Percy Jackson and the Olympians

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JulieH
percy has a dog (a hell hound actually) named mrs. oleary and she remains unharmed through the series
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JulieH
there is no cat
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heibonna
there is a war where some attack on horses. it is not specified but implied.
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Does an animal die?
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JulieH
no animals die but monsters are killed. they do reincarnate, however. monsters include medusa, hydra, giants, hell hounds, telekhines, a minotaur, ect.
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JulieH
teeth are never specifically mentioned in the story, not sure why anyone voted yes on this question
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JulieH
giant ants are featured in the later half of the series. when i say giant, i mean person sized
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JulieH
not ghoulish ghosts but more like souls that have passed on to hades
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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heibonna
no jump scares, but there are scenes where percy and his friends are suddenly cornered or notice an attack before it occurs.
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heibonna
medusa's curse and hermes' walking stick
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heibonna
cars are damaged making their way to the camp as they were attacked by a monster
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heibonna
multiple kids die in the war around the final book, and a few are lost along the way.
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EmilyMuscolina
In the first book/movie, Percy's mother is "killed" by the minotaur and turns into dust. However she comes back later.
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poisontaffyiscool
sally jackson's parents are mentioned to have died in a plane crash
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heibonna
percy's step-dad" is depicted as a drunk
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JulieH
there is no scene in which a character is considering harming themselves because of mental illness, characters sacrifice themselves, yes, but i would not call it suicide. it does not have the same triggering effect as suicide. they do not feel helpless and alone, they do not self harm. they sacrifice themselves as part of the greater good for the war and they have a support system and they know they are loved.
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heibonna
neglectful parents + verbal abuse towards clarisse from her father ares
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heibonna
in a non evasive way. the spirit of delphi inhabits 2 hosts along the line of the story to allow them to do divination to bring about prophecies.
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heibonna
characters are forced to hold the entire world on their backs, and i don't mean the in the metaphorical sense.
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heibonna
there is an onsite nursing place to aid with battle wounds. characters visit from wounds and the protagonist wakes up there in the first book.
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rswasco
It's never really done in the book, But Percy does come to the realization at the end of the first book that his step father hits his mom
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JulieH
no gun violence but people do fight each other with ancient greek weapons, i.e. swords, knives, spears, shields
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