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* AchillesHeel: [[spoiler:The small of his back. Or, in a more figurative sense, Annabeth.]].
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* AchillesHeel: [[spoiler:The small of his back. Or, in a more figurative sense, Annabeth.]].Annabeth]].
31st Dec '15 12:17:59 AM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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** GoodIsNotNice: ...and this is the reason. He can be very harsh with his children if they disappoint him, and is so proud that he won't help save the world over an old grudge. This is par the course for gods, but he's also very brooding and abrasive.
30th Dec '15 1:47:37 AM K
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* DueToTheDead: When [[spoiler:King Minos]] tells him he can just summon the dead by offering them animal blood, Nico insists he will treat them with respect and offers them Happy Meals and Coke.
25th Dec '15 12:09:37 PM K
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* NiceToTheWaiter: Hestia notes that Nico was one of the first demigods to bother talking to her in ages.

* PerkyGoth: Dresses in black and leather, and is the son of Hades. Despite this, he's can be a pretty friendly guy.
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* PerkyGoth: Dresses in black and leather, and is the son of Hades. Despite this, he's he can be a pretty friendly guy.

* ShipTease: Played with rather epically. He is depicted as being shy around Annabeth, which [[UnreliableNarrator Percy]] interprets as him having feelings for her. Come ''[[TheHeroesOfOlympus House of Hades]]'', [[spoiler: we learn that he was actually jealous of her, as his true crush was on Percy Jackson himself]]. This is in restrospect quite visible in Nico's interactions with [[spoiler:Percy]] in the original series, as he truly behaves as if having an infatuation with [[spoiler:him]].
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* ShipTease: Played with rather epically. He is depicted as being shy around Annabeth, which [[UnreliableNarrator Percy]] interprets as him having feelings for her. Come ''[[TheHeroesOfOlympus House of Hades]]'', [[spoiler: we learn that he was actually jealous of her, as his true crush was on Percy Jackson himself]]. This is in restrospect quite visible in * TellMeAboutMyFather: Nico's interactions with [[spoiler:Percy]] quest in ''The Last Olympian'' is to make his past make sense, and the original series, as only way he truly behaves as if having an infatuation with [[spoiler:him]].can do that is to convince Hades to tell him about his mom.
24th Dec '15 11:34:25 PM K
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* DontCallMeSir: He feels obliged to call Percy "boss", but Percy insists that he calls him by his real name.
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* DontCallMeSir: He feels obliged to call Most subjects of Poseidon insist on calling Percy "boss", "lord," but Percy he insists that he calls they use his name. Blackjack compromises by calling him by his real name."boss."
19th Dec '15 12:19:05 AM K
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* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Theia, the Titaness of gems and jewels. Percy thinks this is why she married Hyperion
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* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Theia, the Titaness Titan of gems and jewels. Percy thinks this is why she married Hyperion

* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Theia, the Titaness of gems HappilyMarried: Tethys and jewels. Percy thinks this is why she married HyperionOceanus, whom Hera tried to model her own marriage after.

* ThePollyanna: Pheobe. Name means "Bright" which was how she tried to see the world.
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* ThePollyanna: Pheobe.Phoebe. Name means "Bright" which was how she tried to see the world. * PsychicStatic: Zeus first married Metis, Titan of deep thought... and then swallowed her because he feared their children would overthrow him. Metis eventually dissolved into pure, occasionally annoying thoughts in Zeus' mind. * [[GodNeedsPrayerBadly Titans Need Prayer Badly]]: It's brought up several times that Helios and Selene, Titans of the Sun and Moon, faded away entirely after the Romans reassigned their domains to Apollo and Artemis.
15th Dec '15 12:35:19 PM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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* HonestCorporateExecutive / CorruptCorporateExecutive: A lot of the gods run their disciplines like modern day businesses- Hermes has a postal service, Hephaestus has a TV station, and Iris lets demigods send emails through rainbows. Which of these tropes is in play is somewhat arguable.
15th Dec '15 12:24:11 PM HeWhoMustNotBeUsernamed
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* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: Subverted, as their strength comes not from prayer, per se, but the Western Civilization. The gods can still lose strength if their discipline is not respected (like Pan does as the wild is increasingly damaged), and it's implied that the destruction of Olympus would plunge the western world into chaos.
8th Dec '15 5:29:04 PM Synchronicity
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Characters who appear in ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians''.
