Perseus arrives at the cavernous cave where Medusa is, and receives his gift; winged sandals. He approaches a crowd of gorgons, and searches for Medusa. When he finds her, he attacks.
The Road Back
Perseus was inches away from Medusa with his sword and shield. He struck Medusa's head off and stuck it into his magic wallet.
The Resurrection (Atonement)
Perseus, after defeating Medusa, flies home with his winged sandals. What he brings home with him is Medusa's head, a magic wallet, and an cap that makes him invisible.
Return with the Elixir
Once Perseus completed his mission, he went home. On his way home, he slayed a sea monster and met his soon-to-be irresistible wife.
Perseus seeks out Polydectes to show him his wedding gift. Polydectes is angry and doesn't believe Perseus did it. Perseus then took the head out of the magic wallet and showed it to Polydectes, turning him to stone.
Perseus comes home to play games to celebrate. While throwing a discus, Perseus accidentally strikes King Acrisius, and killed him. The prophecy of the oracle at Delphi had predicted that the king would be killed by his grandson.