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When her spell is countered with Stein's Witch-Hunt , she takes the opportunity to retrieve Crona with her Light Serpent , but not before complimenting their Soul Resonance attack.
She then escapes with Crona on hand. She later reappears in her nurse guise, requesting Maka assist her in getting a love-struck Spirit off of her leg, causing the latter to be Maka Chopped.
Hearing Maka blame herself for what happened to Soul, Medusa "reassures" the young Meister that she'll get stronger.
After Soul has one of his nightmares and he screams out, both Maka — and, moments later, Medusa — arrive. She muses in her head that some of Ragnarok's Black Blood mixed into Soul's own, now finding him an interesting research subject.
At some point in time, Medusa snuck her way into Maba 's room to steal the key to the cell door of the Man with the Demon Eye and unknown to her, was caught by Eruka Frog.
As the mass ends and she leaves with Crona and Ragnarok, she is stopped by the likes of Eruka Frog and a member of the Mizune family and questions on her intents and purposes as well as inform Medusa they're aware of her sneaking into Maba's room.
Medusa quickly shuts them up, secretly implanting a Light Serpent and some of her Snakes into both of them before leaving, chiming in the fact the school nurse can't be late.
Later, Medusa is caring for Soul Eater, who recounts his dream experiences and shares them with the nurse as he talks about the Black Room as well as the Little Ogre present.
Medusa is surprised, noting the Black Blood having an actual effect but actually tells Soul there's nothing to worry about and that having the same dream often is common.
She also notes that his recovery is coming along fine. Medusa deduces that the scar is what is causing the awkwardness. As she walks down a alleyway in Death City, feeling the infiltration of DWMA is worth her efforts and desiring to test Soul's capabilities, she runs into Eruka and Mizune once more.
The frog Witch proclaims they're here to kill her. Although she advises that even with Soul Protect, young Meisters can recognize a Witch by appearance, Eruka retorts her "concern" with the fact both of them employ Transformation Magic and can use that to escape, a capability Medusa herself notably doesn't possess and plan to use the Soul Protect limitations to their advantage and should she drop it, she'd be outed as a Witch.
Cancelling their own Soul Protect, they prepare to kill Medusa. However, having anticipated their eventual altercation, she has one of her Light Serpents she implanted inside them earlier kill Mizune while explaining to Eruka they're Magic Lifeforms and are automatic.
Preparing to kill Eruka, she is interrupted by Stein and Maka's speedy reaction, with Eruka escaping. Faking the fact she "sensed" two Witches along with Stein and Maka, she supports the claim from Maka insinuating the "Witch" who "hurt" Soul was present, although Stein quickly rebuffs that notion much to her dismay, but expresses gratitude the school nurse wasn't hurt.
Tracking down Eruka with one of her Snakes sending a signal of her location to Medusa, she tasks the Witch with the releasing of the "Man with the Demon Eye", the man who plucked out Queen Maba's eye out despite the consequences with Medusa threatening her life all the while her feet grovels Eruka in her frog form.
With Eruka relunctantly accepting and transforming back as she labels her intentions carefully, Medusa comically orders her to turn back into a frog, remarking her grovelling in her human form doesn't feel as good as her frog form.
Free offers to help Medusa. Congratulating Eruka, Medusa informs her that she will remove a Snake for every task she's done, much to the frog's displeasure.
Introducing herself to the Demon Eye Man, she seemingly agrees to call him "Free" instead — though she wonders if he could consider himself free with her intentions.
She then asks him to eliminate a Meister and Weapon duo, with the Werewolf accepting her request.
Medusa is curious as to how Soul's Black Blood will respond,  watching as both Maka and Soul are able to achieve Soul Resonance despite their initial inability during their battle with Free.
Medusa notes the Black Blood beginning to take effect as well as its capabilty for causing the Weapon affected to eat away at the Meister's very mind.
Giving her medical opinion of Maka's blood, Medusa claims that her blood was black because of it drying, although she saw Maka cough up Black Blood.
Medusa gives her a pill which secretly speeds up the effects of the Black Blood. She then asks about Soul's wellbeing and speaks of the dreams involving an Ogre , an occurance unknown to Maka.
When questioned, she claimed he insisted on talking about it. Maka then leaves angrily, with Medusa being amused by her irritation. She then looks for the files on Maka, only to be surprised by their absence.
Stein intervenes, questioning Medusa's "worry" about Soul and Maka. The witch states that a lot had happened to them recently, while cursing at him internally.
When Stein questions Medusa on Maka's perscription, she claims it is a personal herbal medicine that improves circulation and pulse, which it is in a way.
This is while contemplating killing him and wondering how much he knows. Medusa says that she is crazy about herbs and couldn't just do nothing for Maka and Soul.
When he insinuates she's a witch, she has a moment of killing intent but instead claims calling her such is harassment based on her appearence.
