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As a labor I command you to bring the Erymanthian Boar back to me ALIVE.
It's fine, I'll be quick.
It's dangerous Heracles I would not recommend.
Eurystheus sent Heracles to bring the Erymanthian Boar alive and drag it back to the city of Mycenae. Eurystheus then sent Heracles on his way.
Pholus is a theif! He is to be torn to peices! THEIF!
On Heracles way to the wild boar's lair he came upon a cave of a friendly centaur who offered him to spend the night ,and gave him some meat , warmth from the fire, and a place to rest. Although he liked the meat raw he accepted it well done.
Then Heracles asked if he had any wine, Pholus said he did buried in the back of the cave, but centaurs become maddened if they drink it and if they smell it they become furious. Heracles persisted saying he'd drink it and solve the problem.
Heracles began to drink it ,then there was an angry clamor of shouts, the centaurs were yelling and prancing about shouting that Pholus was a thief and hes to be torn to peices.
They then began to attack and Heracles jumped behind a rock and pulled out his arrows dipped in Hydra's venom, then began to slaughter. In the end of the mess Heracles found Cheiron and Pholus accidently hit with arrows. Heracles buried his friends and left in sorrow.
Heracles then went to find the Erymanthian Boar in its lair and striked it with a spear and club and followed it as it fled he ran it up the mountain forcing it to a deep snowdrift as it fell in exhaustion. He picked it up and carried it to Mycenae to Eurystheus
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