At the end of The Last Olympian ,we see that Zeus offers godhood to Percy Jackson, and he rejects it, in favour of another wish. Can a demigod achieve godhood by other means? For instance, could Percy have become a god, by living in Poseidon's domain entirely, practicing his powers over the domain and becoming one with it? Just a thought...

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    Not sure why this is DV'd. Seems like he's asking for known methods that might apply within the Percy Jackson series' continuity to me. Asking about general Greek Mythology I can see being too broad, but this does pertain to a specific work of fiction.
    – Steve-O
    Feb 9 '18 at 14:38

If you have not read percy jackson and the greek gods and the greek gods, in which it is mentioned that dionyus was a half blood but due to his creation of wine he got many followers who worshipped him like god because of which he turned into a real god (in greek mythology more worshippers the gods get the stronger they become).

Also in the same book goddess demeter, zeus,athena casted spells to turn a demigod into god which were obstructed by someone but if they were succesfully performed they would have transsformed into gods

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    Can you possibly provide a quote, or some evidence to support your answer?
    – Edlothiad
    Mar 21 '18 at 9:29
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    This doesn't seem right. Dionysus was made into a God by Zeus. In PJO Dionysus says that he was conferred Godhood by Zeus for inventing wine. But I believe the question is asking about becoming a God through a person's own efforts, without godhood being conferred by other gods.
    – Simpleton
    May 4 '18 at 15:43

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