A Partitions egocentric and selfish personality get him into some trouble with Athena.
Your villages peril and troubles are not worth my time. It is an insignificant matter. My hair style and clothes matter more than the current state of your residence.
Good sire, please help us. Our village is succombing to a greater empire and we are struggling. Thou appears to have many riches. Might you spare some for our greater good?
Ha! The Gods?!?!
Good landowner, if you assist us in our time of need, the gods may make it worth your while.
The gods are nothing but backstabbing, condescending freaks of nature. Why I am much more powerful than the gods due to my great wealth! I earned my rank on my own, they didn't do anything but slow me down!
What do you find humorous about the great gods that help our Earth function?
There was once a lone patrician who had great wealth. He passed through a village struggling due to famine and war. A villager asked for assistance.
I am only speaking the truth. I have much more authority on Earth than you. Also, why did you disguise as a male?
Who do you think you are?! Claiming to be superior to the gods?!
The villager kept attempting to persuade the patrician, but alas, the patrician was a stubborn man who only thought about his own well-being. The patrician laughed when the villager brought up the gods.
Foolish man, your overconfidence and wealth do not determine your authority. You shall be punished for challenging the gods in the first place. I shall take the one thing you value.
The patrician was ungrateful for all the gods have given him and found them to be a nuisance. This would be the biggest mistake of his life.
The old villager transformed into Athena before the wealthy landowner.
Athena was rather upset and decided that a man with such great overconfidence should be punished.
Anthena proceeded to take the gold and riches of the Patrician and launch them into the sky, burning up and floating in space, becoming stars. The gold that picked up debris became meteors. The patrician wept for days to come, knowing he was wrong.