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Percy & Annabeth never have the best of experiences in anything. When trying to announce their relationship, a huge misunderstanding ensures. POST TLO . Princess Annabeth. I think of evil, old, warty ladies when I think of queens." . To: Sally Jackson. From: Percy Jackson & Annabeth Chase. Mom. Through her marriage to Zeus, Hera became the Queen of Mount Olympus and the . She votes for Percy Jackson and Thalia Grace to live. The Battle of the Labyrinth. Hera aids Annabeth Chase and her group in their quest multiple times; . What would happen if Percy caught Annabeth with someone he would never expect? Hera, the Greek Goddess of Marriage and Queen of the Olympian Gods "Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena, and most importantly.
It is hinted in this book that there will be a romantic future for her and Percy. Aphroditethe goddess of love, also convinced Percy about his feelings for Annabeth, though she also made it even harder for them to fall in love. In the end, Percy saves both Annabeth and Artemis, while Thalia is fighting Luke until he falls off a cliff.
The Battle of the Labyrinth By this book, Annabeth is fourteen. Percy and Annabeth find an entrance into the Labyrinth. She realizes that Luke may try to use this entrance to invade Camp. Annabeth leads the quest into the Labyrinth, fulfilling one of her ambitions. She goes into the Labyrinth with Percy, Grover, and Tyson to find a way to stop Kronos's evil forces from entering the borders of Camp Half-Blood by searching for the Labyrinth's inventor, Daedalus.
The prophecy the Oracle gave her appears to have scared her and she refuses to say the last line. As they go into the Labyrinth, they face many hardships. Annabeth faces a Sphinx and finds the riddles which are actually factual questions not challenging and an insult to her intellect.
They escape the claws of the Sphinx and continue on to find Hephaestus so he can tell them about where to find Daedalus. As they head towards Hephaestus' forge in Mount St. Helensthey find telekhines there making a weapon for Kronos.
Percy tells Annabeth to escape while she can. She kisses him for luck and they part ways. Annabeth believes that he dies when Mount St. Helens erupts, but this is not the case. Percy fell onto the island Ogygiaprison of the nymph Calypsoa daughter of Atlas.
When Percy comes back to camp, Annabeth is performing a funeral ritual for him. When she notices him, she hugs him, making a scene.
However, when she finds out about Calypsoshe is very jealous. Percy then asks a mortal girl, Rachel Elizabeth Dareto help them on their way through the Labyrinth Rachel has a rare ability to see through the Mist.
Annabeth becomes very jealous at how close Percy and Rachel are getting. The three of them discover Luke, who has become Kronos's vessel. After a battle, Luke is forced back into the Labyrinth, leaving two casualties.
- Annabeth Chase
Annabeth refuses to believe that Luke is all bad, and gets quite mad at Percy for saying otherwise. After they fulfilled their mission, Annabeth and Percy are standing on Half-Blood Hill, and are matching their goals with the prophecy, Annabeth reveals the last line of her prophecy, "To lose a love to worse than death" and is confused, not sure about her feelings for Luke, or a secret love for Percy. Following his arrival, Annabeth helps Percy hear the Great Prophecy.
Percy bathes in the River Styx he narrowly escapes by imagining Annabeth pulling him out of the river and calls Annabeth, telling her to meet him in front of the Empire State Building with all the demigods from Camp Half Blood. Hermes becomes angry at her and blames her for not saving Luke. Hermes leaves, and they return to the other campers to defend Manhattan and Mount Olympus.
Luke gave Annabeth a bronze knifewhich he got from Halcyon Greenso she would be able to protect herself with something better than a hammer for monster slaying. Together, they were on the run, fighting monsters and making hideouts on the East coast, like the one Percy JacksonAnnabeth, and Tyson used in Jamestown, Virginia.
The Cyclops Eventually, they ran into Grover Underwooda satyrwho took them to camp but took some wrong turns on the way. One of these was into a Cyclops lair, and everyone but Annabeth was captured.
Annabeth, after wandering around, found where the Cyclops was keeping Thalia, Luke, and Grover. They were hanging over a pot. The Cyclops tried to lure Annabeth to him by imitating her dad's voice, but instead of going to the voice and getting captured as well, she stabbed him hard in the foot and untied Thalia, who then took care of everything else. It was because of this that she at first disliked Tyson when Poseidon claimed him making him Percy's brother before the couple eventually accepted him.
