Author: Brahian PM
When Max lets a bunch of monsters out into the city, all chaos breaks loose. Join the heroes of Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the kane Chronicles, American Dragon: Jake Long, and Wizards of Waverly Place as they try to get rid of the monsters.Rated: Fiction K - English - Humor/Fantasy - Chapters: 9 - Words: 8,537 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 11-16-12 - Published: 05-29-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8163346
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A FanFic by Brahian
Chapter 1: Monsters in New York
Author's Note/Disclaimer: This takes place during the Monster Hunter episode of Wizards of Waverly Place, after the Last Olympian but before the Lost Hero of PJO, after the Red Pyramid but before the Throne of Fire of the Kane Chronicles, and sometime during the second season of American Dragon. I don't own any of these.
"Hot monsters in the city, running wild what a pity!"
"Percy," said Chiron, running up and interrupting Percy and Annabeth's smooching session.
"Chiron, I'm kinda in the middle of something here," said Percy, "So someone better be dying!"
"I wouldn't say dying…," said Chiron, horse tail flickering nervously.
"What is it, Chiron?" asked Annabeth, a little more compassionately than Percy. A little.
"We've been getting reports of monsters running wild through New York City," said Chiron. "We need to send a quest-"
"A quest to New York?" asked Percy. "But isn't that just a few cities awa-"
"Nevertheless," continued Chiron. "Argus is here to-"
"Argus is here?" asked Percy. "That can only mean two things: Either this is important, or someone just received a quest."
"Will you just stop interrupting me and listen!" shouted Chiron, startling a couple of nearby campers.
"Jeez, Chiron," said Percy. "No need to rein in on our fun."
Chiron stamped his hoof in frustration.
"Why the long face, Chiron?" asked Percy.
Chiron made a sound in his throat that may have been an angry neighing.
"Don't worry, Chiron, I'm just horsing around!"
Chiron looked like he was about to explode.
"Annabeth, bale me out here."
Smoke began to come out of Chiron's ears.
"Sorry, I'm just a little h-"
"ENOUGH WITH THE HORSE PUNS!" yelled Chiron.
Meanwhile, Carter was studying Egyptian mythology in his room when he heard something that sounded like, "Enough with the horse puns!"
"Wow, that was loud," said Carter to himself. "That sounded like it came all the way from Long island!"
"Carter! Sadie!" called Amos from the Great Room.
Carter left his room, joining Sadie in the hallway, and together they walked into the Great Room, where Khufu was munching on some buffalo wings.
"He does know those are actually made of chicken, right?" Carter whispered to Sadie.
"Let's not tell him," whispered Sadie.
"Carter, Sadie," said Amos. "We have received reports-"
"Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Whoa," said Sadie. "'We' have received 'reports'? Who's 'we' and where are these 'reports' coming from?"
Amos shrugged. "I just thought it sounded proffessional if I said it like that."
"In case you didn't notice," said Sadie, gesturing around at the empty room, "We're not exactly running a proffesionnal operation here. Not one recruit has arrived at Brooklyn House!"
"Give it time," said Amos. "It's only been a week since you sent that recording to that author and left that necklace in that locker."
"Just continues," said Carter. "What have 'we' been receiving reports of?"
"Monsters running all over New York City," explained Amos.
"I thought the Egyptian term was demons," said Carter.
"Well, there are demons out there," said Amos. "But there are also creatures that are not Egyptian. Such as the octopuss," he gestured to the laptop, which showed a picture what looked like a cross between a black cat and a giant octopus, "The hydra," the computer showed a picture of of an eight-headed dragon, "And the Dirksen," the computer showed a picture of a winpy-looking monster that looked like it would die if someone jumped out at it.
"That thing?" asked Carter.
"Possibly the most dangerous of them all," said Amos.
"JAKE!" shouted Grampa as Jake walked into the shop. "You are late for dragon training. AGAIN!"
"Sorry, Gramps," said Jake, crashing onto the couch, "But I've had a loooong day. School was terrible, and Rottwood's out to get me, and Brad was being a jerk, and Rose was being secretive, and-"
"Isn't that what happens every day?" asked Trixie.
"Yeah," said Jake. "Only this time, it was worse!"
"Jake," said Grampa. "Nothing is more important than dragon training. Now go join Fu Dog at the computer."
Jake got up from the couch and walked slowly to the computer, where Fu was typing furiously.
"What's today's mission, Fu?" asked Jake.
"We've been receiving reports of monsters running wild throughout the city," said Fu. "You need to get out there and put a stop to it."
"That's it?" asked Jake. "No lesson I need to learn before I go? No heads-up about what I'm up against?"
"Nope," said Grampa matter-of-factly. "Just get out there and put a stop to it."
"Wow," said Jake, "That's strangely out of character. Come on, Trixie, Spud."
And with that, Jake walked out of the room.
Author's Note: It feels wierd to see what I usually watch on TV written in letters.