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Characters who appear in ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians''. ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians''. For tropes specifically applying to returning characters in ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'', see [[Characters/TheHeroesOfOlympus that character sheet]].

[[folder:Half-bloods]] [[HeroicBastard Sons and daughters]] of the Greek gods. They have heightened senses and combat skills that take the form of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]] and their minds are hard-wired to read Ancient Greek, which gives them [[LIsForDyslexia trouble reading English]]. [[SuperpowerfulGenetics Their skills]] and [[GenerationXerox personalities]] are inherited from their divine parents (children of Aphrodite will be [[LoveFreak Love Freaks]], children of Athena will be [[BadassBookWorm highly intelligent]], and children of Apollo will be musically and/or medicinally inclined, as well as a good shot with a bow). * AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Thanks to their combat skills. * AgeLift: Applies to the major characters in the film series; instead of being 12-13 in the first book, they are in their late teens in the first film. * {{Bastard Bastard}}s: Played with in the evil demigods, most of them are fiercely loyal to their mortal parent but not to the rest of the Olympians, believing they mistreated their mortal parent. * TheBeautifulElite: Aphrodite's children especially, although it's implied that this applies to most, if not all, the demigods due to their divine heritage and the gods' propensity for attractive partners. * {{The Bully}}/{{Jerk Jock}}: The children of Ares are invariably portrayed as this, as well as having [[JerkAss callous personalities]] and [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior a disturbing affinity for violence and killing]]. (Its implied that many serial killers and {{Sociopathic Soldier}}s are children of Ares). * ChildSoldiers: Most of them are between the ages of 12 and 20. Though its somewhat subverted in that they are trained for their ''survival'' as oppose to being trained as soldiers. The children of Ares are literally born as this. * GangOfHats: As stated below, each demigod shares some parental-domain-related power with their half-siblings - Aphrodite's children are all ridiculously gorgeous, Hephaestus's children are good with machinery, etcetera. * GreenThumb: Demeter's children. Dionysus' twins, too - they work best with grapes, but since their dad isn't allowed to touch anything vaguely related to wine, they settle for strawberries instead (just them ''walking'' among the strawberry fields makes them of better quality already.) * [[HeroicBastard Heroic Bastards]]: The heroic demigods, anyway, since no one's godly and mortal parents are married. * HumanMomNonHumanDad: Played straight or inverted with the demigods' parentage. * ImprobableAimingSkills: Apollo's sons and daughters are good at archery. * LIsForDyslexia: Brains are hard-wired for Ancient Greek. * [[TheMedic The Medics]]: Apollo's kids, thanks to their father. * NeurodiversityIsSupernatural: Their [=ADHD=] is due to their bodies acting on combat instinct while their dyslexia is due to being hardwired for Ancient Greek. * SuperpowerfulGenetics[=/=]LamarckWasRight: Powers relating to the domains of their divine parentage. For example, Demeter's children will have {{Green Thumb}}s, and Athena's children will be crazy-smart. * SupremeChef: Demeter's children; it's part of their mother's domain. * TeenGenius: Children of Athena and Hephaestus. Athena kids are wise and spend their time reading and researching, while Hephaestus kids are good with machinery. * WrenchWench: Daughters of Hephaestus are just as good with mechanics as his sons. * YouCantFightFate: A running theme of the series, justifiable given its origins. However, prophecies being what they are, it's terribly easy to misinterpret one's fate.
