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During this point in the story Daedalus the inventor and Icarus his son have been captured by the great and powerful King Minos. He had kept them as guests but soon wanted more and made them stay and make weapons for him on the island of Creet.
Son, I promise I will get us out of here no matter what. I will find a way. If it means us getting home to our family i will do it! For us.
Daedalus needed to fund a way to get out of this castle and back home. He thought it was hopeless because even if they did escape the castle they could sail over the sea. Then one day Daedalus got the idea that could then set them free to home.
At this point Daedalus has asked king Minos if he could have some wax and feathers for a new invention that he making. King Minos agreed. Daedalus's plan might go as planned.
After King Minos gave Daedalus wax and feathers for his new "invention" Daedalus took his plan into action by using the wax and feathers to make wings for him and his son to fly back home. Starting from the inside with the smallest feathers then moving outward with the bigger feathers until he made the perfect wings for them.
Once Daedalus was finished making the wings he took his son out to the roof and showed him how to flap his wings so that he could fly off the ground and stay up. By the end of a few day Icarus was almost as good at flying as his dad.
One morning Daedalus woke up Icarus and said, "Are you ready to fly back to Athens? I know you are not so great at flying yet, but I will lead us back. There are a few things you need to remember while flying home. 1. You must not fly too high or your wings will melt from the sun. 2. You must not fly too low or your wings will get moister from the sea and you will sink.
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