Perseus and Medusa

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  • Ordinary World
  • That woman looks so beautiful. I want to marry her but it seems like her son is there. I need to find a way to get rid of him.
  • Call to Adventure
  • Sorry. I didn't have any money to buy anything. I'll bring you anything you want
  • How dare you not bring anything! You'll bring me anything huh. I want you to bring me the head of Medusa.
  • Refusal
  • I don't want to do this but I can't have the king angry at me.
  • Perseus lived with his mother in a kingdom ruled by a evil king named Polydectes who wanted to marry Perseus’ mom but needed to get rid of Perseus.
  • Mentor/Helper
  • We'll help you out since your the the son of Zeus. I Athena will give you a shield. And I Hermes will give you winged sandals to fly. Good luck.
  • Polydectes told Perseus to go get the head of Medusa on a plate since he didn’t bring anything as a present for his fake wedding
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • Perseus was afraid of what he was sent to do but he walked off and went.
  • Test / Allies / Enemies
  • Perseus spent days looking for the Gorgon’s lair but had no hope. Then a tall woman and a young man named Athena and Hermes introduced themselves as sibling since Perseus was the son of Zeus. Hermes gave him winged sandals and Athena gave him a shield. They told where the lair was and he went off.
  • Perseus went to the cave of the Graeae to get more information.
  • The Graeae were three women who shared a single eye and right when they were about to switch Perseus snatched it and blackmailed them. The Graeae told him he should go to the Nymphs of the North to get the Cap of Darkness to make him invisible and a magic bag.
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