The House of Hades Characters

Rick Riordan
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Percy Jackson

Percy Jackson is the son of Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea. Percy is able to control water and has a pen that turns into a sword, Riptide. Percy is deeply affected by his time in Tartarus. He is poisoned by gorgon blood and must be carried by Bob, the Titan Iapetus, through Tartarus to get a cure. Bob takes he and Annabeth to Damasen, a giant, who helps the demigod.

In the Underworld, Percy learns that he can not only control water in rivers and lakes, but also in the human body. He uses the tears of Akhlys, the Greed goddess of misery against her by imagining her tears filling her nose and throat. This terrifies Annabeth and she pleads with him to stop. She tells him that some things should not be controlled. Percy does not want to stop, but concedes to Annabeth’s...

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