The Oracle of Delphi

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The Oracle of Delphi
(As seen on the History channel)

Perseus, demi-god, and son of Zeus is on a mission to save his mother's life. He needs to behead Medusa and bring it back to the evil king of Seriphus in a fortnight, or his mother will lose her life.

Princess Andromeda is on a mission of her own. Once thought to be the successor to The Oracle of Delphi, she bravely sits atop the throne over the pit of knowledge in trickery, to get an answer from the oracle for herself. She is to be sacrificed to a sea serpent in order to save her village and the oracle tells her only the demi-god Perseus can slay the beast.

When Perseus seeks out the oracle in order to find the abode of Medusa, the feisty Princess Andromeda tries to trick him to go on a quest of her own. But Perseus has no time to lose in the mission of saving his mother.

Shadows of doubt linger and it is certain someone will lose a life with one wrong choice, in The Oracle of Delphi.

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