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Percy Jackson - Forgiving, not Forgetting

Percy Jackson - Forgiving, not Forgetting

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Clarrissa Parker By BraveandPowerful Updated Jan 30, 2017

Percy Jackson has been killed, maybe not physically, but still killed. Dead. Gone. But Chaos brings him back with some help from a few gods. He was betrayed by the ones he knew and loved. The ones who he would've given his life for in an instant. He held no love for the campers of both Half-Blood or Jupiter. Because when his flaw killed him because the ones closest to him don't care as he does, he becomes broken. He only trusts very few now, and if your not one of them, be wary.

Of course, like any normal story, he has to return and reveal himself. Something else is happening again, and as much as Percy hates seeing the old campers, his Patrons, and new Love, all need him there.


If anyone wants to use my storyline/characters/anything that I made, just let me know. I don't mind as long as I know. <3

  • battle
  • betrayal
  • chaos
  • olympus
  • patron
  • percyjackson
  • pertemis
  • pertimis
ChubbyNinja45 ChubbyNinja45 Jun 22, 2017
Will you be finishing this story? Cause I really like this pertemis story
As soon as I saw Ares I'm thinking either this is hell or an alternate universe
I love how everyone is saying "OMG ARES" and I was like.... dude all ares did was try to make Percy's life miserable.... and Percy seems to have gone through so many wars, that Ares couldn't help but want to bless him....
                              Hera on the other hand
fun_time_freddy69 fun_time_freddy69 Jun 25, 2017
Every god accept his patrons: foooock
                              WTF ARES GOOD LORD THE WORLD IS ENDING
gleek_demigod gleek_demigod Feb 19, 2016
wow! amazing chapter! cant believe he became the champion of hera and ares!
Riptiderox Riptiderox Jun 05, 2016
                              No offense to Rick Riordan or anything, but it definitely was not his best, but it was still quite captivating in some parts.