Favorite Characters From the Percy Jackson SeriesDo you agree with this list? yes, no, somewhat? If so, just vote up your favorite one and don't forget to add some of your own, if you'd like.
I personally feel like Percy is a great character, because if the original series wasn't from his point of view, it would lose a lot of its charm and humor.
As much as I love all the other characters, no one would ever top Percy Jackson for me. He started the whole series, making it one of the best I've ever read.
Throughout both series, you could see how he could be funny and sarcastic to strong and determined to kind and loyal. Even though that his fatal flaw was being too loyal, that's really one of the main reasons I love him, because of his loyalty to his friends.
Unlike those other Greek heroes and Greek gods, he may be arrogant but not to the point that he was too proud to care. He turned down immortality, probably because of Annabeth and his friends but to request for something better. He turned down his chance of becoming immortal and made a request for the better of future demigods.
And that was when I knew that Percy Jackson was an even truer hero then Hercules and those other Greek, arrogant, heroes. Not only did he save Olympus a couple of times, saved the world, saved his friends and everyone else, he ...more
Percy has done so many great things I cannot even begin to list them all. He is willing to sacrifice himself even if he knows he would die, unlike Leo who only sacrificed himself because he had a potion from god of healing. first he defeated ARES god of war at the age of 12 with barely any training at all. He literally got the Golden Fleece but took no credit for it and all the campers ignored him, yet he was still happy for even coming back alive. He lead and army defeated Kronos. He was offered immortality but refused because he wanted demigods and minor god and goddesses to be treated good. He had a poor and humble background but was grateful for everything he had showing how great of a character he is. I could go on and on, but there are so many things to say, it would be impossible to list it all. Percy is very humble and kind. Others could only wish to be 1% of how great Percy is.
Very refreshing character, honestly. He's a top ten personal favorite. Ever read Wings Of Fire series? You totally should, by the way. Anyway, he is like Clay with his unmoving loyalty. It's kinda inspirational...But, yeah, he is great.
People compare him to Jason...well, Jason is great but I mean, after a while Percy's personality would be better than Jason's, at least for me. No hate though.
Percy did so much, and refused to give up. He made the prophecy be his, to save Nico...
I want him to be my brother just because I know how much his family and friends mean to him. So if I am ever in trouble, I know I can trust him to try help me.
First, he's brave. He willingly jumped into Tartarus, played double agent for the two camps, and volunteered for a suicidal quest to move the Athena Parthenos. Second, he's powerful. His abilities are amazing, including necromancy, geokinesis, and his trademark underworld abilities. His powers could even surpass Percy in some occasions. Third, he's a good strategist and he's smart. Unlike Percy, who is often viewed as dumb in terms of common sense, he very well understands both people and war strategies. In fact, he was able to provide the stories of mythological characters like Annabeth did. Finally, he's relatable. Being a young Italian boy from Mussolini's times and being gay is a hardship. WWII was highly prejudiced against homosexuals, and he was able to withstand the emotional turmoil. He was also able to maintain his emotions without completely shutting them out, and he forgave Percy for getting together with Annabeth when Nico has a crush on him. So, overall, Nico's smart, ...more
I love Nico, but I have one major issue with him: the way a lot of people infantalize him.
Nico is a complex, well-written, character with a lot of emotional depth. I dislike how a lot of people brush all his struggles away, and just say: "MY GAY BABY." I don't know why people infantalize gay men, but I have a major issue with people just infantalizing him and not even acknowledging his complexity or the character he really is.
Not going to get this exactly write because this is from memory, but this quote is the reason why Nico is my favorite.
"Nico had survived decades in the time warp reality of the lotus casino. He'd emerged in modern times disoriented, and culture-shocked arrived at camp half-blood, and promptly lost his sister, Bianca, to a dangerous quest. He'd wandered the labyrinth in self-imposed exile, being tortured a brainwashed by a malevolent ghost. He'd overcome everyone's distrust and emerged from the Battle of Manhattan as a hero. He'd been captured by the giants of Gaia. He'd wandered Tartarus alone and somehow managed to come out alive. And through it all, he'd struggled with his upbringing as a conservative Catholic Italian male from the 1930s and finally learned to accept himself as a young gay man."
