The Battle: Half-man, half-bull, the Minotaur lurks in an underground maze waiting for his next meal – children sent to him as a sacrifice. Lost in the labyrinth, the kids surely will be devoured. But brave king Theseus has had enough of his land living in fear of the Minotaur. He accompanies the group and is prepared to fight. Hearing the Minotaur breathing nearby, he springs toward it. Dodging the monster’s deadly horns, he thrusts his sword into the beast. The Minotaur is dead, but will the group find its way out? Luckily, Theseus unspooled a piece of string as he walked through the maze, and leads the children out to safety.
The Minotaur was a half-man, half-bull. He was kept in a labyrinth, and was fed children as a sacrifice.
Lost in the labyrinth, the children would surely be devoured. But then the brave King Theseus arrived and fought the Minotaur.
After the Minotaur died, King Theseus leads the children safely out of the labyrinth.