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Percy Jackson - Camp Half Blood


In the Percy Jackson universe, Camp Half Blood is a summer camp for the children of the Greek Gods. This project includes features iconic to the series and the minifigures of the 7 Heroes of Olympus. I think it would make a good Lego set because the book series by Rick Riordan is hugely popular and so there would be a lot of fans who would want it. Plus, there are plenty of ways to make your own exciting Lego demigod adventures, even if you are not a fan of the books or films.


  • Thalia's Tree - Complete with magical Golden Fleece hanging over a branch
  • Peleus - The young dragon who guards the Golden Fleece and who is also fully posable and easily detachable from the base of the tree
  • Camp Half Blood Entrance - Sturdy and with a sticker sign
  • The Campfire - Uses stick pieces to make it look realistic. Includes 4 benches with room for all the minifigures and flags in the corner ready for a game of capture the flag
  • Leo's Workshop - A small version of where Leo builds his amazing inventions but still includes plenty of weapons, tools and a worktable. The walls also fold in and the roof panels close over when not in use.
  • Archery Range - Three archery targets with paper stickers of bullseye to show where real stickers should go

All models are secure and do not fall apart easily.


  • Percy Jackson - Dark hair, carries Riptide (his sword)
  • Annabeth Chase - Blonde hair, carries her bronze knife
  • Leo Valdez - Brown, messy hair, carries various tools
  • Jason Grace - Short, blonde hair, carries his gold sword
  • Piper McLean - Brown hair with light braid, carries Katoptris (her magical dagger)
  • Frank Zhang - Brown hair, wears the purple cape of a Roman leader, carries bow and arrows
  • Hazel Levesque - Brown hair, rides her horse Arion, carries gold cavalry sword
  • Nico di Angelo - Dark hair, black cloak, carries his black sword

If this was made into a Lego set then this would not be what the final minifigures would look like. This was just my rough idea of what they look like using the bricks available.


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