Daedalus and Icarus

Daedalus and Icarus

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  • Exposition
  • The King is asking Daedalus to build a Labyrinth.
  • Sure I shall make your Labyrinth. As long as I get money for making you it.
  • Hello Daedaulas I need you to build a Labyrinth so I can entertain my family
  • Rising Action
  • The King betrays Daedalus and makes him his prisoner for life
  • You can not leave this island. Your the only one with the secret of the Labyrinth
  • How could you do this to me! I trusted you!
  • Rising Action
  • Daedalus is thinking of a plan, while Icarus is freaking out.
  • It's alright Icarus, I'll think of a plan soon.
  • Dad, what if we never see home again!
  • Climax
  • Daedalus thought of a plan, but it'll take a while.
  • I got the perfect idea! Every time a bird comes for a seed I'll take one of it's feathers.
  • Falling Action
  • One year later, Daedalus's plan is finished and is ready to put it into action, and is telling Icarus the rules of flying.
  • Now we be able to see home again! But, Icarus, don't fly to close to the sun. Ok?
  • Ok, Dad, I won't fly to close to the sun.
  • Resolution
  • Icarus does not listen and decides to out-fly the sun, which doesn't work, and falls to his death, while Daedalus is crying and flying away and even the guards can't get him.
  • Father! Help!
  • We can't get him. Let him drown
  • Icarus!
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