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In exchange for killling his wife and children hercules became Eurystheus's slave and was given 12 seemingly impossibble tasks.
Hercules ad deos munera auxilium adversus Hydram vicisse .
The gods have sent me gifts! Thank you my lords and ladies!
Hercules calls one of his friends, Iolaus, so that he can help Hercules and report back to Eurystheus if Hercules dies.
But that would be dishonest!
After Hercules first attempt of trying to kill the Hydra he suggests that Iolaus picks up a head or two and puts them in a bag so the king will think that the Hydra is dead.
Pick up a head or two, stuff them into a sack, and take them back with you.
The king will think the Hydras dead.
Hercules and Iolaus make a beacon to kill all of the Hydras.
Hercules and Iolaus defeated all of the hydras by burning them to death, and Hercules completed all of hera's tasks.
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