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[[folder:Half-bloods]] [[HeroicBastard Sons and daughters]] of the Greek gods. They have heightened senses and combat skills that take the form of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]] and their minds are hard-wired to read Ancient Greek, which gives them [[LIsForDyslexia trouble reading English]]. [[SuperpowerfulGenetics Their skills]] and [[GenerationXerox personalities]] are inherited from their divine parents (children of Aphrodite will be [[LoveFreak Love Freaks]], children of Athena will be [[BadassBookWorm highly intelligent]], and children of Apollo will be musically and/or medicinally inclined, as well as a good shot with a bow). * AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Thanks to their combat skills. * AgeLift: Applies to the major characters in the film series; instead of being 12-13 in the first book, they are in their late teens in the first film. * {{Bastard Bastard}}s: Played with in the evil demigods, most of them are fiercely loyal to their mortal parent but not to the rest of the Olympians, believing they mistreated their mortal parent. * TheBeautifulElite: Aphrodite's children especially, although it's implied that this applies to most, if not all, the demigods due to their divine heritage and the gods' propensity for attractive partners. * {{The Bully}}/{{Jerk Jock}}: The children of Ares are invariably portrayed as this, as well as having [[JerkAss callous personalities]] and [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior a disturbing affinity for violence and killing]]. (Its implied that many serial killers and {{Sociopathic Soldier}}s are children of Ares). * ChildSoldiers: Most of them are between the ages of 12 and 20. Though its somewhat subverted in that they are trained for their ''survival'' as oppose to being trained as soldiers. The children of Ares are literally born as this. * GangOfHats: As stated below, each demigod shares some parental-domain-related power with their half-siblings - Aphrodite's children are all ridiculously gorgeous, Hephaestus's children are good with machinery, etcetera. * GreenThumb: Demeter's children. Dionysus' twins, too - they work best with grapes, but since their dad isn't allowed to touch anything vaguely related to wine, they settle for strawberries instead (just them ''walking'' among the strawberry fields makes them of better quality already.) * [[HeroicBastard Heroic Bastards]]: The heroic demigods, anyway, since no one's godly and mortal parents are married. * HumanMomNonHumanDad: Played straight or inverted with the demigods' parentage. * ImprobableAimingSkills: Apollo's sons and daughters are good at archery. * LIsForDyslexia: Brains are hard-wired for Ancient Greek. * [[TheMedic The Medics]]: Apollo's kids, thanks to their father. * NeurodiversityIsSupernatural: Their [=ADHD=] is due to their bodies acting on combat instinct while their dyslexia is due to being hardwired for Ancient Greek. * SuperpowerfulGenetics[=/=]LamarckWasRight: Powers relating to the domains of their divine parentage. For example, Demeter's children will have {{Green Thumb}}s, and Athena's children will be crazy-smart. * SupremeChef: Demeter's children; it's part of their mother's domain. * TeenGenius: Children of Athena and Hephaestus. Athena kids are wise and spend their time reading and researching, while Hephaestus kids are good with machinery. * WrenchWench: Daughters of Hephaestus are just as good with mechanics as his sons. * YouCantFightFate: A running theme of the series, justifiable given its origins. However, prophecies being what they are, it's terribly easy to misinterpret one's fate. [[folder:Main Characters]]

[[folder:Half-bloods]] [[HeroicBastard Sons !!Grover Underwood A satyr and daughters]] Percy's best friend, Grover is the Searcher sent to Yancy Academy to keep an eye on Percy. He leads Percy to Camp Half-Blood and joins him on each book's quest (except the second, where the object is to rescue him). His dream is to find the lost god of the Greek gods. They have heightened senses and combat skills that take the form of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]] and their minds are hard-wired wild, Pan. [[spoiler:He eventually does. Just in time to read Ancient Greek, which gives them [[LIsForDyslexia trouble reading English]]. [[SuperpowerfulGenetics Their skills]] and [[GenerationXerox personalities]] are inherited from their divine parents (children of Aphrodite will be [[LoveFreak Love Freaks]], children of Athena will be [[BadassBookWorm highly intelligent]], and children of Apollo will be musically and/or medicinally inclined, as well as a good shot with a bow). * AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Thanks to their combat skills. * AgeLift: Applies to the major characters watch Pan die.]] Played by Brandon T. Jackson in the film series; instead of being 12-13 series. * BetaCouple: With Juniper. * BrownEyes: Representing his connection with nature. * ButtMonkey: Mostly in ''The Lightning Thief'', though he still has moments later on in the first book, they are in their late teens in the first film. * {{Bastard Bastard}}s: Played with in the evil demigods, most of them are fiercely loyal series. He simply can't seem