Chapter one: iAm a half blood?

A/N: Sorry, I just had to do this. Since there isn't aren't good iCarly PJO crossovers that get updated anymore. This for all the iCarly/ PJO fans out there!

Carly's POV

You know what? I just noticed something. Neither me or my friends have both parents. I mean, Freddie's dad? Whatever happened to him? And Sam's father? Her mom dated a new person every week. And how about my mom? Spencer told me she died in a car accident but whenever I asked for details, he'd always tried to change the subject.

"Hey Spence!" I called. I was sitting on the living room couch while Spencer was in the kitchen making dinner. Guess what our dinner was? You guessed it! Spaghetti tacos.

"Yeah, Carls?" Spencer replied. He had tomato sauce all over his pants, shirt, face, arms, and well, pretty much everywhere.

"Can I ask you something?" I asked. Spencer put his spaghetti tacos down and walked over to me.

"Sure. Ask away", he said, while taking a seat next to me. I took a deep breath., then exhaled deeply.

"It's about mom", I said, "You say she died in a car accident yet you're never specific."

Spencer gave me a weird look.

"Did you do something different with your hair?" he asked, obviously trying to change the subject.

"Spencer! Don't try to change the subject!" I said. Spencer sighed.

"OK, kiddo, I'll tell you the truth, but trust me, you'll regret it", Spencer said. I smiled. Spencer continued.

"The truth never was involved in a car accident. Our mother was abducted by aliens", Spencer said. I picked up a pillow and smacked Spencer with it.

"No, seriously", I said, determined to find out the truth about my mother.

"Alright, I was just messing with you, kid. I'll tell you the real truth", Spencer said as he patted my head. Did I mention I hated when Spencer patted my head?

"Knock it off, Spencer", I said, pushing his hand away. He smiled.

"OK, Carly Shay, hey that rhymed!" Spencer said. I frowned.

"Are you still trying to change the subject?" I asked, annoyed.

"Nah kiddo, it really rhymed. 'OK' and 'Carly Shay', see what I did there?" he said. I rolled my eyes.

"Yes Spencer, I see it, now please get on with it", I replied. Spencer frowned.

"OK, Ms. Rushy pants", Spencer inhaled, exhaled and began to speak.

"Carly, your mom wasn't normal. In fact, she wasn't even human", Spencer began. I grabbed the pillow again.

"Carly, I'm serious", Spencer said, giving me his 'serious' look. I put the pillow down. Spencer only put his serious face on when he really was serious.

"After my mom died in a car accident, dad was heartbroken. My mom died when I was ten, and dad waited four years to fall in love again", Spencer said. I was confused.

"Wait, what do you mean your mom? She was my mom too, right?" I asked. Spencer shook his head.

"My mom died in a car accident. Your mom was a Olympian Goddess", Spencer said. I laughed. I mean, what would you have done? Spencer was obviously joking.

"Carly, please. I'm being really serious right now. Dad never wanted you to find out and with good reasons too", Spencer said. I was about to ask what reasons when our front door exploded. In came a green woman. She had what looked like green scales all over her body. Her tongue was at least four feet long and she was nude! She had no feet, just snake tails as feet. She carried a green sword.

Spencer jumped off the couch and headed towards his plastic bottle robot. He the took the fencing sword and tossed it at me. I caught the sword and gave Spencer a look that said, 'Now what?'

"Fight!" He yelled just as the snake woman leaped to attack. I swung the fencing sword lazily as the snake woman deflected it with her own sword.

"Die, half blood!" She hissed. I regained control of the sword and then swung it a second time. Again, the snake woman deflected it. I was starting to get frustrated.

"You can do it, Carls!" Spencer yelled from across the room. I kind of wondered why he wasn't helping me out.

I dodged a blow from the snake woman then, I dug my sword between her eyes. Instantly, she exploded into dust.

"Way to go, Carly!" Spencer yelled. I turned to him and frowned.

"And you weren't helping because..." I said, obviously angry. Spencer shrugged.

"I wanted to see if you could handle her. According to dad, dracanaes are one of the easiest monsters to fight, now we better pack your things", Spencer began to head up stairs.

"Why?" I asked.

"Because now that you know that you're a demigod, more monsters will be attacking from now on", he replied.

"A demi-who?" I asked.

"I'll explain later. Keep that sword, it might come in handy", Spencer said as he headed upstairs to my room. A few minutes later Spencer came down with a suitcase packed with my clothes. He also had put on a jacket and he had his motorcycle keys.

"Follow me, kiddo", Spencer said as we exited through the giant hole where my front door used to be. To my surprise, Mrs. Benson was out in the hallway waiting for us with Freddie.

"I told Freddie as well", she told Spencer. Spencer nodded and we all proceeded to the elevator. As we got into the elevator, I glanced at Freddie. He shrugged. His typical 'I have no idea what is going on' shrug. We all exited the elevator on the lobby and then walked outside to the parking lot. Out in the parking lot, Sam was there with her mom.

"I told Sam", Sam's mom said.

"Wow, how ironic that we all told them on the same day", Spencer said.

"Well, we gotta get moving", Mrs. Benson said. She walked over to her gray SUV and packed Freddie's suitcase in in the trunk. Sam's mom loaded Sam's suitcase there as well. After that, Spencer loaded my suitcase into the back of Mrs. Benson's SUV.

I glanced over at Sam, who shrugged just as Freddie had. Mrs. Benson got into the driver's seat Freddie, Sam, and Sam's mom got into the back seats. Then, Mrs. Benson drove off.

"Get on, Carly", Spencer said as he started up the motorcycle I had bought him. I got on and put on my helmet. Then Spencer drove the motorcycle and followed Mrs. Benson's SUV. The last thing I remembered was looking back and watching the Bushwell Plaza get smaller and smaller in the distance.