The Golden Fleece By: Anne Terry White. Joelle Franko, Ella Randles, Josh

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  • Hero in his Ordinary World
  • The call to Adventure
  • Refusing the call to adventure
  • Jason was a very admired, handsome man. He was raised by a Centaur. KIng Aeson was his father. Jason was heir to Iolocus although, slim chances he would sit on the throne.
  • Metting with a Mentor
  • Jason asks to be king but Pelias has another idea. Pelias asks Jason to retrieve the Golden Fleece. Jason agrees to this request.
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • King Aeson presents Jason with tasks to accomplish to prove his courage.Jason knows that the labor is heavy, but he will do it even if he may parish. Retrieving the Golden Fleece has a higher value than his own life in his opinion.
  • Tests, Allies, and Enemies
  • Medea's inentions with Jason were to help him in the upcoming challenges that lay before him. Medea gave Jason gifts in which would help him defeat the warriors and bulls. Medea gave Jason an ointment, a sword, a great stone and advice in order to conquer the tasks ahead.
  • After accepting the challenge, jason stood before the two Bronze Bulls. Knowing the perilous tasks ahead, Jason stood tall. For Medea's help will come in handy now.
  • The Argonauts watched and hesitantly awaited for the defeat or victory of Jason.  Medea tried to help Jason with a spell but Jason was already on it. Jason successfully slayed the two Bronze Bulls. The spell given to Jason by Medea worked and the Warriors turned on eachother.
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