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

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

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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 that same day. Many people, when they first met the two boys, thought that they were, in fact, biological brothers, if not twins. That was just how identical they were. One day, they both received a letter. These letters told them that they were wizards. These letters told them that they had been accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It was a dream come true. But of course, everything just had to go wrong, didn't it.
    
BOOK ONE
  
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A note: Percy Jackson doesn't discover anything about the demigod side of the universe until later in the second book. Just a warning. If that's too slow for you, don't read.
  
DISCLAIMER!!
Note that I do not own anything that was created by J. K. Rowling or Rick Riordan. I only own some of the plot and the occasional person or place that I may create myself.
  
WARNING!!
When people comment mistakes, I come back and I make sure that they're fixed. So, I'm still editing.

  • book1
  • brothers
  • crossover
  • demigod
  • demiwizard
  • dracomalfoy
  • dursley
  • harrypotter
  • hermionegranger
  • hogwarts
  • magic
  • orphan
  • percyjackson
  • philosophersstone
  • ronaldweasley
  • ronweasley
  • sorcerersstone
  • stone
  • twins
  • wizard
Why would Harry know the truth about his parents death BEFORE hogwarts
I always feel so bad correcting grammar mistakes but if you say so 😂
RunHuaLi RunHuaLi Jul 09
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Over the centuries of life on Earth we have discovered very little about our planet and how it works. But this is one thing I can tell you for sure is true.
emmuli1999 emmuli1999 3 days ago
That last sentence makes me think they get sorted to Slytherin or just one of them and the other in some other house...
Thank you so much for actually fixing your grammar mistakes! There are so many writers who are just like "Oh, I'll fix that later," or "Oh, I don't care! It's my story!" But no. Grammar is important.