Jason is a twelve-year-old with fantasies of becoming a hero just like those in the mythological battles of the Ancient World. He is in for a surprise as his dreams become a reality when he climbs to the top of Mt. Olympus and fulfills an ancient prophecy. Jason is the "chosen one" and a wise old man, Jupiter, King of the Immortals, gives him the Belt of Orion which allows him to exist on Mt. Olympus and gives him control of the universe. The evil Dracchus seeks the all-powerful amulet and it is up to Jason to keep the belt and save Mt. Olympus!

Jason and the Heroes of Mount Olympus - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: French

Status: Ended

Runtime: 26 minutes

Premier: 2002-10-26

Jason and the Heroes of Mount Olympus - List of characters in mythology novels by Rick Riordan - Netflix

This is a list of characters that appear in the Camp Half-Blood chronicles (which consists of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, The Heroes of Olympus series, and The Trials of Apollo series), The Kane Chronicles, and Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard.

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Julius Kane — Carter and Sadie's father, and a doctor of Egyptology. After a failed attempt to release the Egyptian goddess Bast back into the world results in the death of his wife, he works to find a way to release them again and become host to Osiris. He ultimately succeeds, dies of his own free will, and goes to “live” as the god's physical manifestation in the Underworld, overseeing the Hall of Judgment. Ruby Kane — Carter and Sadie's late mother, who appears occasionally as a ba to advise her children. She was a magician and diviner who foresaw Apophis's rise and ultimate victory if the other gods were not there to stop him. As a result, she and her husband attempted to release Bast from her eternal battle with Apophis so the goddess could heal before his inevitable rise. She gave her life to close the portal they opened using Cleopatra's Needle, because Apophis was fighting to get out. Ruby also communed with Isis at some point in her career as a magician, and attempted to convince then-Chief Lector Iskandar to remand his policy of fighting the gods. Vladimir Menshikov — The antagonist of The Throne of Fire. Menshikov's intense hatred of the gods and desire for power leads to his possession by Apophis. He manipulates Michel Desjardins into permitting him to hunt the Kane family. When Desjardins finally discovers his involvement, he uses up all his energy in an execration of the chaos demon and, by extension, Menshikov, who is then killed. Menshikov is described by Sadie and Carter Kane as an “evil ice cream man” because of his tendency to wear white suits and glasses because of his heavily scarred face. Setne – An evil magician and son of Ramses the Great. He is also known as Khaemwaset. He appears in The Serpent's Shadow as an evil ghost on trial for many crimes. Setne is freed by the protagonists Carter and Sadie to aid in the fight against Apophis. After the former's destruction, however, Setne escapes and becomes the main antagonist of the crossover series with the Camp Half-Blood chronicles, where he plans to amass the power of both the Egyptian and Greco-Roman worlds. He is finally trapped in a snow globe by Carter, Sadie, Percy Jackson, and Annabeth Chase. Sarah Jacobi – The leader of a group of rebel magicians, a former House scribe imprisoned for causing the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. In The Serpent's Shadow, she manages to amass an alliance of rebels in league with Apophis, but is vanquished by Anubis/Walt Stone, who bury her underground. Kwai – Sarah Jacobi's assistant, the House of Life's persistent opponent throughout the later books and also a brief host of Apophis.

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