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  • In ancient Greece, there lived a man that goes by the name Abel. Abel was sentenced to a trial with Zeus and was found guilty for stealing from high class men. His punishment would have instantly caused Abel to get fed to the Hydra as a punishment.  Zeus instead made a deal to let him go if he traveled to the unknown Island that is infested with Monsters. 
  • Abel agreed and was told to retreat the amulet of power that the Gods used for power and control. The amulet was stolen by a monster of incredible power. Without the amulet, the Gods were as strong as any regular mortal.
  • As soon as Abel arrived to the Island, his eyes glared and got blinded by a a shine from the top of the main mountain, it shined and gave him an idea of where to look. He walked through the tropical terrain and struggled to climb the rocky mountain. The climb to the top took around 1 hour and he was exhausted by then and he knew that he would not have any energy to retreat the amulet.
  • As soon as he reached the top, he realized that there was a highly protected door and it seemed to be the only entrance. There was a sign by the entrance and it said that the only way to enter the cave would be by confessing one's sins and so he did, apologizing for vandalizing and stealing from his community.
  • The door opened and revealed the amulet resting on the floor, right by the monster. He was confident and he knew that Greek depended on his courage. So Abel slowly walked up to the creature and reached to get the amulet from a distance. The monster having a sense of  intellect, woke up by his nervous grunts. He realized what he had done and quickly grabbed the amulet and ran. Zeus heard his coward
  • Abel was brought back to Greece with the Amulet, the gods received their powers and abilities back and were able to restore power and balance
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