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Malachi had a prototype Unity Arch left in the catacombs, and had been able to make contact
with several other monasteries. He proceeded to tell Athlon what he had been able to learn.

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Agamemnon’s body was made from treble matter. The metal’s molecular signature matched the
treble matter that formed Athlon. Malachi had no explanation for the paradox, but the fact
remained; the Ares Clef existed in both Athlon and Agamemnon.

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Agamemnon had led the griffins in attacks on a dozen other worlds, leaving a swath of death
across the sector. At the same time, Olympus had been buzzing with activity. Inside of an hour,
every major leader on Olympus had been assassinated. The king was first, followed by the entire
House of Gods and House of Goddesses. The Olympic general had been murdered shortly after,
and the King’s lieutenants had been systematically hunted down and killed. Within two days,
Olympus was in chaos.

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On the third day, an Olympus Cruiser had appeared, carrying the impossible. Aboard was a man
claiming to be Zeus, High God of prehistoric Olympus. He had several prisoners that he claimed
were responsible for the terrorist attacks that had left Olympus’ leaders dead. Zeus said that
prophesy had always suggested he would return one day when Olympus’ need was greatest.
The provisional government cast an unanimous vote to reinstate Zeus as High God of Olympus,
the first in over a billon years.

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Zeus militarized Olympus, declaring martial law until any other threats could be identified and
quelled. His prisoners were all ethnic Mesopotamians, and Zeus insisted that the attacks had
been planned and financed by the Mesopotamian government. He ordered all MesopotamianOlympians into camps set up in barren portions of Olympus’ Northern continent.

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Fear was driving the people of Olympus. They obeyed Zeus’ orders, grateful for a strong leader
who could protect them from the sudden dangers the griffins and Mesopotamians represented.
Afraid of continuing terrorist attacks, they gladly gave Zeus unprecedented powers, securing for
him authority over every aspect of Olympus’ government.

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Zeus brought with him twelve lieutenants which he installed in various positions of power
across the kingdom. Zeus declared that he would usher in a new age of prosperity and power for