Kronos (continued again)

Kronos (continued again)

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  • Hestia had grown to be an adult goddess, as Poseidon came tumbling down. The gods accepted the second male into their family. He was more open than Hades, and even as a baby was powerful. His name was Poseidon. Outside, Rhea had finally concocted the perfect plan to destroy Kronos.
  • I had the ladies until this guy comes along.
  • Welcome, newcomer. You are safe with us, Hestia, Demeter, Hera, and Hades.
  • I AM DONE!!!!
  • Rhea had another child. He was the epitome of godliness. Rhea named him Zeus, but she hid him from Kronos. Instead of a child, Rhea gave Kronos a child-sized rock. When it was dark, and Kronos was about to sleep, Rhea gave the child to him. Kronos ate it immediately, not realizing it was a rock.
  • Dinner is served.
  • Our child tastes... rocky.
  • My plan is working.
  • The aged gods were getting ready to accept another baby, when a rock came down from Kronos' gullet. Hestia wisely realized that their mother was attempting to free them from this wretched place, and advised her siblings not to throw the rock back, otherwise Kronos would figure out Rhea's plan.
  • Welcome to our... A rock?!?!?!
  • Meanwhile, Rhea was executing her plan. After feeding Kronos the rock, Rhea took Zeus to a water nymph, who lived in a mountain stream. The nymph mothered Zeus in childhood, helping him unlock his powers. She also helped Zeus grow into manhood, which he did at an accelerated speed, learning his powers quickly.
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  • Zeus returned to his father's palace, and proved his loyalty to Kronos. Kronos made Zeus his servant, and slowly, Zeus rose up the ranks to become Kronos' trusted assistant. One night, his mother indicated to him that it was time to get revenge for his siblings. Zeus brewed a special mead for Kronos.
  • Kronos drank the mead. He was unable to turn down a drinking contest. As the world record holder, he should always aim to beat as many people as he could, destroying their courage, leaving them grovelling at his feet. Kronos drank. And he drank. Until the whole entire mug was drained. Then....
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