I'm the best at weaving. Even better than Athene herself!
How is she so good?
Athene herself must have taught her!
Meanwhile at king Minos's tower
We have to get out of here. Use your wings we made!
Stop right there!
Okay. Time to fly!
We're free! Now let's go to the mainland.
YAY! We are free!
Arachne is making a master piece on her loom in the center of town. People watch as Arachne weaves an array of bright colors on her loom. She boasts about her skills and draws to say she is better than a goddess! Athene watches in the shadows while Arachne disrespects her.
HOW DARE U DISRESPECT A GODDESS!
Daedalus and his son Icarus escape king Minos's tower with the wings they have created. Icarus is excited to finally fly and get off the island. Daedalus and Icarus have practiced flying to make sure they do not fall.
Stay here Icarus.
Daedalus and Icarus have escaped the tower and are now flying to mainland Greece. The two are landing in a small town where many people have gathered. When they land, they are astonished and frightened at what they see.
You dare protect her?!
now you may live on as a dove, the bird of love.
Arachne has angered Athene so much that she has revealed herself from the shadows! Arachne is terrified as well as Icarus. Daedalus and his son wait too and due to the new circumstances.
Icarus and his father land and instantly back up to the wall. Athene is about to turn Arachne into a spider to teach her a lesson about what she did! Arachne starts crying and Icarus dashes over in front of Arachne to protect her.
Icarus is now in front of Arachne to protect her. Athene does not take this well at all. Daedalus is shocked and worried for his sons wellbeing. He runs over to now protect Icarus, but it's too late for the young boy. Athene had turned Icarus into a dove! Daedalus was very sad at this, so he gave the wings to Athene. Arachne ran away to her home terrified.