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Why Penguins Dont Fly Ages ago when the earth was young Penguins majestically soared through the heavens They were a species considered by the gods to be as equal to the humans in their grace and wisdom of the ways of the earth They were the kings of the sky the proudest of beasts That is until the Oracle at Delphi foresaw a child being born of the blood of almighty Zeus himself who would forever damn the penguin race to never again ascend into the skies Many long winters had passed and the prophecy had yet to be fulfilled that was until Zeus disguised as a mortal man laid eyes upon Ephanondus She was the beautiful princess of Argos daughter of King Acrisius and the aunt of Perseus Awestruck by her beauty he immediately desired her He was relentless in his pursuit of her and finally she gave in Thus Restery is born a demigod son of Zeus and Ephanondus Restery had a normal childhood and that is quite an uneventful for a demigod His mother brought him up mostly but when Zeus had time to spare he would teach Restery the way of the warrior Zeus was delighted by his childs ability to hurl spears miles and hit targets dead on Zeus also took interest in Restery because his sons immense strength that even rivaled his own By the time he is an adult he is renowned throughout the lands for his strength and spear throwing abilities His name and status in the Greek culture increased at the Calydonian boar hunt where he carried a dozen wounded men at once back to King Oeneus where they could be treated He gained more prestige at battle of Troy in which he is badly wounded from the first battle He was struck in the shoulder by an arrow from the great hero of Troy Hector Even though he was wounded he is able to precisely
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