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Battle vs. Percy Jackson (by The Deadliest Warrior)[]

Percy Jackson is training near a small creek in Camp Half-Blood. Suddenly, an object whizzes by his head, and he ducks. Percy takes out his small bow and fires an arrow at the object but it is going so fast it misses. The thing slows down when it realizes it is being shot at, and it is Harry Potter on his Firebolt. Harry retaliates by casting Expelliarmus on Percy, sending the bow flying from his hands. Harry follows up with Petrificus Totalus and Percy falls next to the creek, paralyzed.

Percy concentrates as hard as possible on bringing the water closer to him and when it touches him, he can move around again. Percy calls his pegasus Blackjack, who arrives in the nick of time, and Percy uncaps Riptide, while Harry keeps up his barrage of spells.

As the two battle in the air, Percy slashes the tail off of Harry's Firebolt and it goes plummeting to the ground. Percy is about to congratulate Blackjack on their victory when Blackjack is hit with a Stupefy spell and falls too. The only reason why Percy survives the fall is that he lands in the stream. Percy takes out his raining staff and jabs Harry in the stomach, but Harry has the Sword of Gryffindor in hand and breaks the staff in two. Percy grabs Riptide once again and the two begin swordfighting until Harry slashes Percy across his arm, drawing the first blood of the battle. Percy scrambles back and grabs one of the two halves of the staff and soaks them in the water, so it becomes an enormous swirling vortex of water sorrounding the staff. Percy hurls it at Harry, who is submerged in water. Once the damage is done, Harry lies quite still, alive but knocked out, on a tree stump.

Percy grabs Harry over his shoulders and drags him back to camp so he can be interrogated later.

Expert's Opinion[]

The experts believed that Percy's water abilities (both defensive and offensive) were what won him the match over Harry.

To see the original battle, weapons, and votes, click here.

Reason[]

The battle was declared invalid because the abilities of Percy Jackson and Harrry Potter were nerfed.

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