Perseus by Alice Low (Robert H, Zach W, Madi H, Hunter S)
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you cant kill me, ill turn you to stone and my snakes never die
Perseus met with the three grey women, he said if they gave him advice he would give their eyeball back. The advice Perseus needed was using the shield while killing Medusa to avoid getting turned into stone. The three gracious women traded a little piece of advice for their eyes back.
Perseus took the three grey ladies advice. Perseus approached the gorgon in confidence due to all the gifts given to him. Perseus cut the head off and dint look into Medusa's eyes, he wasn't going to let his success be taken away by a mistake.
Perseus successfully took on the perilous adventure and slayed the gorgon. Perseus took the head back to prove to Polydectus that he was wrong.
i made a mistake!!
On the pathway back home Perseus ran into some difficulties in the way. A giant sea monster that was ready for attack. Perseus being the brave soul he is took on the sea monster and wasn't going down without a fight. Perseus took the monster down and continued on his journey home.
Perseus finally went to show off his reward to Polydectus when all the sudden Polydectus froze and turn into stone. Perseus's plan got a hinder put on it because he didn't warn him of the dangers.
Perseus killed King Acrisius and was devastated while playing discus. King Acrisius avoided this day for a very long time but fate will be fate. Perseus killed him in a unexpected way.
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