Nico is a survivor and a fighter. I don't love Nico because he's gay. I don't love Nico because he has a cool sword or cool powers. I love him because, after all the pain and ...more
He's honestly amazing. I love him so much, he's actually one of my favourite fictional characters ever and I've read a lot of books, so this explains a lot. He's someone who deserves the world, and I'm so glad the fandom appreciates him sm. That beginning quote for him explains it perfectly. He's gone through so much, yet he still stays true to himself and shows bravery. He's not like all those hot guys who people say are misunderstood or something, he genuinely is. And I like how he's not made to be overly attractive. He's just such a great character :)
Even though many people portray her as egotistical and prideful, she is a very good character because of certain reasons. First, she's smart. Being a daughter of Athena, she is freakishly smart, not only bookishly smart, but also wise when it comes to battle strategies and warfare. Second, she recognizes her fatal flaw. Hubris, her fatal flaw, is common among demigods, and is present in demigods such as Atalanta, Bellerophon, and so many others. Unlike them, she actively tries to deflect her pride and tries to be humble. Third, she's good at battle. Being a daughter of the war goddess, she is naturally skilled at fighting. Fourth, she can survive emotional turmoil. Her first crush was Luke, who was 7 years older than her and wouldn't love her that way yet. However, she was able to put aside that and maintain in a good relationship with Percy. In the end of TLO where Luke dies and confesses her feelings, and where she and Percy started dating, things worked out sorta smoothly for her, ...more
Annabeth is amazing. I can't believe that some people say that she is abusive because she calls him seaweed brain and judo flipped him, Annabeth knows that Percy isn't dumb and "seaweed brain" is the base of their relationship she is an amazing character and should at least be second. She is such a kind, funny, smart, logical, loyal, beautiful, deep character and everyone can relate to her in some way. Or if you're like me and are like her in every way shape and form. I legit look like her twin. ;) and act like it
Many people say Annabeth is abusive because she calls him seaweed brain and judo flipped him. First of all, Annabeth is very aware that Percy is smart. At the start, Annabeth called Percy seaweed brain cause she was annoyed by him, but later on it became an endearing nickname. Second, she judo flipped him cause she missed him and demigods are tougher than humans so it barely hurt. Also, in pjo we can see Percy thoughts, and he seems to be really happy with Annabeth. So, obviously, she is not abusive.
It bothers me so much when people say Annabeth is abusive towards Percy. This doesn't make sense at all. Apparently "Seaweed Brain" is degrading towards his intelligence. Percy is smart, and Annabeth definitely knows that. Also, why is Annabeth only getting the blame? You have Thalia who calls him "Seaweed Brain and Kelp Head." You have Clarisse who insults him on a daily basis. Leo called him stupid in Blood of Olympus, and Reyna said Percy wouldn't be able to even get out of a paper bag. That's also insulting his intelligence. Annabeth is an amazing girl. She is not possessive, maybe a bit clingy. But that is definitely something many people can relate to. That being said, all of these characters are great!
Leo Valdez is an extremely funny, witty, deep, and developed character. He uses his humor to deflect his inner pain and turmoil, which serves as the base for other YA characters now, such as Jace Herondale, Kit Herondale, Emmett Cullen, the Weasley twins, James Potter I and II, Fred Weasley II, and so on. He also has a power to control fire, which is very useful in fights and whatnot.
