Chapter 6, Page 29

selecthumor on May 3, 2013

@Banes (Chapter 6, Page 28): thank you
@Kou the Mad (Chapter 6, Page 28): Thetis betrayed him. That's reason enough for any other Olympian to spite her with endless suffering. It's made worse that he loved her. However, Hephaestus' love for her is more powerful than what natural cruelty Hera's lineage could bestow to him, at least for the moment
@man in black (Chapter 6, Page 28): thank you
@KingZombie999 (Chapter 6, Page 28): perhaps one day
@Spikes (Chapter 6, Page 28): well put though