Artemis, angered by the mans words decided to confront him.
O' man, who are you and what is your business with the wild!
I am the great Miltiades and I shall destroy the wild! You girl, whoever you are, shall be my first slave!
Artemis didn't waste anymore time. She pulled out her bow and nocked it. With a shout she fired her arrow clean through Miltiades' heart.
I am Artemis, goddess of wild animals, the hunt, vegetation, childbirth, and eternal maidenhood! I am no ones slave!
Once Miltiades was dead, Artemis fed his body to the wolves and freed the captive deer.
There you are wolves, a feast!
The deer, grateful for Artemis saving their lives' decided to pull the chariot of Artemis for eternity. Artemis gave them her blessing and made them immortal.
I give you my blessing. From now on, you shall be immortal and pull my chariot forever. You shall be the strongest of your kind, my sacred deer!
From that point on, the sacred deer of Artemis were unharmed and immortal. They pulled Artemis' chariot in many major battles and aided her for eternity. Artemis lived peacefully for a while, hunting through the woods, and occasionally saving helpless animals. She was worshipped and loved by the wild.