You Are the Greek Hero Theseus
The Greek HeroesAll the Greek heroes worked hard and generally they played equally hard. They were beloved of the gods and sometimes equally hated. They didn't get a reputation as heroes because they rescued people from burning buildings, but because they showed divine assistance and incredible, seemingly superhuman abilities. On the whole, they were too big for their hometowns and so set off on what we now think of typically heroic quests. Just as the gods were popular ancestors for the ancient Greeks, so were the heroes. Likewise, the stories of neither gods nor heroes are entirely consistent and there is overlap.
Poseidon may have been the father of Theseus, king of Athens. Theseus was something of a bull killer. When he went to kill the minotaur he promised his father to change the sails to white if he survived, but he forgot to and his father, stricken with grief, committed suicide. That wasn't the only treacherous deed he committed. Theseus owed Ariadne for helping him survive the labyrinth, but he ditched her on the nearest island. He then went around absconding with women accompanied by his good friend Pirithous, but when they wound up in the Underworld, Theseus needed his buddy Heracles to help him out. Theseus recycled the karma by assisting the unfortunate Oedipus. Later Theseus ruled as king in Athens, until he was exiled.
Since you are Theseus, you are charming, popular, and powerful. You can do what you set your mind to and may have a special area of expertise in which you surpass all others. You'll do anything to help out a friend in need. When people need a contact to get something done, they'll turn to you. You're a bit of a Peter Pan and so don't really want to settle down. To you, rules are optional.
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Theseus and the Minotaur
6th Century B.C. Black-figure
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