There's a lot of information out there relating to Percy Jackson and his world that doesn't really belong anywhere. This is Blue Trident's trivia section: a home for all those bits of trivia that have no definite place to call home.
Camp Half-Blood Info and Motto
Mr. D., Camp Director
If you're new to the world of Percy Jackson, chances are you might not know what "PJO" or "SoM" mean. Here's a little guide to the abbreviations used in the community and what they stand for.
Percy Jackson's Family Tree
Percy has a big family - and a godly family at that. This is the most up-to-date family tree with information that is correct as of the end of The Last Olympian.
Here it is in text form with
some additional notes:
*Persephone is a special case. She is a daughter of Demeter, which makes her Percy's cousin. However, she married Hades - Percy's uncle - which makes her his aunt, too. Hephaestus is in the same boat. He is also Percy's cousin because he is a son of Zeus. But he's married to Aphrodite, who is technically Poseidon's half-sister - she was born from the waves created when Kronos' privates which fell into the ocean (Zeus chopped them off with Kronos' own scythe), so Kronos is technically her dad.
And you think you've got a crazy, mixed-up family - they're nothing compared to Percy's!
North American Cover Illustrator
Artist John Rocco drew the cover art for the paperback version of The Lightning Thief and the art used on the hardback and paperback versions of The Sea of Monsters, The Titan's Curse, The Battle of the Labyrinth and The Last Olympian. The Lightning Thief's North American hardcover edition was reissued with the John Rocco art for collectors and die hard fans. He also drew eight new illustrations for the Deluxe Edition of The Lightning Thief.
British Cover Illustrators
> The Lightning Thief [hardback] - Chris Inns and David