Percy Jackson Writing ResourcesOkay guys, so there's been something bugging me lately about the fanfictions I've seen for PJO: the lack of mythological diversity.
Most importantly: there are more than twelve gods out there; don not, I repeat, DO NOT think that if you want a powerful character xe has to be a child of The Big Three. (In fact there shouldn't be any children of the Big Three, AT ALL). Try for some more parental diversity.
Secondly, there are more monsters our there besides the Hydra and hellhounds, trust me.
So in order to help all of you get a bit more creative with your mythology I have found the three best resources for you:
Zeus isn't the only god with a magical item to be stolen. Here's a list of magical items in mythology: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mythological_objects
Need to find a unique parent for your demi-god? Need a divine villain? This is a list of all Greek immortals:
Every demi-god gets att
Megan and the Cretan Bull ~ Part 3
I kept pacing back and forth in the Hermes cabin. The tears from the previous night had long since been extinguished. She was my mother; I was saddened at her passing, but there was work to be done and I had barely known her.
So many girls I met during the big “We just Defeated Gaea” bash were with me. They all wanted to support me although they had barely know me. Holiday and Amber were continuing to watch over me anyway, and most of their friends wanted to be there too. Apparently when a new girl shows up, the Greeks welcome you, no questions asked. Definitely not what I’m used to.
They kept passing the letter around from girl to girl around the room. First Sadie, another of my Greek sisters, had it, then Julie, then Johanna Jones, then Pheobe Marcs and Rose Damaris, who are apparently inseparable no matter what, peered over each other’s shoulders to read it together. Lastly, Lily Kole, a daughter of Nike,