Leonidas and the Savannah
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Leonidas (bow and arrows) is attempting to run away from the locals because he accidentally killed on of them. He had a curse that allowed to be a great hunter, so he shot and had a consequence.
After get bludgeoned to death, Zeus carries him to the ocean. Artemis, Hephaestus, and Zeus agree to let him live once more.
Zeus struck him with a lightning bolt and his ashes blew back to wear he was hunting. Artemis and Hephaestus pointed at his ashes and then rose a lion. Leonidas the lion is one of the most popular species of animals to this day, and they wouldn't exist without the story of him.
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