Medusa is ecstatic, proclaiming she's been waiting for the day in particular to launch her move. Informed by Eruka of their arrival later during the DWMA's Anniversary Eve via her Snakes, she instructs them to await at a location and wait for her signal, though is interrupted by a seemingly drunken Stein wanting to dance, much to her embarrassment.
Stein later questions Medusa, revealing he had sent Sid to her laboratory in Libya, deducing her to be a Witch.
Though Medusa buffs accusations with claims he's drunk, he reveals he wasn't to begin with and further deduces she is interested in the Kishin under the DWMA.
Angered, she expresses intent to kill him if Death wasn't in the same room. She confirms his conclusions, claiming the Kishin's power is evolution itself and the DWMA hinders it and "maintains the status quo", with her intentions to undo the DWMA's effort.
She then tries swaying Stein to come to her side, nearly kissing him. However, Sid interrupts and Medusa makes uses of the diversion, assisting Free with creating a Independent Cube with the Magic Calculation spell along with Eruka.
Expressing the group having little idle time, Crona appears with the Mizune Family, trusting them to destroy Death City as her group then moves to resurrect the Kishin underground.
Sign In Don't have an account? Contents [ show ]. Medousa], and the bag floated about it, a wonder to look at, done in silver, but the shining tassels fluttered, and they were gold, and the temples of the lord Perseus were hooded over by the war-cap of Haides, which confers terrible darkness.
The son of Danae, Perseus himself, sped onward like one who goes in haste or terror, as meanwhile the rest of the Gorgones Gorgons tumbled along behind him, unapproachable, indescribable, straining to catch and grab him, and on the green of the steel surface gibbered the sound of their feet on the shield running with a sharp high noise, and on the belts of the Gorgones a pair of snakes were suspended, but they reared and bent their heads forward and flickered with their tongues.
The teeth for their rage were made jagged and their staring fierce, and over the dreaded heads of the Gorgones was great Panic shivering.
Pindar, Pythian Ode Conway Greek lyric C5th B. Pindar, Olympian Ode Aeschylus, Phorcides lost play Greek tragedy C5th B.
The Phorcides was the second of a trilogy of plays describing the story of Perseus. The plot revolved around Perseus' quest for the head of Medousa Medusa.
The Graiai Graeae , sisters of the Gorgones, formed the chorus. Aeschylus, Fragment Phorcides from Athenaeus, Deipnosophists ix.
Euripides, Alcestis ff trans. Vellacott Greek tragedy C5th B. There, I stretch it out, as if I were cutting off a Gorgo's head.
These Nymphai had in their possession winged sandals and the kibisis , which they say was a knapsack. Pindar and Hesiod in the Shield of Herakles , describe Perseus as follows: They also had the helmet of Hades.
Approaching the Nymphai Nymphs he received what he had come for, and he flung on the kibisis , tied the sandals on his ankles, and placed the helmet on his head.
With the helmet on he could see whomever he cared to look at, but was invisible to others. He also received from Hermes a sickle made of adamant.
Perseus took flight and made his way to Okeanos Oceanus , where he found the Gorgones Gorgons sleeping. Their names were Stheno, Euryale and the third was Medousa Medusa , the only mortal one: The Gorgones' heads were entwined with the horny scales of serpents, and they had big tusks like hogs, bronze hands, and wings of gold on which they flew.
All who looked at them were turned to stone. Perseus, therefore, with Athene guiding his hand, kept his eyes on the reflection in a bronze shield as he stood over the sleeping Gorgones, and when he saw the image of Medousa, he beheaded her.
As soon as her head was severed there leaped from her body the winged horse Pegasos Pegasus and Khrysaor Chrysaor the father of Geryon.
The father of these two was Poseidon. Perseus then placed the head in the kibisis and headed back again, as the Gorgones pursued him through the air.
But the helmet kept him hidden, and made it impossible for them to identify him. Athena placed the Gorgo's head in the center of her shield.
It is affirmed by some that Medousa was beheaded because of Athene, for they say the Gorgon had been willing to be compared with Athene in beauty.
Lycophron, Alexandra ff trans. Mair Greek poet C3rd B. Fashioning men as statues from top to toe he shall envelope them in stone--he that stole the lamp of his three wandering guides.
Quintus Smyrnaeus, Fall of Troy Jones Greek geographer C1st B. Pausanias, Description of Greece 1. Jones Greek travelogue C2nd A.
Pausanias, Description of Greece 2. I omit the miraculous, but give the rational parts of the story about her. After the death of her father, Phorkys Phorcys , she reigned over those living around Lake Tritonis, going out hunting and leading the Libyans to battle.
On one such occasion, when she was encamped with an army over against the forces of Perseus, who was followed by picked troops from the Peloponnesos, she was assassinated by night.
