Once upon a time, there was a man named Daedalus, and he was a great architect!
Oh no! My Minotaur!
Across from where Daedalus lived, there was the King of Crete, and he wanted Daedalus to build him a maze for his pet, the Minotaur.
Oh no! But it wasn't us!
Daedalus decided he'd come to Crete to help the king, as long as he was able to bring his son, Icarus.
Oh no! I'm drowning.
I guess i'm alone now.
After Daedalus and Icarus left, the King of Crete's Minotaur was killed and his daughter was taken.
The King of Crete decided that the only person who would be able to solve his maze is the person who made it! So, he imprisoned Daedalus and Icarus.
Soon, Daedalus found bird wings and made some with wax for him and Icarus. He warned his son not to fly to high or the Sun would melt his wings and he would fall in the water, but he did anyway. So Icarus fell in the water and died. The lesson of this story is not to be ambitious and fly to high, and to always listen to instruction.