Daedalus and Icarus

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  • Exposition
  • Ok, we will built it.
  • Since you are the best architecture in Crete I ask you to built a labyrinth. I will pay you well.
  • Rising Action
  • Wait this maze is for the Minotaur! I must have Crete this instant.
  • Hungry...
  • Rising Action
  • One day Daedalus and Icarus were sent to see King Minos for a job to built a labyrinth with many corridors built in the cellar and if it is successful, then King Minos will pay Daedalus well.
  • Climax
  • I'm flying! Iam really flying!
  • Daedalus soon finished the labyrinth but then discovered that true reason for this maze, to house a man-eating half man, have bull called Minotaur. As he knew this, he wanted to leave.
  • Falling Action
  • Ha, I can fly way higher than those seagulls. I bet I can fly higher then sun!
  • Daedalus and Icarus were now prisoners because it was a secret to know the exit of the maze. However Daedalus was not happy about being prisoner until they died so he decided to make wings using a blanket and a wax and fly to of the window with Icarus.
  • Resolution
  • Daedalus, and Icarus were flying away to freedom. Daedalus' number one advice for Icarus was to stay away from the sun so the wax does not melt.
  • Remember son, don't fly too close to the sun!
  • Icarus was suddenly being picked by seagulls, so he flew higher then seagulls. Daedalus kept reminding his son to stay away from the sun, but he could not hear Daedalus, so he dared to fly higher then the sun.
  • Squak
  • Don't get to close, Icarus!
  • Because of Icarus flying too close to the sun, the wax began to melt because of the heat and so his feathers started to fall of. All that Daedalus could do was to watch Icarus drop head first in the water where all sharks, eels, and squids swam. All that was the feathers floating on the surface of the water.
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