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Landayan saw what would be quite a gruelling sight to see, cannibalizing of what remains of Hades by Persephone is… something one would refer to as insanity. As if Persephone has lost herself into that insanity. The Prince quickly recalls what T-Bag would mention of this particular situation. Though he himself wasn’t exactly happy, it is a worrisome look. His tone back then carried conflict. But Landayan’s compassion towards women quickly criticize T-Bag’s former statement, that he shouldn’t call the situation to be well-deserved. But T-Bag folded his arms as he retorted.
“I was referring to the fate of Hades. I hope you didn’t forget what he did to my family and yours, Landayan. For all we know she could be involved with Hades’ machinations.”
T-Bag responded, though while he could empathise with the situation, his life was torn asunder by Hades, and while he may not know if Persephone herself is involved with him, being his love, his wife. It’s not a far-fetched theory to reach out to. Especially for Landayan having actually seen how obsessed she is with Hades in the dining room that she practically ignored Landayan, even someone with a compassion like himself – would logically come to similar conclusions, even if it may not be true its probability however is about the same as it been correct. But alas, there is no conceivable way to truly know that answer anymore. Persephone herself is lost.
Soon afterwards, Landayan would turn his attention to Demeter’s words, Athena was right. There is something that the Prince did not truly noticed and now this has completely blown right into his face. Demeter paused briefly, her eyes looked down onto the ground.
“It first started with Hephaestus in Lemnos where he started forging powerful automatons through the sacrifice of human souls and blood, then Hades’ pawn, La Spada came and stop him. A few days later, Athena mentioned the Pandora’s Box is opened. And that the we, the Olympians are now afflicted by the evils of the box.”
“I didn’t believe it at first… but… now…”
Demeter would finally stand up; her words slowly turn into rage. Anger seething from the Goddess. And soon…
Demeter in her rage filled roar, would cause the quake to rumble beneath their feet. Plant and trees would suddenly erupt around them, though no one would be hurt by her anger. The trees would sprout from the floors of the castle, even going around walls and seeping into cracks of the castle. It would take a minute or two before Demeter finally calms down.
“Huff… huff… It’s all Zeus’ fault. He should never have tried to take Pandora away from Hephaestus…”
Demeter would continue to calm herself down, her breathing erratic but slowly normalizing. Landayan upon hearing this would likely start to recall his experience with the Olympians around him. Did Thanatos and the Fates showed something like that? Did Hades himself showed this form of Pandora’s curse?