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"The gods must be displeased with something I've done" -King
"Our crops are failing! The corn is not rising! This is a catastrophe. Hundreds are going to starve" -King
"You never know with the gods! Why not send to the Oracle of Delphi and see what she has to say about the situation." -Ino
" Don't blame yourself! Maybe it was someone else in the royal family. Maybe it was one of the children." -Ino
"Father, where are we going?" -Phrixus
"We are going to stand before the people, my son" -King
"Psssstt. Kid, over here. You and your sister must climb on my back. I am sent from Hermes. I will carry you to safety." -Ram
"Helle! Hold on!" -Phrixus
"I'm slipping! I can't" -Helle
"Phrixus did as the gods wished. He took the fleece from the ram-- a symbol of its undying beauty. Phrixus had traveled far, past the Black Sea. The king was kind to him and sent him on his way. What happened to Phrixus beyond this point, we do not know" -Narrator
"Here we are. Now, go seek out the king of this land. He will help you and send you on your way. Now, you will find a knife behind that rock. To show your thankfulness to the gods, you must sacrifice me." -Ram
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