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Fetch me the Cerynean Hind.
Eurystheus ordered Heracles to capture a beautiful deer called the Cerynean Hind.
For an entire year Heracles had tried to fetch the beautiful animal with golden horns through the wooded hills and shady valleys of Artemis while he set up nets to try to capture it that never worked.
Heracles saw that he could never capture the Hind unharmed, so he wounded it with an arrow and was able to capture it swinging it across his shoulders and began the long journey back.
He was greeted by Artemis along the trek when she said angrily "How dared you harm my beautiful hind?" Heracles begged for forgiveness and said that Eurystheus told him to do it promising that he would let it go once he showed it to the king.
Artemis forgot her anger and smiled at him.
Once again, King Eurystheus who hoped to get Heracles into trouble was disappointed but at least he captured it and showed it to him.
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