - The reason Annabeth and Luke are alive today. I don't think I need to add anymore.
Zoe - The person who despised of Percy, but found a friend in him later. She risked her life for everyone else.
Nico - The person who helped Percy in the last book, by shadow traveling. As the second series goes on, he helps everyone a lot. The boy who went through Tartarus... alone.
Zeus - King of the Gods, Ruler of the Heavens. I don't know what else to say.
Hades - Ruler of the Underworld. The one who Nico needed to impress, which all in all, lead to the Titans being defeated.
Grover - The satyr that brought Percy to CHB, Percy's only friend in middle school
Pan - God of the Wild, essential to Grover's character.
Tyson - Percy's big brother, also an essential part in defeating the Titans.
Bianca - The kindest heart around, cared for her brother more than anything.
I take back what I said about Pan not being great. When you look deeply into this, you can see that EACH AND EVERYONE of these characters are important in there own way. Rick created them for a reason.
Without Chris, Clarisse would have never found her soft side.
LOL the last two things I wrote were paragraphs long, and this one is only a sentence. But it is still important.
Imagine not having Luke. Then, there would have been no enemy, making the story a bit bland. And without Luke, there is no HERO in the Great Prophecy, which means that if Luke wasn't the hero and didn't sacrifice his life, then the gods would be destroyed (although that honestly wouldn't be that bad, considering the way they treat their children.) and everything Percy, Annabeth, Grover, and everyone else worked for through books 1-4. Annabeth wouldn't have developed her first crush, and that means that Percy wouldn't have been jealous and then eventually realized that he has feelings for her, too, and that would have been the end of Percabeth. So I kindly disagree with you.
You have to take all of that into consideration, but you also have to think about the plot of the story. All the events in the first four books only led up to the last book, in which Percy & Annabeth (and undoubtedly, everyone else) saved Olympus from the Titans. That has nothing to do with Pan or Grover's search for the god. Although it adds to Grover's character, he just stresses Grover out, which is very unlike the enchilada - loving satyr we all love. I'm not saying that Pan is bad or unimportant, but I think he is the least important out of the ones on this list.
That was a mouthful.
The worst god to ever exist, and the one that ignores his children the most. Definitely not one of the Big Three, or the one everyone loves for dressing in shorts and a shirt. :)
Based off of their roles in the story, I would say Pan is the least important. He doesn't affect the story so much. Everyone else is there for a reason, and Pan is basically all Grover focuses on, which is annoying.