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King Acrisius of Argos had a daughter named Danae whose future son was meant to kill him.
King Acrisius sent Danae and her son, Perseus, out to sea to bring death inevitably instead of directly because he feared the repercussions by the gods towards those who kill their kind.
Danae and Perseus washed up on the shore of an island where Dictys, a fisherman, took them in.
Dictys' brother, Polydectes, was the king of the island, and he fell in love with Danae. He wanted to marry her, but he wanted nothing to do with Perseus. He plotted a way to get rid of him.
Polydectes told Perseus that he would rather have the head of a gorgon than anything else in the world.
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