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, Whoa! Aeacus What is it? Dionysus I see some horsemen. Aeacus So why are you crying? Dionysus Because I smell onions. Aeacus Then you don't notice anything? Dionysus Don't mind at all. Aeacus Well, in that case, I must go back to this one. Xanthias Yow! Aeacus What is it? Xanthias Pull out this thorn. Aeacus What's going on? Got to go back here. Dionysus Apollo, who hast Delos and Pytho... Xanthias He got hurt; didn't you hear? Dionysus Not me, it's just that I was recalling a verse of Hipponax. Xanthias You're getting nowhere— hit him in the side. Aeacus You're right. Now, stick out that belly! Dionysus Poseidon— Xanthias Someone got hurt. Dionysus —who rules the Aegean headlands and in the gray sea's depths— Aeacus I swear by Demeter that I can't discover Which of you is the God: but come on in. My master himself will soon find out, and Persephone, since they are gods themselves. Dionysus Now you're making sense. I only wish that you had done that before I took those
Pytho (Greece) (search for this): card 605
thought Of the Herculean feast at Diomeia. Aeacus A holy man—and now I've got to go back here. Dionysus O, Whoa! Aeacus What is it? Dionysus I see some horsemen. Aeacus So why are you crying? Dionysus Because I smell onions. Aeacus Then you don't notice anything? Dionysus Don't mind at all. Aeacus Well, in that case, I must go back to this one. Xanthias Yow! Aeacus What is it? Xanthias Pull out this thorn. Aeacus What's going on? Got to go back here. Dionysus Apollo, who hast Delos and Pytho... Xanthias He got hurt; didn't you hear? Dionysus Not me, it's just that I was recalling a verse of Hipponax. Xanthias You're getting nowhere— hit him in the side. Aeacus You're right. Now, stick out that belly! Dionysus Poseidon— Xanthias Someone got hurt. Dionysus —who rules the Aegean headlands and in the gray sea's depths— Aeacus I swear by Demeter that I can't discover Which of you is the God: but come on in. My master himself will soon find out, and Persephone, since they are gods
Delos (Greece) (search for this): card 605
no, I just thought Of the Herculean feast at Diomeia. Aeacus A holy man—and now I've got to go back here. Dionysus O, Whoa! Aeacus What is it? Dionysus I see some horsemen. Aeacus So why are you crying? Dionysus Because I smell onions. Aeacus Then you don't notice anything? Dionysus Don't mind at all. Aeacus Well, in that case, I must go back to this one. Xanthias Yow! Aeacus What is it? Xanthias Pull out this thorn. Aeacus What's going on? Got to go back here. Dionysus Apollo, who hast Delos and Pytho... Xanthias He got hurt; didn't you hear? Dionysus Not me, it's just that I was recalling a verse of Hipponax. Xanthias You're getting nowhere— hit him in the side. Aeacus You're right. Now, stick out that belly! Dionysus Poseidon— Xanthias Someone got hurt. Dionysus —who rules the Aegean headlands and in the gray sea's depths— Aeacus I swear by Demeter that I can't discover Which of you is the God: but come on in. My master himself will soon find out, and Persephone, since the