Athena was born into a family of warriors, and from a young age, she was taught the art of combat. Her father recognized her natural talent and encouraged her to train harder than anyone else. And Athena did just that. She would spend hours practicing with her sword, perfecting her form and technique until it was flawless.
As Athena grew older, her skills caught the attention of the people in the kingdom. They marveled at her strength and bravery, and many admired her for her unwavering confidence. Men and women alike looked up to her, and she became a symbol of hope for the people.
But not everyone was happy with Athena's status. The king and his advisors did not approve of a girl acting like a man and being a warrior. They believed that a woman's place was in the home, not on the battlefield. They feared that Athena's actions would set a bad example for other young girls in the kingdom.
The king summoned Athena to-
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