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“Theseus and the Minotaur” by Antoine-Louis Barye …

(Camino was originally called Chimera, going with the theme used by Phoenix and Minotaur, but it was changed due to trademark reasons, as with Phoenix.)

Minos required that Athens send seven youths and seven maidens every year to feed it (not unlike the sacrifice to the Capitol demanded in books by Suzanne Collins -- although neither the books nor the 2012 movie draw any parallel with the tribute to the Minotaur).

From our work on Myths and Legends. A comprehension including the text of Theseus and The Minotaur.

“Theseus and the Minotaur” by Antoine-Louis Barye

The various theories in and out of universe call it a (or maybe the) minotaur, a personification of the house, or an .

It is said that Ariadne held the thread at edge of the labyrinth waiting for the return of her lover-hence the saying : Ariadne’s clue.
Meanwhile Theseus comes face to face with the minotaur and fights it and kills it with his sword, offers it to Poseidon which Minos had promised but did not do before.

The myth of the minotaur is associated with the myth of the creator of the labyrinth- Daedalus!

Firefox also followed this trend when it was called Firebird, but neither Firefox nor Thunderbird did when they were called Phoenix and Minotaur, respectively, instead going for a mythological theme.

Theseus and the Minotaur - Heraklion Crete

Lately, Kurumu and Mizore arrive just in time to save Kokoa from the Minotaur who previousely hit her and now is going to kill her. They easily defeat him thanks to a special training they attended with during school break. The three of them are now looking for Tsukune and Moka (captured by enemies), but they run into the , a who copies Tsukune's appearence in attempt to trick them and kill them all. However, Kurumu and the others realize he is an impostor, but they can't prevent him to steal Kurumu's appearence too, after putting an hand on her head. His ability in martial arts combined with Kurumu's powers make him very hard to defeat. He's promptly stopped by Tsukune, who's going to turn himself into a Ghoul and beats him up. To create a diversion, the Doppelganger shows Tsukune "his" naked breasts (actually Kurumu's), causing Tsukune a nosebleed and making the real Kurumu feel harassed. Then, the enemy runs into Moka and steals her appearence and her true vampiric powers as well, turning himself into an Inner Moka's copy, until Tsukune removes the real Moka's rosary so she can defeat the criminal once for all.

She readily admits that the characters and plot come from Greek mythology and more specifically, from Theseus and the Minotaur (Margolis 30)....

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