to their mortal parent but not to the rest catch a break. ** ThrowTheDogABone: In ''The Last Olympian'', [[spoiler: he's made a Lord of the Olympians, believing they mistreated their mortal parent. * TheBeautifulElite: Aphrodite's children especially, although it's implied that this applies to most, if not all, Wild and gets a position on the demigods due to their divine heritage and the gods' propensity Council]]. * CowardlyLion: He's relatively small for attractive partners. * {{The Bully}}/{{Jerk Jock}}: The children of Ares are invariably portrayed as this, as well as having [[JerkAss callous personalities]] and [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior a disturbing affinity for violence and killing]]. (Its implied that many serial killers and {{Sociopathic Soldier}}s are children of Ares). * ChildSoldiers: Most of them are between the ages of 12 and 20. Though its somewhat subverted in that they are trained for their ''survival'' as oppose to being trained as soldiers. The children of Ares are his size, easily frightened, constantly complains about going into dangerous situations, but will literally born go to hell and back for his friends. * TheChosenOne: [[spoiler:A variant. In ''Battle of the Labyrinth'', Pan states that he specifically chose Grover to deliver the message of his death to the world]]. * CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Brown hair and brown eyes. * DisabilitySuperpower: Not really but he presents as this. this, using crutches when among {{muggles}} to disguise his goat-legged gait. * GangOfHats: As stated below, each demigod shares some parental-domain-related power DistressedDude: In ''Sea of Monsters''. * ExtremeOmniGoat: Well, omni-satyr. Grover will eat anything. * FriendToAllLivingThings: Comes with their half-siblings - Aphrodite's children are all ridiculously gorgeous, Hephaestus's children are good with machinery, etcetera. the territory. * GreenThumb: Demeter's children. Dionysus' twins, too - Melodies played on his reed pipes can make plants grow. * HesJustHiding: In-universe, he does not believe Pan dead and his main motivation is to gain a Seeker's license so he can search for him. [[spoiler:He's right, and he does find Pan...in time to see him actually die.]] * {{Herald}}: He's the one who reveals the existence of the mythical world to Percy. * HeterosexualLifePartners: With Percy, they work best share an empathy link. * IneptMage: At first, he grows more into his power as the series progresses. * InterspeciesRomance: Technically with grapes, ''a tree''. In mythology, though, Juniper is a Dryad, and nymphs are often considered to be the female version of a satyr. * MagicMusic: See GreenThumb. * NiceGuy: He remains kind, caring, and protective despite being the resident ButtMonkey. * PluckyComicRelief: More so earlier on before the series gets DarkerAndEdgier, but since their dad isn't allowed to touch anything vaguely related to wine, they settle for strawberries instead (just them ''walking'' among the strawberry fields makes them of better quality already.) series still manages to get a few jokes in at his expense. * [[HeroicBastard Heroic Bastards]]: The heroic demigods, anyway, since no one's godly and mortal parents are married. * HumanMomNonHumanDad: Played straight or inverted with RaceLift: Is black in the demigods' parentage. movie when official art depicts him as a pale redhead. * ImprobableAimingSkills: Apollo's sons and daughters are good at archery. * LIsForDyslexia: Brains are hard-wired for Ancient Greek. * [[TheMedic The Medics]]: Apollo's kids, thanks to their father. * NeurodiversityIsSupernatural: Their [=ADHD=] is due to their bodies acting on combat instinct while their dyslexia is due TookALevelInBadass: Goes from being the unquestionable ButtMonkey in ''The Lightning Thief'' to being hardwired for Ancient Greek. * SuperpowerfulGenetics[=/=]LamarckWasRight: Powers relating to the domains of their divine parentage. For example, Demeter's children will have {{Green Thumb}}s, and Athena's children will be crazy-smart. * SupremeChef: Demeter's children; it's part of their mother's domain. * TeenGenius: Children of Athena and Hephaestus. Athena kids are wise and spend their time reading and researching, while Hephaestus kids are good with machinery. * WrenchWench: Daughters of Hephaestus are just as good with mechanics as his sons. * YouCantFightFate: A running theme a competent member of the series, justifiable given its origins. However, prophecies being what they are, it's terribly easy to misinterpret one's fate. good guys' team whose skill set complements the more action-oriented demigods. * TrademarkFavoriteFood: Enchiladas. [[ExtremeOmnigoat And tin cans]]. * TheUnfavourite: The Council of Cloven Elders has a very strong dislike for Grover out of all their satyrs, particularly after book four.

* WeUsedToBeFriends: With Thalia, Annabeth, Percy, Grover..everyone.
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* WeUsedToBeFriends: With Thalia, Annabeth, Percy, Grover..everyone. He was popular and well-liked in the camp before his turn to evil, and this dynamic is especially pronounced in his interactions with Thalia and Annabeth (with whom he shares history) and Percy (who saw him as a BigBrotherMentor).

