The Naming of Athens - page 3 Picture

"Now wait one minute, I haven't told you why I'm so much like salt. Of course Thebes must know this story by heart now, eh, you hairy simpleton?"

EPILOGUE: Poseidon gets angry and floods Athens. Between gasps for breath Athens promises to dedicate a temple to Po, which he does. Still, as punishment, Poseidon makes fresh water scarce in Athens. He had done the same thing to Argos when he lost him to Hera. XD

I AM SO TIRED OF THIS
IT WAS SO MUCH BETTER IN MY HEAD WHY DIDN'T IT STAY THERE.
Still, that last panel means promises of future comics which will hopefully be done in a clearer style. This was really just an experiment that sort of failed.

THREE MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT
I DON'T WANNA GO TO SCHOOL TOMORROW
AGGHHHH
GOOD NIGHT
I've been playing a lot of Zeus recently. Like I've been totally binging on it, it's that great.
The stupid thing was I've been playing it for nearly a decade and I just noticed it had tutorials. After doing the tutorials I was able to create the most perfect city ever in sandbox mode and now I'm bored because there's nothing left to do with it. You know you've won the game when you're getting letters that say "Sparta loves you!" XDDD

Oh yeah, that's Corinth and Thebes in the bottom corner there. IDK if they needed Athens' olive oil but let's just pretend they were desperate enough to put up with his founding story, which he tells EVERY TIME ANYONE SAYS THE WORD 'OLIVE'.

But it's true, Athens loves olives not because they give him food or warmth but money, which can buy both anyway.
Yes, Po invented ponies- er, horses.

I tried to combine all the variations in this comic: Some people say Cecrops decided, some people say the people of Athens decided, some people say Zeus was involved, some people say Po offered the first horse instead of a salt spring, etc. etc. The great thing about myths is that there is no 'true version', and people have really got to get over that. XD

GOOD NIGHT.
Poseidon, god of the sea
Hephaestus - Vulcan
The Naming of Athens - page 3
Greek Mythology
Hera