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  • While Bob and Jan were out on the lake enjoying the views, the waves started to rise and get extremely choppy. This scared Bob and Jan, so they decided to get to the nearest body of land and wait out the storm. 
  • Then all of a sudden, their boat cracked in half! Their immediate response to this was to sacrifice some of the food to the god of the ocean, Poseidon. They hoped that Poseidon would calm the waters so they could find help, fix their boat, and return home. 
  • Poseidon received this sacrifice, but since he was mad at Amphirite, his wife, for not fulfilling her duties, he decided to ignore their sacrifice for a while. 
  • In his golden palace under the ocean, Poseidon received information from his brother Zeus, stating that people had disobeyed him in the city-state of Athens. This made Poseidon extremely mad, so he used his trident and created an earthquake. 
  • The rain was beginning to slow when Poseidon created the earthquake. This caused the water level to rise, and Bob and Jan remained stuck on the island. The water level kept rising, therefore, the island began to flood. At this point, all Bob and Jan could do was sacrifice all that they had and hope Poseidon would listen. 
  • Soon after Bob and Jan sacrificed their belongings, Poseidon received more news from Zeus that the people had sacrificed and made up for their mistakes. Also, Amphitrite completed her duties that Poseidon had asked her to do. After all of this occurred, Poseidon returned to his happy state and stopped the earthquake and high water levels so Bob and Jan could return to their homeland. 
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