The Olympians and Percy Jackson At the Gateway Arch, Percy Jackson battles Echidna and the Chimera. Percy leaps into the dirty waters of the Mississippi River after being poisoned by the Chimera. He has three minutes to reach the river's source before he dies.
While searching for the killer fish that murdered his father, Percy Jackson finds out that some monsters are real and some nightmares are too dangerous to wake up from. In order to save his own life, Percy must confront these monsters and find out what role he really plays in the future of mankind.
This movie was based on a series of books written by Rick Riordan. The story is set in modern day Chicago but it can be seen as a sequel to the classic Greek myths. It features an amazing cast including Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson), Ed Oxenbould (Piper), Jason Donovan (Dionysus), Alexander Ludwig (Zeus), Emma Watson (Hecate), Theo James (Ares). This movie was so good that it was voted number one in its genre by fans across America!
Strange things happen to Percy when he crosses over into our world. One minute he's trying to find out who killed his father, the next his body is pulled out of the water by some weird creatures.
River Mississippi The Olympians and Percy Jackson Percy leaps into the dirty waters of the Mississippi River after being poisoned by the Chimera. When a Nereid urges him to travel to Santa Monica Beach, he finds some of his water powers, such as breathing underwater and keeping things dry. He uses these powers to save a young woman who was about to be attacked by an alligator.
Percy jumps into the river because the Chimerae have poisoned him with their venom. As he falls, he calls on his mother, who appears and pulls him out of the river just in time. After she heals his injuries, they go to Los Angeles where Percy meets some friends: Grover, Thalia, and Annabeth. Then, Percy learns that his father is still alive and the Chimaera are after him. So, he goes back to Camp Half-Blood to prepare for war.
Here is where the story might differ between versions. Some books say that after escaping the Chimaera, Percy travels with his parents to Italy where they live happily ever after. Other books say that his father dies and his mother remarries. Still other books say that both of them die and Percy is left alone in the world. No matter what version you read, though, the ending will always be the same: Percy will go to war against the Chimaera.
Greek mythology figures Chimera and Ecidna ambushed Percy, causing him to plunge into the Mississippi River from the arch. Ares meets Percy, Annabeth, and Grover in a cafe and puts them on an additional quest to retrieve Are's shield, which he left in an abandoned water park named Waterland.
Percy thrusts his blade into this opening. Echidna mocks Percy, claiming that if he were a true hero, he would leap out of that window and plummet 600 feet into the filthy Mississippi River below. This is exactly what Percy does, begging his father for assistance as he leaps.
Percy has failed in his duty as a son to protect his father. Because he loved him too much, he refused to kill Edwyn when he had the chance. This act has doomed him to an eternity of pain and suffering.
Because he cannot die, Percy must be rescued by true heroes. In order for him to be saved, he must be brought back to life!
Before anyone can react, Percy throws himself out of the window. After failing to save his father, this is how Percy chooses to end his misery.