Those mortals should know that owls are my symbol and killing one is an offense to me. Very well, I shall give them a chance to redeem themselves.
How dare they once again offend me, Athena? Very well, I shall give them one last chance.
Owls are Athena's symbol, should we stop shooting them? We could angry her.
Athena doesn't have the power to stop me!
A pair of mortals, Daphne and Kyra are hunting in the forest, and they shoot down an owl. This catches the eye of the goddess of wisdom and war, Athena, whose symbol was the owl. However, she disregards this believing it was a mistake and not a threat against her.
How dare they! I have no power over them? I will show them who has the power here!
The next day the mortals return and, yet again, shoot down an owl. Athena once again chose to ignore this but leaves them with one last chance.
So they think I am powerless? Well, if they can shoot my owls down, I can shoot them down!
The following day, the mortals continue to shoot down owls, however, Daphne reminds Kyra of the owl being Athena's symbol but she disregards this.
The mortal's words enrage Athena and she shook with fury as she glared at the pair of mortals and her fury materializes into dark storm clouds as she rushed to get her bow and arrow.
Enrages, Athena shot an arrow into the forest, at the pair of mortals. It flew through the storm clouds her fury had created, burning up as it passed, turning into thunder. It hit the exact point where Daphne and Kyra stood, killing them instantly.
Athena's rage and arrow turned into the storm clouds and thunder we have today and whenever there is a thunderstorm it is a symbol that the gods are angry and reminds the mortals never to anger the gods and end up with a fate like Daphne and Krya.