|Son of Apollo|
|Counselor of Cabin Seven|
|Family||Apollo (father) |
Apollo Cabin members (paternal half-siblings)
|Weapons||Bow and Arrow|
|Appearances|| The Last Olympian|
The Lost Hero
|“||I said you could borrow the chariot, not destroy it!||”|
Will Solace becomes the head counselor of the Apollo cabin after his half-brother, Michael Yew, goes missing in action (assumed to be dead). He also heals Annabeth after she was wounded while defending Percy.
Will fought bravely for Olympus, and survived the battle.
Will lent Annabeth and Butch the Apollo cabin's flying chariot, and was annoyed and upset when they brought it back in ruins. When Leo Valdez was claimed by Hephaestus, Will was assigned to show Leo around camp. Will took Leo to see his cabin, and left him with the rest of his new siblings at the Hephaestus cabin forges.
Will was also present along with the other campers when Piper McLean was claimed by Aphrodite, and when Jason Grace was given his quest with Piper and Leo joining him. He was probably one of the archers who were about to attack Festus.
At the head counselor meeting, Will was present with the other head counselor. It was said that Will was absently wrapping and unwrapping an Ace bandage around his wrist.
Will is noted as having his father's surfer-body, sun-kissed hair and blue eyes (as do a few of his siblings), as well as being tall (6') and having an athletic build.
- As Apollo's son, Will is a naturally talented archer, his skills only rivaled by his aunt, Artemis' hunters.
- Will can heal people by singing a hymn to his father in Ancient Greek.
- Since Apollo is god of music, Will is a natural musician.
- His last name, Solace, may refer to the fact that his father Apollo is the god of the sun, as 'Sol' means 'sun' in Latin.
- It is also mentioned when talking to Travis and Connor Stoll in The Last Olympian he usually never stole. But it was necessary, because there were many injured campers.
- Will is the first counselor of Apollo's cabin not to die in battle and to appear in a book other than that of his introduction.