Mythology with a Twist: Perseus and AndromedaPerseus could not wait to get home and shove Medusa’s head into the King’s face; that would teach him a lesson for thinking him as weak!
Admittedly, he could have never done it on his own; hadn’t it been for Athena, he’d still be trying to figure a way to get to Medusa’s cave.
Not only she had instructed him on how to get to Medusa and kill her, but she had equipped him with all these extraordinary weapons too.
Athena herself had offered him her shield; Hades had provided a helm that turned him invisible at will; Hermes had given him winged sandals. Not to mention he had killed Medusa using Zeus’s sword; how many mortals could claim the same?
The desperate pleas for help coming from somewhere below him, brought him out of his reverie.
He stopped midair and took a good look around; he spotted a girl chained to a rock mid-ocean and some sort of sea monster swimming in circles around the small rock-island she was chained o