There's no words. Leo is simply amazing. He's funny and impossible to hate. He doesn't like to "burden" others with his problems and never think of himself first. It's heartbreaking that he thinks of himself as the seventh wheel, the one that would never fit in or have a girlfriend. The only reason Leo fell for Calypso is because she was the first girl to ever show any kind of attraction towards him and that is so unfair. Calypso would probably fall in love with the next guy she saw and he deserves so much better than a girl who can't help but fall in love with every guy she meets. Though I feel I'm being unfair to her, even calypso hated leo when he first showed up. He's always smiling and can crack a joke in any situation not to mention how selfless he is. Leo valdez is and will always be just as much of a hero if not more than percy jackson or jason grace
Leo Valdez deserves the earth and the sky. He isn't the character with the most problems, but he may be the most underrated character in the whole series. He is by far the smartest, smarter than Annabeth since he was able to solve math questions that stumped most educated adults. He was able to fix any car by the age of five. He learnt both English and Spanish by three and was fluent in Morse code by age six. He's faced horrible, horrible things. He probably cries himself to sleep at night because he is drowning in guilt and self-doubt. But he is still brave enough to put a smile on every single day. He is still able to crack a joke in dangerous situations, even if the mode doesn't call for it. He is still able to hide everything on the inside from his best friends, and the only reason he told them was that it came up. He would have kept bottling it up until it exploded and someone died by his hand again, by accident of course, unless it's himself. If he didn't smile, he would be a ...more
Leo is overall, one of the most relatable characters in the series, in my opinion. When thought about, Leo and Nico are a lot alike, but Leo is better at hiding the pain. He is funny and won't go without seeing a smile on anybody's face, even though he, himself is crying inside. I feel like him so much, he represents so much more than what people say he does. He is one of the reasons the seven are alive, yet, he feels so useless. His characteristics are relatable to so many, it's beautiful, really. Honestly, he is a really great role model, motives wise. Not to mention he sacrificed his own life to save everyone else, only coming back to see Calypso again. This is the most heroic thing ever done in the books, succeeding Percy' s quests by far.
Thalia is a main character, right along with the seven. She never disappeared. She appeared in the majority of the books, and when she didn't, she was at least mentioned once or twice. The buildup to her arrival was incredible, and she had a major impact on the story. She even replaced Annabeth as Percy's main female companion for a book and a short story. She defeated a major villain, and she and Percy are shown to develop a strong friendship and team. She was proclaimed by Grover and Atlas to be, along with Percy, the greatest hero of the age, and the most powerful demigod. Here's to the original Team Percy Jackson: Percy, Annabeth, Grover, Thalia, Nico, Tyson, and Rachel!
Thalia is one of the best female characters in the story. Her personality is strong and independent. She is brave enough to sacrifice her life to save her friends. The buildup to her arrival in story is incredible and she had a major impact on the story. Along with Percy Jackson she is described as the greatest demigod of the age. She defeats a major villain and shows great friendship and Team Corporation. She is headstrong but loyal to her friends. By becoming a Hunter, Thalia gave up her chance to be an adult and have a normal life. This selfless action kept Olympus safe for a while and she showed just as much loyalty to Olympus as Bianca did.
She is so strong. Thalia dies protecting her friends, and when she comes back to life, her best friend has turned evil. She is truly amazing!
Thalia's a cool character! Not so much my favourite but one I kinda like. I mean at such a young age thinking her brother jason got killed or taken is hard thing for a child around nine to off. Then getting killed at twelve a getting turned in a tree. I don't think if I were in her position I would've stayed on the gods side. And talking about that the two people she ran away with were both on different sides of the war. Luke on the titans and annabeth on the gods. And after waking up from being a tree realising everyone's grown up must be HARD.
Where the heck did Grover go in HOO? Like, the only person Percy remembered was Annabeth, not his best friend Grover? He and Grover knew each other a year longer than Percy knew Annabeth. Grover is kind, sweet, awkward, and insecure. He also has cool nature powers. He is Percy's best friend, not Frank or Jason, it's Grover. You can't convince me otherwise.
Grover is kind, funny and loyal. He makes everything relatable to our real life. He is definitely underrated. He's very humble and always happy for everyone around him. I love Grover, I have always.
