Hercules went to the world of the dead top work labor hours. Because he was so used to taking care of Cerberus, he thought to himself why not defeat other Beast if I can handle going to the underworld and babysitting Cerberus. He defeated monsters and anybody who would want to defeat him, they would obviously die. Hercules had it a trick that always work too kill his Enemy by lifting them up from the ground and crush the bodies. Terrible things happened to him because of Hera’s hatred, and his moral victory beyond simple strength.
The story “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle describes a money hungry step father who is willing to kill his step daughters to keep his dead wife's money for himself. To expose the true killer of her sister Helen Stoner asks Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. They use clues such as a saucer of milk that revealed there was an animal; to narrow the search down to her step father being the killer. The author creates tension by using clue accumulation, red herrings and the passage of time. Additionally, William Brittan creates suspense by using dramatic irony, inference gaps and foreshadowing in “The Man Who Read John Dickson Carr”.
It did not start with the need for more power, it only evolved to that after the Emperor turned him to the Dark side. In continuation, Lady Macbeth is the one who made Macbeth’s thoughts become actions. After persuading Macbeth to do the horrid dead of murdering King Duncan, she goes insane. The guilt of their actions are too much for her to bear leading to her suicide. The Emperor however has no guilt, he convinces Anakin to commits unthinkable acts, while whispering in his ear that it’s all to save his wife.
With Clytemenstra’s approval, Aegisthos murdered Agamemnon. When Orestes, Agamemnon’s son, came to hear the news, he was enraged and killed Aegisthos and Clytemnestra. When Odysseus meets Agamemnon in the underworld, Agamemnon gives insight to him about how to avoid women who betray and murder their loved ones by speaking about his own experience. He says that he had fully trusted his wife and he expected her be a faithful spouse that she vowed to be. He was disappointed to find that to be a false reality.
Even though some say that Perseus accidentally killed his grandfather in a discus competition as an oracle's prophecy said, Perseus did many heroic deeds to make up for that unfortunate event. One heroic feat that Perseus performed was slaying the dreaded gorgon Medusa. According to an article entitled Perseus, the text states, “He famously slew the dreaded Gorgon Medusa whose gaze could turn men to stone…” Perseus slayed Medusa with the help of Athena’s mirror shield and the winged shoes of Hermes. Also Perseus received a helmet of invisibility and a special bag from the Naiads that helped him to escape from the other two gorgon sisters of Medusa. Next, Perseus saved Andromeda from the dreaded sea monster sent by Poseidon to terrorize the kingdom of Ethiopia, which is another extreme feat he accomplished.
Ancient Greeks had a deep suspicion of foreigners, thinking of them all as "barbarians." With Medea, Euripides seems to confront this prejudice by choosing to honor a foreigner with the role of tragic heroine and by making her the most intelligent character in the play. However, the playwright also confirms many Greek stereotypes of foreigners by making Medea wild, overly passionate, and vengeful. When Medea was explaining her intention of killing the royals to the Chorus she said, "I have no city, and I'm being abused by my own husband. I was carried off, a trophy from a barbarian country.
Lady Macbeth’s lust for power was evident as she pushed Macbeth to kill Duncan because she wanted to be queen, but after the deed is done, it is apparent that it has messed with her mind. If it was a common act to sleepwalk and talk in your sleep the gentlewoman would not assume the doctor could prescribe medicine to help. Lastly, it is apparent that Lady Macbeth’s lust for power drove her to insanity when she committed suicide. Macbeth and Seyton heard a scream and Seyton went to check on the cause. After returning he made the statement, “The queen, my lord, is dead.” (Cowther 5:5: 17).
It led Macbeth to kill his friend, Banquo, because he was suspicious of him and he feared he would be an obstacle. Even Macbeth’s wife experienced excessive ambition and is the person who came up with the plan to kill the king and blame it
Macbeth didn’t mind settling as an average general/captain. In fact he had no intentions to be king, but Lady Macbeth would change his mind, saying Duncan doesn’t deserve the crown. Macbeth’s wife was devilish and selfish woman. She wanted to her husband’s ambitions to turn into a desperate act of murder. She knew that Macbeth would do anything to make her happy, but would she really stoop down to this crime of evilness and revenge?
But one of the scenes which stood out was Mack’s death, which showed his fighting spirit even until his last moment. Addy, at that time, wasted on time in shooting Mack to prevent him from turning into one of the zombies. The episode ended with Addy finding Murphy and beating the hell out of him because of everything he put the team