The One to Whom I Owe My Soul **Hiatus**

The One to Whom I Owe My Soul **Hiatus**

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BornFromAshes By BornFromAshes Updated Sep 01

"I'll fix this Percy," Annabeth promises, staring at the crack lines of his hands. 

 Maybe it was determination, or maybe she just inherited a whole lot of stupid, but when the next words came out of her mouth she didn't regret them, "I promise on the River Styx, I WILL fix this,"

Thunder boomed despite the lack of clouds outside, and vaguely she wondered if anyone who happened to be paying attention could hear it, or if it was just for the ears of the oath-maker. 

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A very ancient, very old curse is cast. One meant only for children of the sea god, Poseidon, and his Roman counterpart, Neptune. Percy finds himself struggling for survival, as Annabeth embarks on a quest to find a cure to this curse before Percy is gone...this time, for good. 

But time is running out. 

The countdown for survival is coming to an end. 

**Hiatus**

[Ranked #2 in Sickness]

  • annabeth
  • chase
  • curse
  • jackson
  • percy
  • sickness
Technically since Triton is a god wouldn't it be ichor? (Ichor is the blood if the gods by the way). Hope this doesn't seem annoying!
MessilyMiraculous MessilyMiraculous Sep 04, 2017
Other Gods: rawr! I hate you!! Hestia: *pet pet* I love my hearth. :)
My haiku for apollo
                                                Apollo sun god
                                        Can look in to the future
                                                Eyes blazing like fire
Percabethlova321go Percabethlova321go Jun 26, 2017
OH PERCY
                              PLEASE DON'T SAY YOU'RE TURNING INTO ZEUS AKA THE DRAMA QUEEN
H0pe4better H0pe4better Sep 01, 2017
Does she not see the got girl sitting in front of him?? Who does she think Annabeth is? His sister?
04Cass13 04Cass13 Jul 24, 2016
I thought that said sharkled I was so confused! Stupid dyslexia