Percy's best friend and probably the most kind hearted person in the entire Riordan universe. Man his duty of acting as a guardian and protecting Percy and nature is pretty appreciable.
Well he brought all the Greek children of the big three to camp, is a lord of the wild, the chosen one of pan, the only searcher to make it back alive and has been on all of Percy's quests (authorized by camp) in PJO!
Tyson is awesome. He goes with Ella so well for them both being monsters. By the way, Ella isn't on this list, so I have a few complaints.
Tyson is my favourite character. There is no character that can make me laugh as quickly or as much as Tyson can. He is sweet and innocent and awesome despite his tough childhood.
Since nobody added the Stolls on here (and I can't because I don't have an account), I have to go with Tyson. He is so funny and he is the (third) best character in my opinion. I'm sorry, Tyson is great, but I love Travis and Connor Stoll more.
Tyson is totally awesome. I mean he's a second son of Poseidon! Fire resistant and has super strength. Because of him sea of monsters is one of my FAVORITE books. By the way he owned typhon
Let's see, where to start, she is easily THE BEST CHARACTER of Percy Jackson, and I am going to explain why: In the first place, she is a realistic character. He has flaws and makes mistakes, something that many characters (especially female) had problems with. She is strong, smart, fearless, fair, compassionate, serious, persevering, and loyal. He listened and helped the Greeks even though they had attacked his camp first. She has a very complicated internal struggle, but she remained strong and relentless for others, constantly giving up her happiness for others (example: When Piper and Jason arrived at the camp, she simply stepped aside and respected Jason's decision ). And I could so I could go on.
I really don't understand why so much of the fandom hates her. She is really amazing! (sorry if this has some writing problems, I'm using the translator haha)
Reyna was definitely one of the most well written characters in the series. She should get more credit for all the amazing and badass things she did.
Reyna is so brave and she is also very pretty! She didn't need a boyfriend and in (spoiler alert) "The Trials of Apollo" she refused to marry Apollo.
Reyna doesn't get enough credit from readers. I get it, Annabeth and Thalia are awesome, but please make room for this girl too. She remains a strong leader, is mature, intelligent, and so down-to-earth. EVEN if she doesn't have a boyfriend, she is still able to get through in life. When she's had a crush on Jason, goes on quests with him, cherishes him, and then he DISAPPEARS people. He comes back with a hot Greek girl. Yet she STILL remains strong and continues to help them. Love her, she's a strong a powerful character!
Hazel is a sweetheart and is, logically, the most powerful out of the seven. Think about it, she can control the mist and make illusions like the maze with Pasiphae. She can, technically, raise, speak to, control the dead, summon and control precious gems and metal(including weapons and armor, since they are technically precious metal) and use her mist powers to meddle with people's minds including giving them fake memories, etc. But Riordan made her the sweet one and made her look like the weakest. which was bad. But I loved her past and her personality. She should've gotten more POVs.
Hazel is loyal and brave. Although she was sea-sick, she went to help Percy and Frank close the doors of death and they traveled on a ship. Also, she has a awesome horse.
Hazel is awesome and I don´t get any one who disagrees her past was so sad! Filled with so much pain and guilt. And guess what? She´s a SWEETHEART!
She is so kind and understanding and good to Frank. I love her the most in the son of neptune, though she is also awesome is the house of hades.
You should, know, I accedentialy missed frank but I meant to vote him. He is my number 5 and is very much awesome.
I mean, she's so nice. That's why we all like her. I mean u can't not like Hazel. Plus she's much stronger than she looks, and can basically change reality by using the mist
Even though Luke is the main villain in PJO, he is a hero at the end of TLO. He developed feelings for Annabeth and deflects Kronos at TLO and even TBotL. This could speak about his morals and his bravery. His heart is in the right place and he died a hero.
