Theseus, wanting to be a hero, refused to take the ship offered by his mother, instead traveling by land to be reunited with his father. During his travel, he killed all of the bandits in the land. To honor him, the Greeks brought him to King Aegeus, who recognized his son by the sword he had left years ago.
Theseus finds out about the minotaur, a beast locked in a maze by his father, King Minos. Every year, King Minos required 14 youths to be sent as tributes to try and kill the minotaur. This was as revenge for his own son being killed, after King Aegeus sent the son into the maze. Wanting to be a hero, Theseus volunteers.
Theseus finally meets the Minotaur and they start their epic battle. Their battle was legendary, and their fight was talked about throughout the world.
Archetype: The Hero
King Aegeus thinks Theseus is dead and he jumps off a cliff.
Theseus becomes king, but abdicates his power and declares that Athens would be a democracy. Athens became the richest and happiest city in the world.
Theseus is on a quest to kill the minotaur so he can save the people who are getting eaten by the creature.