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Fairy Tail vs The Heroes of Olympus

By Marcus Timberlake

Other / Action

Chapter 1


FAIRY TAIL VS HEROS OF OLYMPUS

Introductions

It all began in a dark arena, two groups of people were gathered in the center and they were unconscious. The lights came suddenly causing the groups to wake up and take a look around them.

In one group here was 10 teenagers: One was a boy with jet black hair and sea green eyes, next to him was a girl with curly blonde hair tanned skin and grey eyes,

the next to her was a girl wearing punk style clothes and electric blue eyes, the next to her was pale skinny and wore an aviator jacket,

next to him was a tall muscular Chinese guy, next to him was a girl with cinnamon brown hair and gold eyes, next to her was a guy with blonde hair and a lightning bolt like scar on his bottom lip,

next to him was a girl with uneven hair and kaleidoscope eyes, next to her was a boy with short black curly hair and impish features, and lastly was a tall muscular girl wearing mostly camouflage styled clothes.

In the other group there was: a boy with pink hair and a scale like scarf, next to him was a girl with blond hair tied into pigtails, next to her was a guy with black hair and for some reason no shirt,

next to him was a girl with red hair wearing armor, next to her was a little girl with blue hair, next to her was an older girl with blue hair curled up around her head,

next to her was a man with blonde spiked hair and a lightning bolt scar going down his right eye, next to him was a woman with white hair tied in a frontal ponytail (I don’t know what that thing is called) and blue eyes,

next to her was a tall muscular man with spiky white hair, and lastly next to him was a guy with long spiky black hair red eyes and about a hundred body piercings.

“Welcome everyone to the arena.” Said a voice over a loud speaker “you have all been sent here with the intention of battle.”

“On Team one is Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Thalia Grace, Nico Di Angelo, Frank Zhang, Hazel Levesque, Jason Grace, Piper Mclean, Leo Valdez, and Clarisse La Rue”

“On Team two is Natsu Dragneel, Lucy Heartfilia, Gray Fullbuster, Erza Scarlet, Wendy Marvel, Juvia Lockser, Laxus Dreyar, Mirajane Strauss, Elfman Strauss, and Gajeel Redfox”

“Any Questions?” the voice finally said

“Do we get Bathroom Breaks?” Leo Asked

“Yes”

“Are there snacks?” Natsu asked

“Yes”

“Where’s Carla?” Wendy asked

“In the Stands With everyone else”

When that was said more light turned on to show camp Half-Blood on one side and the Fairy Tail guild on the other side.

“Anything else?” the voice asked

“Is there a Schedule?” Lucy asked

“Oh right here” the voice said and a Screen appeared with their names on it

Round 1: Percy Jackson vs Juvia Lockser

Round 2: Frank Zhang vs Elfman Strauss

Round 3: Erza Scarlet vs Clarisse La Rue

Round 4: Lucy Heartfilia vs Annabeth Chase

Round 5: Nico Di Angelo vs Gray Fullbuster

Round 6: Mirajane Strauss vs Piper Mclean

Round 7: Thalia Grace vs Gajeel Redfox

Round 8: Jason Grace vs Laxus Dreyar

Round 9: Hazel Levesque vs Wendy Marvel

Round 10: Natsu Dragneel vs Leo Valdez

“Any more questions?”

“What happens if we don’t fight?” Annabeth asked

“Then I hope you like Bears, Sharks, Flamethrowers, and Black Holes in that order”

“What happens if we lose?” Gray asked

“Then you lose, that’s it. No more competition you just join the Crowd up there.”

“Will these fights all happen in the same day?” Frank asked

“No, only one fight per day”

“So we only have to fight for 10 days then we can go home?” Percy asked

“Yes, now let’s get on with Round 1”

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