Thalia's Pine Tree Despite their escape, they were delayed long enough for the pack of monsters pursuing them to catch up. They couldn't outrun them, so Thalia made the ultimate sacrifice; she said she would stay behind so Annabeth, Luke and Grover could make it safely to Half-Blood Hill. It is unknown whether she actually fought the monsters or not, but it is presumed that she fought them and was mortally wounded. Zeusfeeling sorry for his daughter, saved her life by turning her into a pine tree, later renamed Thalia's Pine Tree.
This tree became a barrier for the camp against monsters and mortals unless they were invited over the barrier by someone from inside the camp.
Hearing the Prophecy and Attempt to Return Three years later, when Annabeth was ten years old, she heard the Great Prophecy and continued to have nightmares about it. Every time a new camper came to Camp Half-Blood, Annabeth wondered if they were "the one," even if none of them were children of the Big Three because Chiron told her that she would have a part to play in the Great Prophecy. Strangely, three years later, Annabeth said that she did not know the whole prophecy, but she may have lied to Percy to protect him after being told to do so by Chiron.
During these three years, Annabeth would talk to her father via letters, as phones were too dangerous for a demigod. Hera employed the Hesperidesdaughters of Atlasto guard the tree, but as the nymphs would occasionally pluck an apple from the tree themselves, she put a fierce one hundred headed dragon named Ladon there as well.
This orchard was later named the Garden of the Hesperides. The newlyweds enjoyed a wonderful honeymoon, and were both very happy with each other for years, and had four divine children together: However, Zeus eventually became restless, and it was not long before he began the first of his many affairs. Hera was infuriated and frustrated to no end by his infidelity and devoted most of her time to keeping Zeus in sight, as well as making the lives of his mistresses and illegitimate children miserable.
Her hatred is most evident in the story of Herculeswhom she tried to kill repetitively. However, after Hercules was deified, Hera made peace with him and became his mother-in-law through his marriage to her daughter Hebe. Hera's Rivalry with Hephaestus Hera's final son was Hephaestusthe god of fire and blacksmiths. However, when Hera saw the unsightly appearance of her son, she threw him from Olympus, crippling him forever.
Hephaestus landed in the sea, when he was found and raised by Thetis, a kindly Nereid.
However, Hera's act of cruelty haunted Hephaestus, and he sought revenge. After spending nine years under the sea with Thetis, Hephaestus finally rode back to Mount Olympus on the back of a donkey. As he rode into the Olympian Throne Roomall of the gods especially Hera were shocked into silence by his ugliness. With him, Hephaestus had brought magnificent new thrones for all of the Olympians.
Hera's throne was made from shining pure adamantine, making it particularly beautiful. A very impressed Hera quickly seated herself in it, and instantly, she was tightly bound by invisible and unbreakable chains. The chains grasped Hera so tightly that she could not breathe, and all of the divine ichor in her veins flowed to her arms and legs. Both Ares and Hermes tried to convince Hephaestus to release his mother, but the latter remained stubborn and inexorable. Finally, his half-brother Dionysus the god of winedecided to take matters into his own hands.
Dionysus began visiting Hephaestus' forge from time to time, and peacefully chatting with him. The two gods quickly became friends, and a week later, Dionysus introduced Hephaestus to wine, and finally convinced the intoxicated god to forgive Hera, and took him back to Mount Olympus on the back of a donkey. There, Hephaestus declared his forgiveness of Hera's act of cruelty, and releases her. Afterwards, Hephaestus and Hera made peace with each other.
Olympian Riot, and Hera's Punishment Hera, enraged at her husband's infidelity, decided to stage a revolt against Zeus.
That evening, Apollo, Poseidon, and Athena hid in the hall adjacent to Zeus' royal chambers, awaiting Hera's signal. As soon as Zeus had fallen asleep, all four of them quickly bound the King of Olympus with unbreakable and tightening golden chains. Even chained up and completely immobilized, an infuriated Zeus looked very intimidating.
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Finally, Poseidon attempted to reason with his brother and demanded that Zeus be a better ruler. Zeus refused, which prompted Hera to advocate leaving him chained up in his chambers until he agrees.
Shortly thereafter, the four Olympians departed for the Throne Room for the first and last democratic meeting of the Olympian Council, which proved to be a very cumbersome task. Fortunately, the violent thrashing and bellowing King of Olympus was found by the Nereid Thetis. After convincing Zeus to be merciful towards the rioting Olympians, Thetis managed to find the Hekatonkheire Briares by the sea shore.