Iliad

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  • You may...
  • Time for some chaos!
  • Uh oh.
  • Enjoy.
  • King Pelias is getting married to Thetis, a sea nymph.
  • Eris, the goddess of strife and discord, arrives to the wedding she was not invited to.
  • That's mine!
  • Eris rolls a golden apple, which lands at the three goddesses feet. The goddesses are Athena, the goddess of warfare and wisdom, Aphrodite, the goddesses of love and beauty, and Hera, Zeus's wife, the queen of all gods, and goddess of marriage and family.
  • That's mine!
  • I am going to win.
  • I will not choose who the apple goes to.
  • King Pelias picks up the apple and reads it, as the goddesses wonder if it is a gift for them.
  • It says "to the fairest".
  • Is it a gift for us?
  • They are very vain.
  • The goddesses believe that the apple is for themselves, and Zeus wonders about who he should choose.
  • Who should I choose?
  • Zeus decides that Paris of Troy will pick the fairest goddess, starting a beauty contest.
  • But, King Priam's son, Paris of Troy will choose.
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