Percy Jackson: Born of Three

Percy Jackson: Born of Three

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Paige By Book_The_Worm Updated Mar 28, 2016

Perseus Jackson had a unique birth.  His mother, Sally Jackson, a daughter of Apollo, was so pure hearted and kind, all three of the sons of Kronos and Rhea fell for her.  The fates put an enchantment on her so she could bare a son with the DNA of all three gods: Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades.  When Sally died, they were all devastated, but although they wished it, they knew raising Perseus was not an option, for, it would only cause the infant pain to be raised by three brothers who more or less hated each other.  

So the task went to Hestia, Aphrodite, and Artemis.


And thus begins the demigod life of Perseus Jackson, son of Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Aphrodite, and Artemis, grandson of Apollo, and the most powerful among god or mortal to ever live.

Everytime I read the fury's name, I hear it in Persephone's voice
*in amazement*
                              What have you done with Hera, Ares, Dionysus,  and Hephaestus
You all got it wrong.
                              She was about to say.
                              
                              'That's a bunch of bannana's
Y'all be ranting about bad parenting skills and I just
                              
                              
                              You realize they left their kids to die or ruin their lives because of their own stupid rules they came up with and have never raised a mortal child so they didn't think about how a kid can die from these weapons
And then it makes their "flaws" seem so artificial and forced
Wait....isnt artemis his sister too because she is a daughter of zeus and appolo his brother and grandpa?       
                              
                              What a wierd family