In the AU, Rapunzel, Merida, Hiccup and Jack Frost are all demigods who are training at Camp Half-Blood. Because it is not canon, ideas for this AU are shown through fanfiction, fanart, and other fan-made works. This can be considered a sub-scenario for Modern AU.
About the AU
For those who don't know the Percy Jackson series, the idea of Camp Half-Blood is a summer camp where demigods (half human and half god) can be sheltered from monsters while training for survival. They are sorted into cabins by who their parent is.
Often in this AU, the Big Four are often placed into a lineage of a certain god or goddess. However, some fans place the Big Four as roles of the characters, such as Merida being Rachel. Below are the lineages the Big Four are commonly placed in:
The Big Four
Hiccup is widely accepted as a son of Hephaestus (God of Fire and the Forge) based on his traits in his feature film. Much like his experiences on Berk, this type of family line can cause some confusion based on his stature - he would be quite small for a demigod of blacksmiths. However, his creativity and ability to invent many things fits well with this lineage, although it may cause some to question if he truly belongs as a son of Athena (Goddess of Wisdom, Culture and Warfare).
In other cases, Hiccup is portrayed as Leo Valdez, one of the Seven Demigods of the Prophecy, for their abilities with the smithy, and because the both ride dragons (Hiccup rides Toothless and Leo rides Festus, the robotic dragon made by the cabin of Hephaestus).
Jack is often portrayed as a son of Hermes (God of Roads and Merchants) based on his personality. This is mainly due to his trickster, fun-loving nature and ability to ride the wind.
However, Jack also has been accepted as the son of Boreas (Minor God of the North Wind) for a series of reasons that go beyond his personality. Firstly, because he is the son of a minor god, he would not have his own cabin, unless the story was based after Percy Jackson demands that the children of minor Demigods also have Cabins. Additionally, it would make sense that he would gain his winter powers from the God of the North Wind that brings winter. This type of lineage would bring forth a lot of plot development and character development for Jack. For the same reasons, Jack is sometimes portrayed as a son of Khione (Goddes of Snow).
When slotted into characters from the series, Jack would usually play Percy Jackson or Luke Castellan.
Merida is one of the more disputed characters in terms of her lineage. One of her more common portrayals is the daughter of Zeus (God of Sky and Thunder) based on her personality. Her traits as being tough and headstrong, as well as containing the spirit of a leader, cause many to see her as a daughter of the father of the gods. Angus can even be portrayed as the Pegasus that she commonly rides at Camp Half-Blood.
Another commonly shown lineage is the daughter of Ares (God of War) due to her personality and how it compares to the god. Her short, violent temper and desire to fend for herself, as well as her weaponry skills, would fit with this lineage.
Finally, some even have placed her as a daughter of Apollo (God of Archery) based on her skills with the bow. In comparison, others have included her as a Hunter of Artemis due to her skill at archery and her desire to stay single and independent from others.
Some also believe that she is daughter of Ares (God of war) and joins the hunters of Artemis (goddess of archery and maidenhood) as Merida is a professional archer and she has no interest in boys.
Merida is also portrayed as the Oracle of Delphi because she is somehow like Rachel Elizabeth Dare, through personality and appearance.
Rapunzel is commonly portrayed a daughter of Apollo (God of Music, Healing, and Prophecy) for many reasons that include her personality, passions, and powers. The first idea for this is because of her connection to the sun as well as her healing powers that she holds with her hair. Finally, because she also breaks into spontanious musical numbers, this would add an additional connection between herself and her father.
She also could be considered a daughter of Iris (Goddess of the Rainbow) because of her ability to control light and her artistic abilities. Maximus can even be portrayed as the Pegasus that she commonly rides at Camp Half-Blood.
Being the spirit of fear, Pitch fits in nicely with his counterpart in Greek mythology -- Phobos (God of Fear). His Nightmares can be either eidolons or storm spirits (venti).
Since Maui is alright a demigod of the wind and sea, his Greek God parent would most likely be Notus (God of the South Wind) or Poseidon (God of the Seas). His Magical Fishhook can serve as a gift that was given to him by his Greek God parent.
Because of his thieving past, Flynn is seen as a son of Hermes (God of Roads and Merchants), as Hermes was also known as a thief (at a young age) in one of the Greek legends. The Stabbington Brothers can also be sons of Hermes, as all three of them stole the lost princess's crown and possible other items together. When Luke Castellan was rounding up demigods to serve the Titan God, Kronos, the Stabbingtons would join Luke while Eugene remained with the other campers, and on Percy Jackson's side.
Since vampires are known as the "undead", Mavis can easily be a daughter of Hades (God of the Dead). Camp Winnepacaca can even serve as a base/template for Camp-Half Blood.
Hiro's intelligence and battle strategy at the Botfights and against Yokai, can make him a son of Athena (Goddess of Wisdom, Culture and Warfare). His skills in robotics and building armor and gear for himself and his friends can also make him a child of Hephaestus (God of the Forge).
When slotted into characters from the series, Hiro would usually play Nico Di Angelo as they both have an older sibling that died and held anger to wards the one that they held responsible. Along with the role of Leo Valdez, one of the Seven Demigods of the Prophecy, for their abilities with "crafting", and because the both of them rode and formed a bond with a robot (Hiro with Baymax and Leo with Festus, the robotic dragon made by the cabin of Hephaestus).
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