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Cassandra was not an oracle compared to Apollo. She could not see into the future. She was a gorgeous, and young priestess though, with great determination.
When Apollo came over independently to keep watch of his temple, all Cassandra did was adore his beauty and power. She gave Apollo a admiring smile.
Apollo was intrigued. Like most gods, Apollo was a fool for making deals. So he asked if Cassandra would give him a kiss, he would give her the power of the oracle, or to see into the future. Cassandra was intrigued by the offer.
Cassandra didn't wait, so she took the deal. As soon as Apollo gave her the prophecy, she gasped in shock. She saw Apollo helping to destroy her beloved city of Troy in the future. So she spit in Apollo's face.
Apollo was furious from her actions. But he couldn't take away his gift. So he added to it. So Apollo added that Cassandra could see into the future but, no one would believe her. That was the time Cassandra warned he people of a wooden horse full of Greek soldiers wanting to destroy Troy. But the people didn't believe her.
People were too busy celebrating the "victory", and how the Greeks left a horse as a gift of defeat. But the horse was filled of Greek soldiers with armed weapons. The night of the celebration the soldiers crept out of the horse. And that was the last of Troy.
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