I Didn’t Ask To Be A Hero Seeking Praise
Chapter 7: Percy Says Uno Reverse Those Bitches’ Plan
When Percy had told Annabeth he had an idea in mind for Estelle’s gift, she probably wouldn’t have guessed that Percy meant he was going to steal something from his father’s underwater palace. Honestly, it’s not that big of a deal. He’s already taken a piece of coral from there and gave it to Annabeth. As long as he doesn’t run into his father or Triton, Percy would call his little debt collection a success.
Luckily, Percy did not run into either of the gods when he made his quick, secret visit. Bad news, a shortfin mako shark did see Percy pluck a Tahitian pearl from a mosaic on the outside wall and was likely to snitch on him. Stupid marine life and their gossiping tendencies.
“I swear, if you tell anyone about what you saw me do, I’ll find you and do something,” Percy threatened. “I don’t know what that something is but it will be annoying.” Apparently, Percy was not good at threatening sharks because this one just scoffed at him and swam away. Percy may or may not be getting a visit from Poseidon soon. Splendid.
With his debt collection done, Percy made his way back up to shore. Unfortunately, he had to make his way back to the Avengers compound. Can Percy get a hell yeah for risking his life for the greater good?
Percy gave a loud whistle and waited. A dark mass quickly approached from above, and Blackjack made his presence known by immediately asking for doughnuts. Hey, boss! I know you have somewhere to be, but I saw this really cool bakery on my way here. Can we stop there? Stroking Blackjack’s mane, Percy gave his answer and also informed the pegasus of another pitstop they had to make before heading to the compound.
Soon enough Percy was landing in front of a very shocked Peter Parker. You tell a kid one time that Greek mythology is real and yet his mind is still blown every time he encounters something from it.
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