The Sea of Monsters

Why is Percy Jackson so important, according to Chiron?

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In Sea of Monsters, Chiron counsels Percy about the possibility of being the child of the prophecy. He says that he does not know that Percy is that child, but that indeed one person can make a difference. Percy is important because he has one foot in the immortal world and one in the mortal world. This allows him to experience them both and to influence them both.