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Prometheus (middle) notices that men are starting to take everything that they have for granted on Earth and this makes him annoyed.
Prometheus decides to act upon this, by locking away Europa, the Goddess of Water, leaving the Earth without rain.
Soon, the water on Earth dried up and the people were left with hardly any water to survive on.
One day, Philophrosyne, the God of Kindness, decided that man had been punished enough, and sets free Eudora. Earth's gift of water was then restored.
This made Prometheus mad, and the next day, Europa overheard him telling Tityos the giant that he was planning to poison Philophrosyne's drink as revenge.
Europa told Philophrosyne what she had overheard, and he sent Prometheus to the underworld forever. Philophrosyne and Eudora then got married, and the people on Earth lived as if water have never gone in the first place.
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