"I turned just as the water blasted out of the toilet again, hitting Clarisse straight in the face so hard it pushed her down onto her butt." p. 91. Percy somehow makes the water from the toilets come out and hit Clarisse and her friends.
Chapter 8- Character vs. Nature
"As the monster barreled past, I drove the broken horn straight into his side, right up under his furry rib cage." p. 55. Percy defeats the Minotaur and saves Grover.
Chapter 6- Character vs. Self
"Several of the campers nudged each other. One pointed at the minotaur horn I was carrying. Another said, 'That's him.'" p. 75. Percy feels a bit overwhelmed when everyone at camp expects him to be all brave and mighty.
Chapter 3- Character vs. Character
"I got used to the morning fog over the beach, the smell of hot strawberry fields in the afternoon, even the weird noises of monsters in the woods at night." p. 108. Percy is beginning to feel at home.
"None of what happened was Grover's fault. I also felt really, really guilty." p. 77. Percy feels bad because he thinks that he's the reason that Grover had failed.
"I wanted to punch him [Gabe], but I met my mom's eyes and I understood she was offering me a deal: be nice to Gabe a little whiel." p. 34 & 35. Percy is feeling really angry at Gabe and Gabe doesn't like him very much either, but Sally is warning him not to make his stepfather mad.