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Do you think Percy Jackson would win a fight against Harry Potter?

Asked by: AmaniA
  • Percy would win

    Even if we're assuming riptide can't hurt harry, Percy's demigod prowess would be enough. His demigod reflexes and stamina would allow for him to easily dodge Harry's spells for a sufficient amount of time or Percy could make an earthquake, making unsteady ground or cloud his vision with fog/mist (not magical mist). Percy could simply control Harry's blood to kill him and there is no instance in the books where a wizard can control their blood or another's blood, there could be extremely dark and advanced magic that allows one to do so but Harry would be incapable of doing it. In the end, Percy wins by a landslide

  • Um hello! ...Wizard!

    Of course Harry would win. Sure, Percy has bend water and all that but there are spells that counter all of percy's abilities. And the only way Percy would b able to kill Harry would be by natural means because his sword can't hurts mortals. Wizards have much more power than demigods and are capable of so much more

  • Percy would win

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  • Percy wins easily.

    Percy can control heavy loads of water, he lifted a whole lake. He can also create his own water and create hurricanes. He has demigod abilities and reflexes that surpasses Harry's ordinary abilities. Also Harry is an average wizard, I don't think he can even beat Hermione and his win against Voldemort was a total fluke

  • Percy wins obviously.

    Percy can control water and other fluids. He can control Harry's blood, make him rise in the air, bang him on the ground or even make him explode without even getting close to him. The battle will be over before anyone realises that it has started. Easy win for Percy.

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  • Percy Jackson rocks !!!

    Demigod vs a wizard boy... Percy is a son of Poseidon ( or Neptune in Roman form ) so that he has all of his father's abilities such as summoning hurricane, he can control all the water around him and he can heal himself and other people while he is touching the water. Harry Potter is a nice wizard boy, but no match for Percy Jackson. If you read Hero Of Olympus series, Percy and his friends sealed the Doors Of Death, defeating Gaia and save Olympus , both Greece and Rome. He is just amazing. If you know The Last Olympian book of the Percy Jackson series, he had a chance to be immortal but he turned it down. Will Harry Potter the wizard boy have a chance of becoming immortal?

  • Yes Percy Can

    Although Percy Jackson and Harry Potter are both good series, Percy has stronger powers than Harry does. Percy can summon up hurricanes and tsunami waves or whatever water related tricks he has up his sleeve. He can also use Riptide to fend off any spells Harry sends with his wand. Even though Harry has magic, it doesn't mean he is invincible.

  • Demi-god Vs. Random dude

    Percy is a demi-god and therefore has some of the same abilities as his father. Poseidon is the Greek god of the sea and very powerful. Harry is just a boy that was touched by the fates. He has no linage that is anything but human. Demi-gods beat the pants off ordinary wizards, just look at Hercules.

  • Percy Jackson is so much stronger and powerful.

    Percy is so much stronger and powerful than Harry Potter. Harry isn't even that loyal. Percy can create hurricanes and kill Harry in seconds. While Harry will be shooting spells easily deflect either by Percy's power, or Riptide(Percy's sword.) Harry is so not cool in my opinion. That's my reason.

  • The Killing Curse

    First of all, I have read and loved Percy Jackson and Harry Potter. While I acknowledge the fact that Percy is super awesome and can control water and has the Achilles Curse and the amazing Riptide. Although these abilities would usually best any mortal or immortal opponent in a duel, there is still one more factor to consider: The Killing Curse. Rick Riordan never mentioned the fact that the Achilles Curse has resistance against magical means of harm. Therefore, theoretically, Harry Potter can always say "Avada Kedavra" and point his wand at Percy, and he is toast. This isn't even taking in the fact that Harry Potter has short and long range attacks, while Percy only has short range attacks. Not to mention the Percy can't control blood, and Harry could easily "accio broomstick" and be off in the air. I do agree that Percy could easily beat any other lower wizard, but we are talking about Harry Potter here. One word. "Avada Kedavra"

  • Transfiguration Spells= unblockable (almost)

    Percy Jackson from the Blood of Olympus
    Harry Potter from the Deathly Hallows
    HARRY WINS
    Scenario: No civilians. No gods helping. Empty, hilly field with a river. Contestants are 20 feet away from each other.

    If Percy Jackson's spells can block spells like Avada Kedvara, but not spells like Transfiguration spells, then Harry wins, simply by immediatly apparating and then transfiguring him into opera glasses or even vanishing him. If his sword can block all spells, it still is pretty hard to block transfiguration spells as you can't see them.

    If Percy tries to do something like making a fist out of the water, Harry can easily block it. Don't forget, Percy can't make a fist instantly, it takes a bit of time, enough time for Harry to see it and block it.

  • Um hello! ...Wizard!

    Of course Harry would win. Sure, Percy has bend water and all that but there are spells that counter all of percy's abilities. And the only way Percy would b able to kill Harry would be by natural means because his sword can't hurts mortals. Wizards have much more power than demigods and are capable of so much more

  • Percy J. Is a Mary Sue

    First and foremost, Blood Bending is NOT a canon ability of Percy's. Blood carries oxygen anyways. Harry Potter is a mortal, therefore Riptide could not pass through him. Magic is long-range, while for sword fighting, you need to be up close. Btw, Percy's personality is annoyingly sarcastic and Riordan shows favoritism to Percy as he never loses in his mythological world

  • Of Course He Can't

    Harry Potter has all types of magic and he has much more experience at fighting humans (or in Voldemort's case, almost-humans-but-not-quite-there). Percy is awesome and it would be a close match but he only has water powers and the ability to use his sword. He managed to kill a man-type-thing that had 8 lives, including one inside himself, How is defeating Kronos and a couple of giants better?


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