Son of the Rivers (Wattys 2015 Entry)

Son of the Rivers (Wattys 2015 Entry)

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PixelUp By PixelUp Updated Oct 01, 2016

A being born from the Five Rivers of the Underworld, stronger than most gods, Feared by many. Always hiding, always there. An immortal being that carries out the will of the Rivers. Stronger than a First-Born of a god. Much stronger. He is made of the Essence of the rivers. But he was not always like this. He was once a demigod, the most powerful demigod. He was respected by many and feared by his many enemies. But a hero's fate is always tragic. His fate was no different and he became someone else. He is now Raze,  the Champion and Heart of the Rivers, a deity in his own right. But who was he? This ill fated hero?  

That was Perseus Jackson, Hero of Olympus. The greatest hero to walk the Earth. But fate is cruel. He is now Raze, the immortal bringer of Judgement. You can call him Raze, but only Raze. If you call him Percy, consider yourself lucky if he doesn't respond. Because much worse could happen to you. Much worse. He has changed a lot and it is their fault. They want him back? 
Too late.

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  • wattys2015
shammah1124 shammah1124 Jul 12
*ambulance siren* Sir lets get her to the hospital for Apollo and Khione can help her with that burn.
I'm pretty sure I swam in the Acheron I fit all of those descriptions.
WALLERBY WALLERBY May 30
This... this prolog is pure Minas gold... it is amazing! Scratch that, it's amaZHANG!
Wife? I wasn't notified of the wedding. 
                              Probably because I would crash 
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              And burn it
MIT really good. You don't over emphasize it or make it describing all the events in one or two sentences like most. You give a good explanation what happened.
It's so good! I'm loving it already, you're an amazing writer, and you should be proud.