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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Well that hurt
  • Percy Jackson, a dyslexic kid who always gets himself into trouble, learns that his father is the god of the sea, and he is a demigod. Once Percy got educated about himself, the monsters of the world caught on as well. This event led to the battle of which monster got to kill Poseidon's son. Trying not to die, Percy travels to Camp half-blood (A camp for demi-gods) to seek refuge.
  • Climax
  • I don't have the bolt! Heck, I don't even have my helm of darkness
  • At Camp, Percy becomes friends with many other Olympian children, such as Annabeth, Luke, and Grover. After the first day of camp, Percy trains with the other demi-gods and gets stronger. But after Poseidon claims Percy as his child, he is blamed for Zeus's missing master bolt .
  • Falling Action
  • You have done me a service, boy.
  • Percy begins his quest with Annabeth, and his saytr friend Grover, to recover the lost master bolt and prevent war between Zeus and Poseidon. However, on his quest, Percy encounters the evil witch Medusa or as they knew her Aunt Em. Later after realizing, Percy commences battle with the first major monster on his quest.
  • Resolution
  • I'll leave you with my little friend to set things right
  • After many challenges, Percy and his friends reach the underworld in Hollywood. Once they made it through the ghosts and ghouls, Percy confronted Hades about the missing master bolt, but Hades was innocent for once. Hades admited he took Percy's mother because he acused Percy of stealing his helm of darkness.
  • The hero's escape the dreadful underworld and discover Ares lurking on the beach. Ares stole the helm of darkness and lightning bolt from the original thief and at surprise, he was working for Kronos. Percy strikes Ares with his blade and wins back the powerful objects for their rightful owners.
  • Luke confesses that he stole the master bolt and the helm of darkeness. Luke only served one person, and that was Kronos, the titan who wanted to start a war between The Olympians. The puzzle has been solved, but there is a large threat remaining that will decide the fate of humanity.
  • I won't let you do this!
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