Perseus, admiring her beauty even in death, cut off her head and carried it to show the Greeks. But Prokles Procles , the son of Eukrates Eucrates , a Carthaginian, thought a different account more plausible that the preceding.
It is as follows. Among the incredible monsters to be found in the Libyan desert are wild men and wild women. Prokles affirmed that he had seen a man from them who had been brought to Rome.
So he guessed that a woman from them, reached Lake Tritonis, and harried the neighbours until Perseus killed her; Athena was supposed to have helped him in this exploit, because the people who live around Lake Tritonis are sacred to her.
Pausanias, Description of Greece 3. Pausanias, Description of Greece 5. Only Perseus has his name inscribed on him. Diodorus Siculus, Library of History 3.
Oldfather Greek historian C1st B. Furthermore, the manly prowess of those of whom we are now about to write presupposes an amazing pre-eminence when compared with the nature of the women of our day.
Diodorus then goes on to describe a legendary tribe of Libyan Amazon-women. He is said, too, to have received from Vulcanus [Hephaistos Hephaestus ] a knife made of adamant, with which he killed Medusa the Gorgon.
The deed itself no one has described. But as Aeschylus, the writer of tragedies, says in his Phorcides, the Graeae were guardians of the Gorgones.
We wrote about them in the first book of the Genealogiae. They are thought to have had but one eye among them, and thus to have kept guard, watch one taking it in her turn.
This eye Perseus snatches, as one was passing it to another, and threw is in Lake Tritonis. So, when the guards were blinded, he easily killed the Gorgon when she was overcome with sleep.
Minerva [Athena] is said to have the head on her breastplate. Euhemerus [Greek writer C3rd B. But he, he said, looked at her ghastly head reflected in the bright bronze of the shield in his left hand, and while deep sleep held fast Medusa and her snakes, he severed it clean from her neck; and from their mother's blood swift-flying Pegasus and his brother sprang.
Goold Roman elegy C1st B. Mozley Roman epic C1st A. Rouse Greek epic C5th A. He crept up on tiptoe, keeping his footfall noiseless, and with hollowed hand and robber's fist caught the roving eye of Phorkys' Phorcys' unsleeping daughter [the Graiai], then shore off the snaky swathe of one Medousa Medusa , while her womb was still burdened and swollen with young, still in foal of Pegasos Pegasus ; what good if the sickle played the part of childbirth Eileithyia, and reaped the neck of the pregnant Gorgon, firstfruits of a horsebreeding neck?
There was no battle when swiftshoe Perseus lifted the lifeless token of victory, the snaky sheaf of Gorgon hair, relics of the head dripping drops of blood, gently wheezing a half-heard hiss through the severed throats.
Perseus fled with flickering wings trembling at the hiss of mad Sthenno's hairy snakes, although he bore the cap of Haides and the sickle of Pallas [Athena], with Hermes' wings though Zeus was his father; he sailed a fugitive on swiftest shoes, listening for no trumpet but Euryale's bellowing--having despoiled a little Libyan hole!
Have you had the task of Perseus? Have you seen the eye of Sthenno which turns all to stone, or the bellowing invincible throat of Euryale herself?
Have you seen the tresses of viperhair Medousa Medusa , and have the open mouths of her tangled serpents run round you?
Akrisios' Acrisius' daughter [Danae] bore the Gorgonslayer, a son worthy of my Zeus, for winged Perseus did not throw down my [Athena's] sickle, and he thanked Hermeias [Hermes] for lending his shoes.
He had taken the travelling eye of Phorkys' Phorcys' old one-eyed daughter unsleeping [the Graia Graea ]; he dived into the dangerous cave [of the Gorgones], reaped the hissing harvest by the rockside, the firstfruits of curling hair, sliced the Gorgon's teeming throat and stained his sickle red.
He cut off the head and bathed a bloodstained in the viperish dew; then as Medousa Medusa was slain, the neck was delivered of its twin birth, the Horse [Pegasos] and the Boy [Khrysaor Chrysaor ] with the golden sword.
If by any chance, they manage to deepen the bonds with each other However, one should nonetheless realize that Gorgon is a diverging existence with a different standpoint from humans.
Both her affection and her love————are not meant for kinship with humans. Gorgon can perform adjacent attacks by means of her hooked claws and mid-ranged attacks by means of her hair feelers that had turned into snakes.
Long-ranged attacks by means of an intense magical energy light is also possible. A Skill that considerably strengthens one's abilities as a Servant by emphasizing a fact from the past.
Gorgon can bestow fear, continuous Defense Down, momentary Large Defense Down, curse and other conditions on all enemies. Gorgon has possession of Mystic Eyes of the highest level, " Cybele ".
However, it is normally in a sealed condition. Lethal poison from her veins can be made into elixirs that could revive the dead, and her blood that were spilled can turn into poisonous snakes.
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