Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, and the Philosopher's Stone

Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, and the Philosopher's Stone

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katie By ssamkayy Updated Dec 05, 2016

Perseus Jackson was adopted at the age of seven by a "wonderful" and "caring" family that went by the surname Dursley. He met Harry Potter the same day. Many people, when they first meet the two boys, think that they are, in fact, biological brothers, if not twins. That is just how identical they are. One day, they both get a letter. These letters tell them that they are wizards and that they have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It's a dream come true. But, of course, it had to go wrong, didn't it.

DISCLAIMER!!
Note that I do not own Percy, Harry, or anything from either of the fandoms. All that stuff belongs to its respective owners, J. K. Rowling and Rick Riordan. I only own some of the plot and the occasional person or place that I may create.

WARNING!!
My updating schedule is completely random; don't count on consistent updates.
Another note, I edit as I go along so there may still be some grammar and spelling problems.

GeminiHaddock GeminiHaddock Sep 05, 2016
You do know that this means that he is probably one of the first pureblooded demiwizards in existence.
Romani_Raven Romani_Raven Oct 25, 2016
O.O O.O *weird stare and then starts wheezing* HAHAHAHAHEHEHEHEHAHAHAHEHEHEAHA XD
samigirl101 samigirl101 Jan 08
James Potter
                              
                              Last words "You don't have a nose"
                              
                              Muggles passing by his gravestone: "He must have been in a bar fight. Or on drugs. Wherever he was, he ticked off the wrong person.
its_lixzy its_lixzy Sep 05, 2016
His last words is a funny statement that's how you know he's a marauder
Killjoy_5 Killjoy_5 Dec 06, 2016
Damn James, I love that. Famous Last Words you have, lad. WAY to awesome, to be FRANK
Secretlyanonymus Secretlyanonymus Dec 21, 2016
The plot set up is good, but the way it's presented could use work.