Perseus by Alice Low: Allison Schaefer, Makenzie Kirkland, Nick Sullivan, a
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Approach to the Inmost Care
Perseus uses his mythical objects in order to strategically fight and cut off Medusas head without getting caught. Persus hovered over Medusa and uses his shield to avoid looking at her eyes. Knowing that Medusa is asleep, he sneaks up on her and plans to slay her.
The Road Back
After Perseus cuts off Medusas head, the hissing and wriggling snakes on Medusas head wakes up two Gorgons. The Gorgons attempt to attack Perseus but Perseus has his invisibility cap to protect him. This prevents the two Gorgons from being able to see Perseus.
Perseus returns home along with Medusas head. Polydectes is shocked by Perseus when Perseus took Medusas head out of his bag. For this mission was deemed impossible and the king just wanted to get rid of Perseus. Polydectes looks at Medusas head and immediately turns to stone.
Return with the Elixir
On the road back from his perilous mission, Perseus took Andromeda home to be his wife. Danae wanted to see King Acrisius together with Perseus. Arcrisius was not home.
On Perseus way home, he came into contact with sea monster. He slew it because it was about to devour his future wife, Andromeda. He slew the monster and rescued Andromeda from her doom.
Perseus traveled to find King Acrisius in another city and accidentally kills him. This fulfilling the prophecy that predicted the king would be killed by his son. This was predicted by the oracle.
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