Well, since it's fairly obvious nobody will post until I continue...
After a long, treacherous road, Seth found himself at the entrance to the Spartan warcamp. It had been a long journey, and Seth was weary with fatigue. Ares had come to him several more times, making him stronger, faster, and teaching Seth how to effectively wield two weapons. And yet, it almost wasn't enough. Seth had almost died battling through ancient ruins plagued with the undead. Seth took out a Health Potion he had been given from a merchant, and drank it. Instantly he felt re-energized and he strode into the camp. It did not take long to find General Leonidas, but he was stopped by a Captain. "Hold it there, no civilian gets to see Leonidas uninvited." Seth turned to the Spartan, and tried to explain Diomedes' predicament, but the Captain still wouldn't let him pass. "However," he said, "We've been having troubles with a Centaur at the Northern end of the valley. Normally we would send warriors, but they're too busy defending the camp. If you killed it, perhaps I could get you an audiance with the general." Seth sighed, agreed to his terms, and strode away. After Re-awakening the Rebirth Fountain and the Portal, Seth sat down and rested.
It had been a weary road, even for a true warrior. Seth had faced countless monsters, demons, and the undead trying to get to Sparta. Seth also felt some feelings of anger, as many were relying completely on him for assistance. A sheperd who'd been kidnapped. A lumber mill owner who's house was burning. A man whose road was blocked. A father who had lost his daughter's dowry. And now Spartans who couldn't kill anything. Suddenly, Ares stood in front of him. "During times of need," the god whispered, "the weak will rely on the strong." Then he was gone. Seth stood up, dusted himself off, and proceded to the North. On his way out, he passed a distraught Spartan. Seth asked him what was wrong, and the man said, "An old warrior, Hippias, has gone missing. He's a father figure to me, and I fear that the worst has happened." Seth nodded and exited the camp.
Seth went Northeast, killing some birds along the way. Then he heard a Satyr Guardian grunting. Seth hid behind a rock, drew his weapons, and jumped out to kill the monster. He was shocked, to say the least, to see an old man with a spear sitting on a rock. The ground around him was covered with dead satyrs. Seth shook his head, realizing that this was probably Hippias. He moved onward. Up ahead, he saw a couple centaurs. Seth stood there a moment, looking at them in awe. He had heard of such creatures from his father, but had never actually seen them. One carried a spear and the other a bow. Seth flinched, remembering the Skeleton Archers that had given him a lot of grief in the ruins. Then he took a deep breath and charged. The centaurs died within seconds. Seth was astonished at how easily they fell. Seth killed the boars that were in the area and proceded West.
Seth moved along a cliff until he heard a horse. He froze, sidled up to the cliff, and looked around the corner. There, only 50 feet away, was another centaur. But this Centaur wielded an axe and a shield, white skin, and long, blonde hair. Seth mustered up his courage, rounded the corner and charge. The centaur spotted him, and blew on a horn. Soon, Seth was surrounded. Seth bellowed a mighty battle cry, and swung his weapons. All fell until the leader was left standing. Seth engaged him in hand-to-hand combat. The centaur's axe drew deep wounds, but Seth called upon the power to Ignore Pain. His weapons often deflected off of the centaur's shield, but Seth refused to give in. Then, his sword sliced the beast's throat. The centaur fell on its knees, clutching its throat. "I, Nessus, greatest of centaurs, defeated by this kid? This is madness!" Then, suddenly, uncontrollably, Seth shouted, "Madness? THIS. IS. SPARTA!" And he brought his axe down on Nessus's skull.