I have none, however I shall bring you Medusas head.
Here's how you can find Medusa, also take this sword.
Thank you both.
Use this shield to see Medusa in the reflection so you won't turn to stone.
Perseus was invited to a celebration by king Polydectes, but didn't have a gift. Due to this, Perseus declared that he would bring the king Medusa's head as his gift.
Perseus ended up lost in his adventure, but found Hermes during his travels. Hermes gave Perseus advise on how to find Medusa, as well as a sword that was able to kill her. In addition, Athena gave him a shield so he could see Medusa in the reflection.
May I marry your daughter?
Of course you can!
After receiving his weapons, he was tasked by Hermes to take a shared eye from three ladies known as the Cimmerians, and threaten it until they tell him how to find Medusa. He succeeds and figures out where Medusa lives.
Using Athena's shield to gaze at Medusa, he swiftly cut off Medusa's head while she was asleep. Then, he put the head in a bag and immediately left to begin his journey home.
While Perseus was on his travel home, he found Andromeda chained to a rock. She was to be sacrificed to a sea serpent. Perseus killed the serpent and saved Andromeda. Perseus then asked her father if he could marry her. Her father said Perseus could marry Andromeda.