[[/folder]] [[folder:Half-bloods]] [[HeroicBastard Sons and daughters]] of the Greek gods. They have heightened senses and combat skills that take the form of [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny ADHD]] and their minds are hard-wired to read Ancient Greek, which gives them [[LIsForDyslexia trouble reading English]]. [[SuperpowerfulGenetics Their skills]] and [[GenerationXerox personalities]] are inherited from their divine parents (children of Aphrodite will be [[LoveFreak Love Freaks]], children of Athena will be [[BadassBookWorm highly intelligent]], and children of Apollo will be musically and/or medicinally inclined, as well as a good shot with a bow). * WeUsedToBeFriends: With Thalia, Annabeth, Percy, Grover..everyone. AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Thanks to their combat skills. * AgeLift: Applies to the major characters in the film series; instead of being 12-13 in the first book, they are in their late teens in the first film. * {{Bastard Bastard}}s: Played with in the evil demigods, most of them are fiercely loyal to their mortal parent but not to the rest of the Olympians, believing they mistreated their mortal parent. * TheBeautifulElite: Aphrodite's children especially, although it's implied that this applies to most, if not all, the demigods due to their divine heritage and the gods' propensity for attractive partners. * {{The Bully}}/{{Jerk Jock}}: The children of Ares are invariably portrayed as this, as well as having [[JerkAss callous personalities]] and [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior a disturbing affinity for violence and killing]]. (Its implied that many serial killers and {{Sociopathic Soldier}}s are children of Ares). * ChildSoldiers: Most of them are between the ages of 12 and 20. Though its somewhat subverted in that they are trained for their ''survival'' as oppose to being trained as soldiers. The children of Ares are literally born as this. * GangOfHats: As stated below, each demigod shares some parental-domain-related power with their half-siblings - Aphrodite's children are all ridiculously gorgeous, Hephaestus's children are good with machinery, etcetera. * GreenThumb: Demeter's children. Dionysus' twins, too - they work best with grapes, but since their dad isn't allowed to touch anything vaguely related to wine, they settle for strawberries instead (just them ''walking'' among the strawberry fields makes them of better quality already.) * [[HeroicBastard Heroic Bastards]]: The heroic demigods, anyway, since no one's godly and mortal parents are married. * HumanMomNonHumanDad: Played straight or inverted with the demigods' parentage. * ImprobableAimingSkills: Apollo's sons and daughters are good at archery. * LIsForDyslexia: Brains are hard-wired for Ancient Greek. * [[TheMedic The Medics]]: Apollo's kids, thanks to their father. * NeurodiversityIsSupernatural: Their [=ADHD=] is due to their bodies acting on combat instinct while their dyslexia is due to being hardwired for Ancient Greek. * SuperpowerfulGenetics[=/=]LamarckWasRight: Powers relating to the domains of their divine parentage. For example, Demeter's children will have {{Green Thumb}}s, and Athena's children will be crazy-smart. * SupremeChef: Demeter's children; it's part of their mother's domain. * TeenGenius: Children of Athena and Hephaestus. Athena kids are wise and spend their time reading and researching, while Hephaestus kids are good with machinery. * WrenchWench: Daughters of Hephaestus are just as good with mechanics as his sons. * YouCantFightFate: A running theme of the series, justifiable given its origins. However, prophecies being what they are, it's terribly easy to misinterpret one's fate.

!!Grover Underwood A satyr and Percy's best friend, Grover is the Searcher sent to Yancy Academy to keep an eye on Percy. He leads Percy to Camp Half-Blood and joins him on each book's quest (except the second, where the object is to rescue him). His dream is to find the lost god of the wild, Pan. [[spoiler:He eventually does. Just in time to watch Pan die.]] Played by Brandon T. Jackson in the film series. * BetaCouple: With Juniper. * BrownEyes: Representing his connection with nature. * ButtMonkey: Mostly in ''The Lightning Thief'', though he still has moments later on in the series. He simply can't seem to catch a break. ** ThrowTheDogABone: In ''The Last Olympian'', [[spoiler: he's made a Lord of the Wild and gets a position on the Council]]. * CowardlyLion: He's relatively small for his size, easily frightened, constantly complains about going into dangerous situations, but will literally go to hell and back for his friends. * TheChosenOne: [[spoiler:A variant. In ''Battle of the Labyrinth'', Pan states that he specifically chose Grover to deliver the message of his death to the world]]. * CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Brown hair and brown eyes. * DisabilitySuperpower: Not really but he presents as this, using crutches when