Perseus could see stones in the shape of animals and people as he flies towards the gorgons. He begins to feel reluctant to consort Medusa.
Return with the Elixir
Thank you gracious hero! Will you be my husband?
Perseus gets ready to fight the gorgons using Hermes' sword, Athena's shield, and the three magic gifts. He uses the shield to look at the Gorgons, and with Athena informing him of which gorgon he must slay, Perseus beheaded Medusa.
The Road to
There's no way that you slayed Medusa, it's impossible!
After slaying Medusa, he put her head into the magic wallet so he could return it to Polydectes as a wedding gift, this was because he could not afford one.
Having slain a sea monster (No name give), he had rescued a princess in the midst of his adventure. She goes by the name Andromeda and later became his wife. She follows him on the way back to town as well.
After Perseus having realized that Polydectes had sent him on the mission only to have Perseus killed, he showed Polydectes the Medusa's head so that he would turn to stone. Then he proceeded to sail to Argos with his mother Danae, and his wife Andromeda.
Perseus had traveled to Argos to allow Danae to be reconciled with her father, though King Acrisius (Danae's father) had been attending games in another city. So Perseus had also decided to attend the games. When it was Perseus' turn to throw the discus, a sudden wind blew and the discus killed King Acrisius.