Perseus and Medusa Part 2

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  • Who are you? (1)
  • Um... Thanks? (5)
  • MynameisHermes, I'mtheMessengergod, I'veheardyou'regoing afterMedusaIthought... (2)
  • There, I took it. Happy? (7)
  • Soitmaybehandy whenyoukillher. (4)
  • youmightneedthis. (Holds up a sword) Itisinvincibleitwillnot breakwhenithits Medusa'sscales. (3)
  • YESgood,havetogo. GOTTAGOFAST GOTTAGOFAST! (8)
  • TAKEIT!!! (6)
  • Have this too (Hands Perseus Hades' Helm of Invisibility) (3)
  • Hi Perseus, I heard you were going to kill Medusa. I hate her, so have a shiny bronze shield so you can cut her head off without being turned to stone. (1)
  • And this too (Hands him the Kibisis) (4)
  • Thanks Guyz (5)
  • Athena stole this from her brother, Here (Hands Perseus Herme's winged sandals) (2)
  • Now go kill that wicked witch! (6)
  • Having faced the Graeae and got the location of both the Nymphai and Medusa, Perseus once again sets off to continue his quest. On his way however, the Messenger god Hermes stopped Perseus and gave him a sword that could not be broken by Medusa's scales. Perseus thanked him and continued on to see the Nymphai. Side note: Hermes is a messenger for the gods so he has alot of work to do, he is a speedster. So he talks fast.
  • Come at me Monsters
  • After the strange encounter with Hermes, Perseus continued on to the location of the Nymphai. Once he arrived at the Nymphai's location, he found the goddess Athena there too. Athena, knowing why Perseus was there (and having told the Nymphai), gave Perseus a shiny bronze shield for him to look at the reflection of Medusa and not be turned into stone. The Nymphai lent Perseus Hermes' winged sandals, Hades' helmet of invisibility, and the Kibisis. He then left and continued on.
  • (Whispers) Die Medusa! No more turning men to stone for you!
  • (Mutters) I'ma kill Athena someday.
  • Having been geared up with a Bronze Shield, an Invincible Sword, the Helm of Invisibility, Winged Sandals, and a Kibisis by Athena, Hermes, and the Nymphai, Perseus trudges on and nears his final destination.
  • WHAAA?! You killed Medusa? She was suppose to kill you! (1)
  • You've earned my respekt (3)
  • So... be turned to STONE! (Pulls out Medusa's head) (6)
  • Wait, wha? Boi, take that back. (5)
  • My wonderful son! (2)
  • He kills a few monsters on his way too.
  • Once Perseus reaches Medusa, he finds her sleeping and so he takes the Sword Hermes gave him and cuts her head off, stuffs it in the Kibisis, and leaves.
  • Yes, I slayed Medusa but I don't have any respect for you. (4)
  • Having killed Medusa, Perseus came back to Seriphos, bragged to Polydectes, and turned him to stone using Medusa's severed head. He then goes on more adventures (I.e Perseus and Andromeda) and lives a life full of adventure, suspense, and fun.
  • NOOOOOO! BWAH! (7)
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