I am Agni, and my name means a powerful flame! I can help get rid of this snow by doing a task of a god and traveling to the volcano and gathering fire.
We will never have peace in the town with this arrogant child.
This is easy! A god would tremble beneath me because I am the only one that can take fire.
Agni, you must turn back. This task is dangerous for a mortal like you. You would be burned alive! Turn back!
You don't know what I'm capable of, you puny god! I am Agni, and my name means a powerful flame!
In a small town near a volcano, there was a boy shouting in the square. This boy was named Agni, and he thought he could help get rid of the snow.
I am no puny god! I am Zeus, king of the gods, sky, law, and order! You will turn back and let the snow pass like it always does.
I will not turn back! I am much better than you and I will get this fire to prove myself better than you!
So Agni traveled to the volcano to get the fire, and bring it back to the town.
You are too proud, you mortal! You will be better off in the afterlife.
When Agni got into the mouth of the volcano, Zeus stopped him in his path, warning him about the dangers.
He is gone! Now the gods will be at peace with us!
Zeus got mad at Agni because of his behavior and tried to reason with him, but Agni still refused.
Zeus finally got tired of Agni and shot him with a bolt of lightning, spreading the lighting throughout the volcano.
The people were cheering throughout the town because of Agniś death. The town was now quiet and not bothered by the gods. But, from then on, whenever the volcano erupts, lightning forms around the volcano because of Agniś death.