The Tale of Arachne and Athene part 2

The Tale of Arachne and Athene part 2
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  • Athene, tired of listening to Arachne disown her, morphed into her godly form.
  • You finally decided to show your face. I have been  waiting to prove that I am better than you! There is no way you can win this contest against me!
  • I tried to give you a chance mortal. I am the goddess of wisdom and domestic crafts and no one is better than me. But since you think you are so good, I shall prove that I am better than you through a weaving contest!
  • Both of them weaved for hours on end, and when the final product was done Athene stood up to admire her work. Athene had weaved about the power and majesty of the gods and Arachne weaved about the stupidity and the arrogance of the gods, abusing their power. But it was obvious who won... 
  • I think my work is better, and the gods don’t want to admit when they are out bested.
  • It’s a tie and nothing else you say can change my mind or opinion.
  • I just did, and it’s true!
  • How dare you question the authority of a goddess!
  • She is Furious!
  • oh no let's go, this is getting bad.
  • In Athene’s angry state, she turned Arachne into a small creature, with 8 legs, that shot string out of its abdomen, the world's first spider.
  • NOOOOOOOOOOO
  • You have greatly offended me mortal! You shall PAY for what you have done!
  • Ever since she was turned into a spider, she told the stories of the gods and goddesses using her silk, but never forgave Athene for getting rid of her weaving hands. All of Arachne descendants will hate Athene and her children until the end of time.
  • The end.
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