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Enceladus.
In Greek mythology, Enceladus was one of the Gigantes.
During the battle between the Gigantes and the Olympian gods, Enceladus was buried on the island of Sicily, under Mount Etna by the goddess Athena.
The volcanic fires of Etna were said to be the breath of Enceladus, and its tremors to be caused by him rolling his injured side beneath the mountain. In Greece, an earthquake is still often called a "strike of Enceladus".
Arachne I pack
Weighing of the Hemispheres
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R: facing the giant