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After a long chase, Echo cornered herself at the edge of a river, and Narcissus emerged from the nearby trees.
Who are you and why do you call me?
After trying to get to you, now you only mock me?!
"You call me?"
After the argument, Narcissus let himself collapse on the ground and would not look at Echo, and she went in misery to hide behind a rock. Then Narcissus noticed the river beside him and began to drink. Then he noticed his reflection and fell in love with himself.
I'm so... beautiful!
Narcissus tried to embrace his own reflection when he fell into the river and found only rocks and death. Echo saw all that happened and wept until her body dissolved into thin air and her bones became nothing but stones at the waters edge.