When we last left our protagonist he wasn’t our protagonist at all, his mother was, and we left him and her on the rocky shores of Seriphos, having beached there after many days of wayward drifting after King Acrisius set them both in a chest and sent them out to sea and to, what he hoped would be, their demise. Fortunately for them, the warm winds and fateful waters of the Greek sea ferried them to a friendly land and into the good graces of the King of Seriphos’s brother, Dictys.
Part one of the full story of Perseus. Whisky from New Zealand. We’ll hear of the conditions surrounding the birth of Perseus; his grandfather’s terrible treatment of his young mother and how the two were cast out to sea to perish in the waves. We’ll leave them as they arrive upon the rocky shores of an unknown land, and are greeted by a good fisherman who is anything but a common man.
A giant who hides his heart so that he might live forever turns a band of six brothers into stone lawn ornaments. There is a seventh brother however, and when he goes looking for his missing brethren, he finds a clever princess who want to help him slay the giant.