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  • Coach Hedge sacrificed himself to save Piper from the hole and Jason and Leo, it also saved everyone that was in the museum safe from the monster. In the beginning he was an annoying cranky bus driver that screamed through the megaphone. But after a monster started to attack he sacrificed himself to save all the others. He was half goat after all so he could hold him off.
  • Before and of Jason, Leo, or Piper knew that they were children of Gods they were just friends. Or Leo PIper that is. Jason woke up on the a bus with no memory, know idea who he is or why he there. But when time progressed he realized he was the son of Zeus and that he had to be a great hero to many.
  • Leo was a fool. He was the clown in the group, he was a bad sneaky kid who pranked people to amuse himself. He was also great with tools and tinkering with junk, and the cool thing is that he can make cool things out of that junk. Which is not a surprise because he is the son of Hephaestus he is the God of blacksmiths and crafting and exedra
  • Before Piper realized that she was a child of a God or the daughter of Aphrodite the Goddess of love she kept on getting made fun of from other girls at the Wilderness School before camp halfblood and before them realizing that their demigods. Also she was into Jason and tried the whole summer when there together to get his attention and for him to like her. Her father was also a moviestar, and he was captured and she had to save him.
  • There was also a character that I believe was not really in the book as much but he was very important, basically everyone knows who he is, and he is Zeus. God of all Gods. And the father of Jason, which made Jaosn very well known aswell.
  • Another character was named King Midas. Many know too, he's the one that got cursed by an elf like creature. And that curse was the golden touch. But in King Midas's point of view in the book it was not a bad thing, in fact it was a good thing. But he was a bad man. He would turn many people into gold and he had to be stopped. But he was dead for over 2,000 years.
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