Then Juliet's dad was going to make her married soon because he got himself killed. So she fakes her death. Since romeo is gone he thinks she’s really dead. Then he dies, then she dies. Tybalt is the most to blame for the events that occur in Romeo and Juliet because he killed mercutio, which made Romeo want to avenge him, then it caused him to be sent away.
As a gift of gratitude, he has the hand of Princess Megara. He was totally devoted to her in both the movie and myth. Not all is well in Hercules and Megara’s life, because Hera still wants to absolutely ruin Hercules’ life. After they have three sons, Hera makes Hercules go mad. In his madness, he kills Megara and his three sons.
Hercules abandoned himself after he killed his family and was thrown off Mt.Olympus. Eurystheus was Hercules dragon. Eurystheus was a King who had a fear that Hercules would take his throne so he assigned him twelve labors that would kill Hercules. Hercules also has to complete these labors in order to be accepted back on Mt.Olympus. Hercules task is to find loyalty, he will find loyalty after he completes his task.
Zeus stuck them all with a bolt of lighting and killed all, except Odysseus. Odysseus, like me, finished the journey “but not with our friends”. (855) In The Odyssey, Odysseus faces many challenges and repeatedly loses the men in his crew. First, he loses them to Circe when they're turned into pigs, then six men were killed by the monster Scylla, and lastly Zeus killed the remaining men. Like Odysseus, through out my journey known as high school, I have faced many “heavy losses” (841) due to bad behavior and heartbreaking
Poor Pentheus was toyed and tinkered with until his very last breath by none other than his own cousin, Dionysus. His choice, as king of Thebes, to repress the all-powerful god not only lost him his kingdom, but ultimately his life. The Bacchae of Euripides is a true battle between the strength of a king and the power of a god. Dionysus showed no mercy, and his power destroyed a family. He sought revenge, and revenge he got.
Creon’s first act as the new ruler ordered that no one shall give Polynices a proper burial, since he fought against Thebes. Once Antigone, Creon’s niece and Oedipus’s daughter, was caught sprinkling dust and wine over his body, she was detained immediately. Creon then sentenced her to imprisonment in a tomb as punishment for her actions. His decisions led to catastrophe as the choragus explains throughout the play. His fate and disastrous downfall were caused by disobeying the gods, mainly through his tragic flaw of pride and cruelty.
According Doc C: Ophelia’s father Polonius was killed which really affected her and she became crazy. Then Hamlet lies to her saying he never really loved her which made her situation worse. And she was set up to see why hamlet is acting crazy and is spied on by Claudius to see where hamlet is week. So, as you can see Ophelia is put
Poseidon was not pleased with his arrogance so he struck Ajax w. his trident and killed him. -Then there was another storm that destroyed a lot of other ships on the Euboean coast. Agamemnon managed to get back to Mycenae, but there his wife Clytemnestra killed him, along with her lover Aegisthus. XENIA- Hospitality. This is seen many times throughout the Odyssey.
As punishment, the descendants of Cadmus lived under a curse prophesied to each generation by Apollo’s oracle. According to prophecy, if Laius, king of Thebes, had a son by Jocasta, his queen, that son would kill his father and marry his mother.” (“Background”; 430). From early on, Oedipus was fated to do this and it could not be avoided. It is Apollo
The prince then killed himself in shame, persuading his brother Lykos to avenge his dishonour. http://www.theoi.com/Heroine/Antiope.html Lykos (brother of the one who got her pregnant) had since been appointed regent of the powerful Boiotian city of Thebes, for its king Labdakos had died young leaving a mere child on the throne. With the cities forces he laid