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Oedipus the King - MOIRA JOMILLA
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As you know, the city's experiencing another plague. You got us out of the last one, maybe you can work your magic again? :)
Okay. Thanks, King. :)
Okay. I sent Creon to Apollo so he can tell me what I need to do to save this city.
Creon, m'boy! What did Apollo tell you?
Oh, that should be easy. Where can I find this man?
Oh? Let me verify that with Tiresias.
He told me we should drive out whoever killed King Laius.
He's right here in this very land.
Darn, you're stubborn. Maybe you killed King Laius. Or MAYBE Creon is planning to overthrow me.
Tiresias, what do you know?
I don't think so, luv. It's time for you to leave <3
Okay, but just so you know, The man who killed King Laius is here and he's both a brother and father to his children. :)
A lot of things, but I'm not gonna tell you because you're not gonna like it. Even I, myself, do not like it.
No...? You killed him.
Tiresias says that I killed Laius. What do you think?
Oh. Well, Didn't you say Laius was slain where the three wagon-roads meet?
o h , d e a r.
What did he look like?
Tall, with hair that was flecked with white. He looked a bit like you.
What is it?
Yes, that's correct.
Hm. I don't believe in that stuff.
Back when I was in Corinth, a man told me that I wasn't of my father's descent.
So I fled Corinth but on my way to Thebes, I encountered a man who looked like the man you described to me. He tried to forcefully get me off the road and out of anger, I killed him.
I may have killed King Laius.
Then I asked the oracle of Delphi, but the only thing they told me was that I would be my father's killer.
Well, you're innocent until proven guilty by the herdsman. If he retells a story similar to the one with the brigands, then you're all good.
Hello, I'm a messenger from Corinth here to tell you that King Polybus has passed.
Well, I freed your ankles back when I was a shepherd and gave you to Polybus. But I should let you know that Laius's herdsman gave you to me.
You don't have to worry. Merope isn't your real mother, anyway.
See, what'd I tell you, Oedipus. The prophecies aren't true!
I want to meet this man.
What? Then who is?
Yes, but I'm still worried that I'll sleep with my mother.
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