The City by the Sea


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  • My daughter, Andromeda, is the most beautiful child on Earth.
  • One day, the mother of a beautiful and kind princess, was boasting to a local citizen about her child. The mother's name was Casseopeia, and the daughter's Andromeda.
  • Well, I don't think so.
  • Poseidon, the god of the seas, heard this news and was insulted that anyone would think that this Andromeda was more beautiful than his own daughters. In a fit of rage, Poseidon unleashed a flood and a great serpent on the city.
  • My daughters will be insulted by this news! I, Poseidon, will avenge them! Horror will be unleashed on their city!
  • The king was frightened and asked an oracle what to do. She replied that, to save the city, Andromeda would have to be sacrificed.
  • King, to save this town you must sacrifice Andromeda.
  • Oracle, what do I have to do to save this town?
  • I am Perseus, Son of Zeus, and I killed the serpent. Will you marry me, Andromeda?
  • Why must I be sacrificed? The serpent will surely eat me-wait, it's not coming! It is dead! Who are you? Did you kill it?
  • Andromeda was left for the serpent to eat, when suddenly a stranger freed her and killed the serpent. He was Perseus, a heroic character with a newfound strong love for Andromeda.
  • Perseus wanted to marry Andromeda, but she felt she should ask her father first if it would be allowed.
  • Let me ask my father first. Thank you for freeing me, Perseus.
  • Later...
  • Just Married!
  • The marriage was allowed. Perseus and Andromeda lived happily together for the rest of their lives.
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