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There was once a Goddess known as Artemis. She was the goddess of animals, yet also of the hunt.
Once a hunter named Orion entered the forest where Artemis lived, he was well known for his hunting ability
They grew fond of each other's company, and hunted together often.
This greatly angered Apollo, who then sent a large Scorpion monster on Orion, known as Scorpio. From this, Orion fled to the sea
Artemis was then tricked into hitting Orion by her brother. Apollo challenged Artemis into striking what he told her was a leaf. She had hit Orion masterfully, due to her skill in Archery. Realizing what she had done, she turned Orion and Scorpio both into Constellations.
On a clear night, you may see Orion or Scorpio, for Orion can be seen in the Winter, but Scorpio can only be seen in the Summer, so that Scorpio will always chase Orion, but never catch him. The End.
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