In a fight, Menelaus defeats Paris, but Hector intervenes and kills Menelaus. The Trojans decide to launch a surprise attack on Greek tents. In the fight, Hector kills Achilles’s cousin assuming that was him since he was wearing Achilles’s gears. The next day, infuriated Achilles demands single warrior fight against Hector. Achilles defeats Hector in one of the best combats ever fought and drags it back to Greek camp.
Along their journey to the Ancient lands, the brave demigods find out that these twin giants plan on using Nico’s death as an “opening ceremony” which will lead to the destruction of Rome. To make matters worse, the Gaea breaks the two sides of demigods, Greek and Roman, apart, and now all, or most of the Greek gods have trouble keeping their Greek form, especially Athena (Minerva). This angers the goddess terribly, so she sends her daughter, Annabeth on a separate quest that even the bravest children of Athena have failed for centuries. Annabeth is to journey to the Tiber river, which is where her quest to find the mostfamous statue of Athena, the Athena Parthenon, which is guarded by someone who children of Athena have feared for centuries –The Weaver, Arachne. And while she was doing all this, the other six half-bloods had to find Nico, find a god that would help them defeat the giant twins, and make sure everyone got out of there alive, so, pretty much do the impossible,
To do this, he has to trick and blackmail the Graeae, which he successfully does.Next, Perseus gains two important allies. First of all, the Nymphai loan Perseus lots of useful stuff, like Hermes' winged sandals, Hades' helmet of invisibility, and the kibisis. Second, Athena offers Perseus some great advice about how to defeat Medusa (only look at the monster through the refection on your shield). Good thing Perseus has some friends. With his borrowed magical gear, Perseus flies off to find the Gorgons' cave.
While battling Emperor in the end Luke was able to convince his father to join the Jedi again and help defeat the Emperor. This also is how the Inheritance series ends. Eragon was raised by his uncle also not knowing who his family was. After Bramn dies in the story Eragon’s friend Murtagh is kidnapped and taken to the evil King Galbatorix. The king forces Murtagh into servitude.
Gilgamesh sends prostitutes to have sex with Enkidu to make him more civilized. Gilgamesh and Enkidu eventually have a fight; however they become friends in the end after slaying a giant together. Enkidu becomes ill after a long journey with Gilgamesh and while dying he tells Gilgamesh about a dream he had. Gilgamesh learns of his inevitable fate and learns that Utnapishtim is the only being to have immortality so he seeks to learn how he can achieve the same. Utnapishtim had been warned that a great flood would be dealt to destroy all of mankind.
Wart does not know pulling the sword from the stone makes him the King of England so Kay goes to his father to tell him that he pulled out the blade (205). It is not until Sir Ector presses his son that Kay admits to his lie (206). After growing out of adolescence and committing to chivalry as a knight, Sir
She is captured by the tyrannical leader of the Empire, Darth Vador, but before she is taken prisoner, hides the plans in a droid. The droid informs Luke Skywalker, a simple farmboy, of her need for help and he seeks advice from Ben Kanobi, a former Jedi knight. Ben takes Luke under his instruction in the ways of the Jedi and they all then attempt to rescue Princess Lea from the Empire and use the plans to destroy the Death Star.1 The trilogy sees no moment of resolution until the last episode yet the most heroic moment occurs when Ben Kanobi allows himself to be killed by the Darth Vador. By doing this, Kanobi solidifies Luke Skywalker's position as the hero capable of defeating the Empire. Perviously, Luke was unaware of his being destined to fight for the rebel cause.
When Odysseus encounters Tiresias in the underworld Tiresias tells Odysseus about a smooth journey home “but a god will make it hard for you…because you blinded the Cyclops, his dear son (11.113.116). The god is Poseidon. Also on the journey home, Eurylochus dclares that the men need a break so they land on Thrincacia but are stuck there to starve because “Zeus who marshals the storm clouds loosed a ripping wind, a howling demonic gale, shrouding over in thunderhead the earth and sea at once” (12.338-340). After eating Helios’ cattle when they were not supposed to “Zeus hit the craft with a lightning bolt and thunder” (12.447-448) This causes Odysseus’ men to die and for himself to cast astray into the sea. Monsters prevent Odysseus and his men from reaching home.
In both versions Hercules was raised by two humans. In the Disney version, he is determined to find his father Zeus and ask what it is for him to do in his life. In the real story, Hercules kills his family and is sent out to pay for what he has done. He is sent to the king and is demanded of to do 12 labors. In the movie, Hercules meets his dad Zeus and is sent to his trainer, Phil.
Both stories are of a young male character who is distraught by the early death of his father. An uncle takes the rightful place to the young princes' thrown, and both princes have to overcome their own doubts for the good of their home. Even from the very opening scene we can see the parallels between the two main characters. Simba, in The Lion King nearly embodies Hamlet. They are both the rightful heir to the thrown being son of the king.