among {{muggles}} to disguise his goat-legged gait. * DistressedDude: In ''Sea of Monsters''. * ExtremeOmniGoat: Well, omni-satyr. Grover will eat anything. * FriendToAllLivingThings: Comes with the territory. * GreenThumb: Melodies played on his reed pipes can make plants grow. * HesJustHiding: In-universe, he does not believe Pan dead and his main motivation is to gain a Seeker's license so he can search for him. [[spoiler:He's right, and he does find Pan...in time to see him actually die.]] * {{Herald}}: He's the one who reveals the existence of the mythical world to Percy. * HeterosexualLifePartners: With Percy, they share an empathy link. * IneptMage: At first, he grows more into his power as the series progresses. * InterspeciesRomance: Technically with ''a tree''. In mythology, though, Juniper is a Dryad, and nymphs are often considered to be the female version of a satyr. * MagicMusic: See GreenThumb. * NiceGuy: He remains kind, caring, and protective despite being the resident ButtMonkey. * PluckyComicRelief: More so earlier on before the series gets DarkerAndEdgier, but the series still manages to get a few jokes in at his expense. * RaceLift: Is black in the movie when official art depicts him as a pale redhead. * TookALevelInBadass: Goes from being the unquestionable ButtMonkey in ''The Lightning Thief'' to being a competent member of the good guys' team whose skill set complements the more action-oriented demigods. * TrademarkFavoriteFood: Enchiladas. [[ExtremeOmnigoat And tin cans]]. * TheUnfavourite: The Council of Cloven Elders has a very strong dislike for Grover out of all their satyrs, particularly after book four.
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!!Grover Underwood A satyr and Percy's best friend, Grover is the Searcher sent to Yancy Academy to keep an eye on Percy. He leads Percy to Camp Half-Blood and joins him on each book's quest (except the second, where the object is to rescue him). His dream is to find the lost god of the wild, Pan. [[spoiler:He eventually does. Just in time to watch Pan die.]] Played by Brandon T. Jackson in the film series. * BetaCouple: With Juniper. * BrownEyes: Representing his connection with nature. * ButtMonkey: Mostly in ''The Lightning Thief'', though he still has moments later on in the series. He simply can't seem to catch a break. ** ThrowTheDogABone: In ''The Last Olympian'', [[spoiler: he's made a Lord of the Wild and gets a position on the Council]]. * CowardlyLion: He's relatively small for his size, easily frightened, constantly complains about going into dangerous situations, but will literally go to hell and back for his friends. * TheChosenOne: [[spoiler:A variant. In ''Battle of the Labyrinth'', Pan states that he specifically chose Grover to deliver the message of his death to the world]]. * CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Brown hair and brown eyes. * DisabilitySuperpower: Not really but he presents as this, using crutches when among {{muggles}} to disguise his goat-legged gait. * DistressedDude: In ''Sea of Monsters''. * ExtremeOmniGoat: Well, omni-satyr. Grover will eat anything. * FriendToAllLivingThings: Comes with the territory. * GreenThumb: Melodies played on his reed pipes can make plants grow. * HesJustHiding: In-universe, he does not believe Pan dead and his main motivation is to gain a Seeker's license so he can search for him. [[spoiler:He's right, and he does find Pan...in time to see him actually die.]] * {{Herald}}: He's the one who reveals the existence of the mythical world to Percy. * HeterosexualLifePartners: With Percy, they share an empathy link. * IneptMage: At first, he grows more into his power as the series progresses. * InterspeciesRomance: Technically with ''a tree''. In mythology, though, Juniper is a Dryad, and nymphs are often considered to be the female version of a satyr. * MagicMusic: See GreenThumb. * NiceGuy: He remains kind, caring, and protective despite being the resident ButtMonkey. * PluckyComicRelief: More so earlier on before the series gets DarkerAndEdgier, but the series still manages to get a few jokes in at his expense. * RaceLift: Is black in the movie when official art depicts him as a pale redhead. * TookALevelInBadass: Goes from being the unquestionable ButtMonkey in ''The Lightning Thief'' to being a competent member of the good guys' team whose skill set complements the more action-oriented demigods. * TrademarkFavoriteFood: Enchiladas. [[ExtremeOmnigoat And tin cans]]. * TheUnfavourite: The Council of Cloven Elders has a very strong dislike for Grover out of all their satyrs, particularly after book four.
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* TheGrotesque: On special occasions he'll spruce himself up, so that he looks merely "normal" ugly.

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*TheUnfavorite: His mother pitched him off a mountain for being ugly. He's still a wee smidgen bitter.
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