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Hephaestus ROCKS!!!!

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Jaci Howard

on 29 April 2013

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Transcript of Hephaestus ROCKS!!!!

Horrible Hera Hera was Hephaestus' mother. However, she threw him down Mount Olympus when he was born because he was ugly. He fell for three days until he was finally caught by water nymphs. Hephaestus was the Blacksmith god. Thrown off of Mount Olympus as a child, he was lame and walked with a stick. He was a skilled craftsman and forger. He made the weapons and some of the statues on Mount Olympus. About Hephaestus Hephaestus
By: Jacob R. GOOD-BYE Life with the Nymphs Hephaestus grew to become a mighty man. Eventually, he made a brooch for his favorite nymph. Hera caught her wearing it one day and asked who made it. When she heard that Hephaestus had made it, she was immediately sorry. She let Hephaestus go to Mount Olympus. Hephaestus' Family Tree As a child, Hephaestus was thrown off of Olympus by Hera. When he found out, he was angry. He fashioned a golden throne for her. He sent it to her as a "gift". Hera was excited and sat on it immediately. All of a sudden, invisible chains wrapped around her. None of the gods could help her. They realized that only Hephaestus could help. They made Dionysus go to him with wine and bring him there. He only agreed to release her when she promised not to be horrible to him again. Hephaestus' Revenge
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