Luke Castellan was not evil. He was a demigod, put in his house, betrayed by his father, with some schizophrenic mother who'd scared him to hide in the cupboard. Imagine if that was YOU. Imagine if you were like that, seeking for some... protection. But Luke realized he was good, and ran away. The frankest explanation, so don't think I'm harrying you.
Luke met two friends - Thalia and Annabeth - and when his father finally arrived, he was in no condition to FORGIVE. But he's a really kind character. Even if he stormed off, he recognized himself as a son of Hermes. Percy tried to hide that Tyson was his brother until Tyson showed some good, but Luke always recognized himself as a son of Hermes. Yes, he never just approached Hermes and said 'Father, I love you' but that would sound... fake, you know. He couldn't. He just couldn't. He was angry enough. Sufficiently angry. He sought his true purpose just like Ethan. He wanted to bring a difference, not to be evil. He knew his time ...more
I felt so different about Luke throughout the series. At first he seemed like a nice guy, but then we found out that he was a traitor. That really hit me even though I already knew he was one. Luke wasn't a very lovable guy, especially when he was working for Kronos. But when you think about it, you'll probably remember how he seemed different to Percy than the bad guy he thought he knew. Luke tried to go back and admit to Annabeth how he wanted a fresh start, but she refused. Then when the were on Olympus fighting Luke/Kronos, he pulled through and was a hero in the end. That's only a few reasons I love Luke so much.
Personally? I've always loved Luke, even when he betrayed them. I understand why people disagree, he's made to be the typical villain from book one. But, put yourself in his situation. He learned that the Gods aren't meant to be trusted, and his friend, Hal, died because he wanted to help a little girl from being killed. He lost his best friend at a young age, and his other best friend, the one he himself trained and valued, Annabeth, was getting more and more distant as years past. He fails a mission, and suddenly, he finds out he can stop other demigods like him from feeling the same pain. He can defeat the Gods, and stop them from having anymore children to suffer. And remember, most of the time, he wasn't even the one doing all this, it was Kronos. And, of course, he died. He died for us. He sacrificed himself for us, something Percy's never done. Also, many say that Luke's that hero in the prophecy, and it's not even a theory, it's the truth. It says that cursed blade shall reap ...more
She doesn't deserve so much hate for 'getting in the way of Percabeth'. She didn't even talk back when Annabeth bullied her in Battle of the Labyrinth. She is extremely nice and kind. And do you guys remember the underground cave with Pan? She felt sooooo guilty because her dad destroyed the wilderness. Perachel shouldn't get so much hate either and stop sending threats to people who ship them. Jesus! Why would anyone do that? Rachel treated Percy well and that friendship should have developed more, platonically or romantically. Rachel is a badass oracle, a kind, sweet, friend, and THREW A FREAKING HAIRBRUSH STRAIGHT AT KRONOS'S EYE! She totally doesn't deserve so much hate for getting in the way of a ship.
Does NOT deserve all the hate she gets. So what if she had a crush on Percy? So what if she kissed him ONE time? Hey, she apologised and dumped him (even though they were never together). She is the best oracle, artist and just really cool. Percahel is brotp and I'm not taking any hate for it.
I have mixed feelings about her. On the one hand, she's so creative and cool, a perfect Oracle, and sassy. On the other hand, though, she tried hitting on Percy even though she knew he liked Annabeth, and was rude towards Annabeth.
She gets too much hate for having a small crush on Percy. Seriously? Nico had a crush on Percy, Calypso had a crush on Percy, and honestly...
I like him he's very sartastic but still it's so funny because basically it goes like this camper: Chiron we added a bunch of sheilds and don't use phones for fear of attracting monsters but what color should we make the shirts chiron: let's make them BRIGHT ORANGE!
y did he make them that color?
He ABUSED Leo, and he is supposed to help keep campers safe, and he abused one of them. NO WAY is he a good character
CHIRON? I swear who put him on the list will get a slap on his face
Chiron is better than the gods (yes, Zeus, I'm talking about you)
Chiron is so cool especially in the battle of the labyrinth.
