Perseus finds where Medusa is and silently walks around the terrible stone figures. Perseus finds Medusa while she is sleeping and beheads her using his magical sword and puts it in his pouch and heads back to Sephiros.
Perseus returned he saw his mother was really pale and her arm in the hand of Polydectes. The guards drew their weapons but Perseus told his mother to close her eyes and he pulled out the head of Medusa turning everyone in the throne room but him and his mother to stone.
Perseus also turned his grandfather Acrisius to stone fullfilling the prophecy that his grandson would kill him. Perseus gave Athene his shield and Hermes his invisibility cap because gods who give gifts can expect gifts in return. Perseus kept the sword and winged sandals since his deeds had just begun and he could have many more adventures.