Athena Greek myth
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Athena: a full God, daughter of Zeus and Metis Metis: Athena's mother and also is a full God Zeus: Father of Athena, also Metis' Husband and a full God
Athena wants to experience the real world and to become the goddness of wisdom
Zeus thought that Athena didn't know much about war and wisdom, so he was too overprotective which held back Athena from sparring with her best friend, Pallas. So Athena and Pallas are sparring and Athena is a bit too quick for Pallas, so she stabs Pallas through the stomach. Pallas is dead
Athena is defistated by Pallas' death, but she decides to build a wooden statue of Pallas to remember her. Athena paints the statue so well, that it almost looks lifelike.
In the end, Athena made rules that no men can look at the statue and no one can harm it. People started to even call it the Pallas/Athena statue because it looked so much like Athena.
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