Percy: Why do you need to gallop while you fly?
Blackjack: Why do humans have to sway their arms while they walk?
I love this Pegasus's personality: loyal with a big ego and a love for sugar cubes and donuts!
Blackjack has a long history between the Demigods. His is amazing, I love his humor!
A horse who has humour, and loves eating doughnuts. What's not to like?
Best Pegasus Ever! He loves surge cubes. How come he's not the number one?!
His death was the saddest scene in the entire HOO series. He was a good boyfriend to Piper, being caring and protective for her, but not fighting her battles. He is powerful, but does not brag about his abilities. He's funny, but doesn't overdo his humor. So he deserves to be in the top ten.
I cried so hard at his death, and I don't understand why people think he's a copy of Percy. Just because they are sons of the big three? They literally have opposite personalities. Also, why do people hate him because he's serious? We don't need another demigod like Leo or Percy, always cracking jokes. Having at least some serious demigods evens it out. Also, if you were in Jason's place, would you be joking around? He was raised by Lupa, when he was TWO. He grew up most of his life at a Roman camp for demigods, Camp Jupiter, which is like a military camp. And people hate him because he is SERIOUS? He isn't bland at all, and he should be in the top ten.
Jason Grace... *cries* I can't even say his NAME without getting emotional! Everything about him is flawless in the least annoying way possible! He's gone thru so much!
1. At 2 years old, his fathers wife took him away from his loving sister
2. When he first arrived at camp jupiter, he got put in the 5th cohort, the "worst" cohort according to the campers.
3. He changed the way the campers look down on the 5th. He became a strong powerful leader!
4. Juno stole every memory except of who mattered most to him (Thalia) he was then brought to a place where he felt ashamed to be there but not knowing why. He lead a quest to rescue Hera still with amnesia.
Ok honestly I haven't read the mark of Athena, house of hades, or blood of Olympus yet, but I still will love jason grace unconditionally!
I don't understand how many people don't like him! Its also sad that everyone is comparing him to Percy, trust me, Percy Jackson is an amazing character, but Jason isn't a cold, stern and heartless demigod. He can have fun and has helped everyone in many ways. If it was not for him, many characters that we love (yes Percy, even you) wouldn't be here now. He also helped Nico with the Cupid incident, and was there for him when not a lot of people were. Stop being so mean to Jason! Jason is not a Percy and Percy is certainly not a Jason, both of them are leaders and powerful in their own ways.
People say "Piper was the first Aphrodite kid that was strong." And I'm like "Excuse me, Silena was definitely stronger than Piper, and she didn't even have charmspeak!" Silena was a hero. No one can convince me otherwise. The reason she betrayed camp was because Luke charmed her, and when she wanted to back out, he threatened her lover's life. Luke tricked her and Beckendorf's death wasn't her fault.
Although her time in PJO was short, she has a good aura. She serves as double agent but she chosen to fight for the good at the end. She died for Charles Bekendorf and she chose to be with him in the afterlife. She overthrows Aphrodite kid stereotypes of being girly and she can fight a drakon for a little while.
Rick had so much potential with this character. Either Thalia or her should have been in the seven instead of Piper. I mean, think about how interesting it would have been if Silena survived. She lost the love of her life, she owns her sweet girly-girl personality and is still a warrior, and some campers would still be calling her a traitor for being Luke's former spy. This is one of Rick's few mistakes with these AMAZING books that pretty much define me. Silena Beauregard should have survived
I loved her! Sure she was a traitor but first of all, she was tricked into it, and she was promised that Charles would be safe! She did what she did out of love! Plus, what she did before she died was truly heroic! Silena FOR THE WIN!
Beckendorf is that cool person that isn't one of the main characters, doesn't have an important role and practically contributes to nothing, but the one that everyone secretly loves.
He was always so cool and I really loved how he was nice to Tyson and taught him how to make things.
Charles was really brave.He was related to Leo, which in my opinion is really cool.
