The Daily Myth

The Daily Myth

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  • A pretty and ambitious priestess of Troy, named Cassandra, was at Apollo's temple when Apollo took a look at it. He was surprised that he had a temple out of Greece.
  • *gasp* Apollo! I-It's a pleasure!
  • Apollo struck a deal with Cassandra. All Cassandra saw was Apollo's beauty and power.
  • If you give me a kiss, I will grant you a wish.
  • Of course, I'll take the deal.
  • One of Cassandra's greatest wishes was to be an oracle. This one of the easiest wishes for Apollo to grant. Cassandra eagerly looks into the future and sees something disturbing.
  • Oh my! Y-you are destroying my Troy!
  • That is easy to grant.
  • I want to be an oracle.
  • Cassandra sees Apollo fighting on Greece's side, and sees the Greeks destroying her beloved Troy.
  • *Cassandra spits on Apollo in disgust*
  • Since Cassandra spit on Apollo, and he couldn't take back his gift, he cursed Cassandra so that no one would believe her. She warned her people of a wooden horse, but no one believed her, as Apollo cursed her.
  • How dare you spit on me! From now on, you'll be an oracle, but no one will believe you!
  • No!
  • ...and they will come out of the wooden horse!
  • Yeah right!
  • Yeah right!
  • AHH
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