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Percy Jackson :Ruler of Hell

By Francisco Flores

Action / Fantasy

Prologue

If you're reading this if either. Trusted you enough to let you have this journal. Or i have died.

My name is Perseus Jackson. Or more commonly known as Percy Jackson,Well that was the old me. Way before Lucifer dragged me too Hell. My name now is Siaron. and this is how my life got sent to hell Literally.


It started as any normal day at camp Half-Blood. I showed all the new campers around, I practiced my sword fighting, Hell i even helped to repair armor in cabin 9. I couldn't complain about my day, it was nice I even got to spend half the day with my Girlfriend Annabeth.

But as the saying goes all good things must come to an end. So here's what happened.  "FUCK" I shout as i woke up from bed. "It's okay Percy it was only a dream. Well that's not much comfort." I sighed and laid back down. "Fuck what time is it?" Before i could look at my watch the conch shell blew signaling breakfast. "Well i guess it's breakfast time then."

I strolled out of my room walking over to the Athena cabin hoping to see Annabeth. Sure enough she just walking out of the cabin. "Hey seaweed brain" She calls to me as she jots towards me. "Lets go eat shall we." Now brace yourselves this is were it gets good.  We made our way to the Dining Pavilion when the whole camp shook. We thought nothing of it just another monster trying to pass the barriers. But when the Olympians Showed up that's when i knew something was wrong. 12 Flashes of light later. And there stood 12 pissed off Gods all around 20 feet tall. "CAMPERS" shouted Lord Zeus. "THE CAMP IS UNDER ATTACK BY A VERY POWERFUL FORCE. BUT NOTHING YOU CANNOT OVER COME."  At first i didn't think much of it i mean we fought Gaea what worse could there be? So of course being the seaweed brain i am of course i asked.

"Ummm excuse me lord Zeus. What exactly is the threat?" Zeus looked just about ready to smite me. "My boy. We are about to fight the king of hell himself." He looked around confused. "But Lord Hades is right behind you. how could we be fighting him?" Zeus might as well have been trying to murder him. "Not Hades. I mean we are going to fight Lucifer. But it shouldn't be a problem you have 12 highly powerful gods by your side." 

Of course it wasn't so. As soon as he finished that sentence the whole shield around camp half blood was destroyed. And out came monsters that would send hell hounds away. All i could think or see was 15 feet tall wolf like creatures the looked like they could snap a tank in half with there teeth. Instinctively or stupidly or maybe both. I reached for my sword and charged, Instantly a three foot long blade sprung to life in my hands capable of killing monsters in a mere swipe. Or so i thought. I drove my blade through the first creatures throat it passed through quite easily but it didn't seem to even bother the creature. I quickly pulled the blade out and the wound immediately closed over.

I tried over and over cutting and slicing, slashing and hacking. But i would have had a better chance of strangling a rock. the creature obviously annoyed swiped me aside like nothing.  As I was soaring through the air time seemed to stop. I could see the Beast ripping apart campers and gods alike. and in the middle of all the havoc was a man. he looked just over 9 feet tall, But his aura was immensely strong. He was laughing as if this was a normal Tuesday. Percy felt as if he let everyone down he was a savior and he wasn't saving anyone at the moment. He let all his pain and emotions go. His Love and Hate,Anger and Frustration, Sadness and Depression, Happiness and Joy. I let all these emotions flood out of him. I felt the power of the ocean surge through me. With a thrust of my hand I made a wave that would rival anything that Poseidon could make. Percy knew that this wave might kill everyone in the camp including himself  but if he could stop this threat it would all be worth it. But just as fast as the ocean came to him it left him. Percy looked up and it was over, Everyone was dead from the new campers to the old ones. Only the gods survived but yet Percy couldn't use his powers. 

Immediately he stood up and charged the man. But the closer he got the more sluggish his steps became. He was being weighed down the closer he got the more it felt like he was swimming in the Styx all over again. He stopped at the mans feet barely able to hold up his sword. He gave one more push another step and pushed the blade forward But there was no one there the man had simply vanished. Percy turned and he saw the man once again. Frozen in fear he could not move. Then he heard the man speak it was as if a million garbage disposals had went off at once.  "Hello Perseus, I may name is Lucifer. And I have come to claim you as my rightful Heir.

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