A retelling of the greek myth (inspiration for AMSND).
Here I put my sword and sandals. If Aethra has a male child, he must come to Athens when he is old enough.
I promise a sacrifice to Zeus if you successfully kill the bull.
I will be back!
I Theseus, son of Poisedon have successfully killed the bull!
As if some tiny mortal can defeat the great Minos!
If I can defeat you, you foul beast, then you leave us alone. I must return back for I promised to hoist a white flag for Aegeus and to get a ring from the depths of the sea if you still don't believe me.
Theseus's ship is coming closer, but there is a black flag, which can only mean one thing. Theseus is dead! I'm so upset, I will throw myself into this ocean for my life isn't worth living!
After returning to Athens, Theseus won a bet against his companion Pirithous and married Helen, daughter of Zeus. Because he won the bet, he had to accompany him to hell to restore Peresphone, but only Theseus returned. After two patriotic acts to Thebes, Thesesu was exiled to Scyrus where he fell off a cliff to his death. The End
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