With the help of Madea's sorcery, Jason defeats the tasks, which were plowing a fire breathing bull, getting a dragon tooth, and defeating the army of men in his way. Madea's love is what made her want to help him, and this is shown when the author writes "She would have given her soul to him if he asked her"(Hamilton 130).
Taking back the throne
Madea and Jason sneak into the Golden Fleece's secret hiding place after Aeetes would deny Jason from getting it. Madea soothes the serpent guarding the Fleece and they flee from Colchis at night. This is shown when the author writes "She fell on her knees before them and begged them to take her with them"(Hamilton 131).
Madea's brother came after Jason and the Argonauts for the Golden Fleece. Madea killed him for her passion towards Jason, "She killed her brother"(Hamilton 132).
Jason usurps the throne, and becomes the rightful king. However, he eventually leaves Madea, and marries another woman. Jason used Madea for all of the trouble he went through. "He engaged himself to marry the daughter of the King of Corinth"(Hamilton 133).