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The Story of Icarus
Updated: 11/4/2020
The Story of Icarus
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  • What am I going to do with my son?
  • Thank you Daedalus!
  • This is a labyrinth, to keep the minotaur inside with no escape, your highness
  • I have accomplished on killing the Minotaur!
  • King Minos is worried about the safety of other and his son, the Minotaur.
  • You would be imprisoned for being apart of my son's murder.
  • King Minos contacted with Daedalus, the architect, to build a labyrinth to keep his son safe from the outside world.
  • ‘Let me warn you, Icarus, to take the middle way, in case the moisture weighs down your wings, if you fly too low, or if you go too high, the sun scorches them.
  • Daedalus let Theseus in the labyrinth to kill the Minotaur in exchange of leaving Crete and sailing away.
  • Is that a boy falling from the sky?!
  • DAD! HELP!
  • When King Minos found out about his son death and how it occur, he punished Daedalus by trapping him into a tower with his son.
  • Daedalus has an idea how to leave the tower, which is by flying, and he starts explaining the warnings to Icarus the dangers of flying to high and too low.
  • Icarus did not listen to his father's instructions due to his indifference side of the warnings. People saw the boy who has fallen from the sky and amused on what they seen, but it was not important to them.
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