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  • Here is your lyre Orpheus.
  • OMG thank you!!!!
  • Orpheus is so dreamy!!
  • I love you!! Will you marry me?!?!
  • OMG!!!! Yes I will!!!
  • Where has Orpheus' beautful playing been? I bet Artisteus has got him.
  • Thank you lord Hades!
  • You're wish has been granted. Now GO!!!
  • Appola gave Orpheus a little golden lyre, and his mother taught him to make verses for singing. Orpheus grew up to be a poet and a musician. He would sing and play all the time and animals, trees, people, and one certain girl would follow him when he did.
  • Oh I hope my dear Eurydice is behind me!
  • One day Orpheus confronts the girl about why she was following her around. She says that her name is Eurydice and that she loves him, so Orpheus decides to marry her. they live in a little house near the river in a grove of trees. They never left home, so gossip has started. Most people believe that Aristus, a young king of Athens, wanted Eurydice. He followed her then charged her into a full nest of coiled snakes. Eurydice has died, and was now laying there waiting for Orpheus. He finds her then decides she does not look right dead.
  • Hades lied! She is gone forever! :(
  • Orpheus enters Tartarus to ask of Hades for a wish. He crosses the River Styx, puts the three-headed dog, Cerberus, to sleep with his beautiful music, made the great judges of the dead think about their old days, and had no affect on Hades. Orpheus then plays his lyre to Hades and his wife, Persephone. She has began to cry causing Hades to grant Orpheus' wish to ressurect his wife. The deal was that if Orpheus was to ever look back towards the way he was leaving then Eurydide would be taken from him again and forever.
  • Orpheus, now leaving Tartarus without looking back, travels back through all of Tartarus hoping that his dear Eurydice is behind him.
  • He leaves Tartarus and turns around to see if she was there. She was! He reaches to take her hand, but upon contact with her hand she fades to mist, and blows away into the wind.
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