I like the old characters.
At first, Frank was very well-written. He was insecure about his body and Riordan added some Chinese-Canadian representation. Then his grandmother called him 'Fai', which isn't a Chinese word(I'm Chinese, so I know), and though Zhang is popular Chinese surname, it definitely doesn't mean'Master of Bows'. Though the character for Zhang, 张，has 弓 in it, which means bow. And then Riordan magically made Frank more muscular and his fat disappeared, and everyone loves him more. So now his lesson is 'If you are fat, you have to become muscular to be loved.' But I loved his personality and I absolutely love Frazel. And it is not pedophilia since the legal age for pedophilia is 5 and Frazel is only 3. And Hazel was dead, so she didn't age.
Frank is one of my top 3 favorite characters. His backstory is sad, but some what realistic. His character evolves wonderfully and he is tragicly played. He is an outcast, but at the same time people love him. He is a redeemed character that has amazing powers. His past is similar yet different from Leo's. Because while Leo's backstory slowly plays out during his childhood, Frank's story, powers, weaknesses, secrets, and deaths all hit him at once. He is insecure, which explains him being a little bit rude to Leo. His relationship with Hazel is sweet, and wonderful break from the drama of everything. Frank is really nice, sweet, and kind. With deep character flaws, and misjudgments. Which makes him awesome. Also his powers are so cool, but you wish he didn't have them, it's sad to see the fact that this awesome and wonderful characters life depends on a stick. Thanks Rick, for this awesome character.
Um well duh! He can turn into animals even a DRAGON, is a amazing archer, and is INVULNERABLE when he has the the blessing of Ares. He's probably #3 after Nico and Percy.
WHAT HOW IS HE 17?!?!?!?! Frank isn't my favorite character, but he's definitely in my top 10. He is a son of Ares, yet he's like a cuddly panda bear, and wait, he actually CAN TURN INTO a cuddly panda bear. He should be in the top 10, for sure. I also really don't see why Thalia is so high up. In my mind, she isn't even a main character. She's plays a role in certain books, but besides The Titan's Curse, she isn't really a 'main character ' in any book.
Zoe Nightshade was one of the bravest character in the series. She went on the quest knowing she would die. She was strict, kind, and learned to like men despite being betrayed by one thousands of years ago, leading to her becoming a hunter. She was a loyal hunter and was a fearless warrior. Her last words were heart-breaking and she should get more recognition from the fandom.
She's man-hating, but not man-hating for the sake of man-hating. She has a good reason for that. She also chose to lead the quest even when she knew that she would die.
Zoe is one of my favorite characters. Zoe the Hunter sets out on quest that permits her to save Artemis, her leader and the goddess of the Hunt. This Act shows the danger and adventure that she is willing to take to save lady Artemis even knowing it could mean her death. She has portrayed loyalty to extreme standards. Zoe is a character for whom we seem to root in the book. She takes the story through twists and turns and amazes reader with her past. Zoe can also be thought as the bravest among her sisters.
Zoë is probably one of the 5 bravest characters from Percy Jackson and the Olympians. She knew all along that they prophecy meant her dying by Atlas. She still went and fought along with Percy (which is surprising) and her other friends. She's super brave and will forever be in the stars.
Well probably the coolest god. His head is a thousand degree cooler than rest of the hot headed Gods (Example ZEUS ARIES and HADES). Also the dad of Percy Jackson.
He is definitely what you would want as a dad that you wouldn't be able to spend a lot of time with. He is nicer than all of the other gods and goddesses that I read about in the story and stayed in Percy's life even though he couldn't stay with him and be more like a real father figure like Percy wanted when he was younger.Zeus is my father after I took the test to see who your father or mother would be but I still love Poseidon.
Hey, guys if you can vote for the awesome Percy Jackson can't you vote for his awesome dad...
He should be a bit higher on this list when you like a son and don't like his father...
He is the only one of the Big Three to keep his promise, he found a way to outsmart it, making him smarter than Zeus and Poseidon. He actually loved Persephone, even if he kidnapped her. He actually cared about his children, saving Nico and Bianca and showing Hazel his powers, instead of being like Zeus and just popping up at their deaths to turn them into trees or like Poseidon, who just wanted his name cleared. He got the short end of the stick with everything when it came to his bros. He then somehow became the villain in everything.
Let's be honest. He is the best godly parent in the book series. He lets Nico live with him, takes his advice, gave him a zombie, and actually cares for Nico. Even though he always thinks Percy and Jason is annoying, he still helps them
He's Nico's dad. Basically what everybody is saying: he's the father of my favorite character. YES. And come on, you have to feel bad for him that he was excluded from Olympus.
I mean, he's not the nicest but I feel bad for him, the rest of the gods just exclude him from Olympus and he helps in the end of Last Olympian. Plus he is Nico's dad and Nico is drop dead awesome. Get it 'drop dead" haha
You gotta love the man hating goddess who, ironically, only respects one man, the main character, which proves my point, the main character can do anything...
She's the best goddess of the all, the smartest, bravest awesomest one. Come on, the gods would fall apart if not for her. Totally kick butt and man hating which so proves my point. Plus, she's a huntress and hangs out with immortal girls
I hate boys so I like Artemis. I mean I dislike all of the gods (they are all so vain and tempered) she and Athena are my favorite.
I love Artemis so much because she is so kind. She loved Zoe so much. She didn't want Annabeth to bear the burden of the sky.
He's so happy and sunshiny and positive and calm. He's just a lovable character and for a while he was my favorite fictional character ever. People always think he's my favorite since he's dating Nico or Solangelo or whatever, but I don't really care much about Will's love life or that he's dating Nico since I don't really care that much about Nico (do not murder me). I liked him way before they started dating
He doesn't have much character development but from what we've seen he is an amazing, happy, helpful kid. He has many talents, and is the apollo cabin counsler. He is caring to his half-siblings, boyfriend, and other people. He is an amazing bundly of sunshine.
WHY IS HE SO LOOW?! He's not exactly underrated but his charcuterie gets really messed up in fanfics! He's not a happy ray of sunshine ALL THE TIME! Barely. He's a regular demigod and I wish people would treat him like that. He's friends with a child of Hermes and a chold of Hecate. He's probably a total prankster. He is so cool and gets along great with Leo. Bi icon. Love this guy! *clap clap*
I vote for Will Solace because he not only has helped Nico out of his shell and saved him from pushing himself as far as killing himself MANY times but also saved Annabeth's life in Last Olympian. He is also one of the only people who can calm down Clarise. He is the head of the Apollo cabin, an amazing healer and archer. He has a big heart, works hard and lights up everyones day. Plus he's Nico's doctor and boyfriend whats not to love about the Significant Annoyance!
She purposely chose to stay with the nastiest, most horrible human on the face of the earth. She remained with Gabe, who abused her. All to protect her son. She deserves to be on her list and you know what? She deserves to be on the top ten best fictional moms list.
When she found love for the second time, I was so pleased. She deserves to have a good man to treat her right. And percy deserves a proper father figure...no offense Poseidon...your awesome but you don't get much time for your children.
Absolutely incredible. This woman lives through anything. She loves her children and her husband, and is just a super woman. Top ten best fictional mothers.
The best book mom ever! They're always either not in their kids lives or helicopter parents who are all in their kids business. But Sally one of the only book moms I've even read who is a good mom.
The best parent. She always worries about Percy, and even married smelly Gabe to protect him. I'm glad that she's got someone she actually loves now!
Come on cupcakes! Vote for coach hedge
"Pokemon, gotta kill 'em all! "
He makes me laugh a lot
I love that old goat.
Oh my gosh. He is an awesome god. And he actually cares about Luke.
Hermes is definitely my favorite god in the series.
He should be up there
Best god ever