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Orion's Police Reports
King Oinopion vs. Orion
Case Description: Complainant (King Oinopion) accuses Defendant (Orion) of rape. King Oinopion of the island of Chios accused Orion of forcing himself on Merope, the king's daughter. Case Status: C...
Orion Commends Hephaestus, Cedalion, and Helios
Case Description: After his blinding, Orion stumbled across the ocean to seek the help of Hephaestus. The god of the forge took pity on him and sent Cedalion to help him find Helios, god of the sun...
Orion vs. King Oinopion
Case Description: Complainant (Orion) accuses Defendant (King Oinopion) of assault. After regaining his sight, Orion returned to Chios to get revenge on the king for the blinding. Case Status: C...
Artemis vs. Gaia
Case Description: Complainant (Artemis) accuses Defendant (Gaia) of murder. Orion started hanging out with Artemis, the goddess of the hunt, on Delos, where they hunted down everything that moved....
Artemis vs. Apollo
Case Description: Complainant (Artemis) accuses Defendant (Apollo) of murder. Apollo became jealous that Orion was hanging out too much with Artemis, Apollo's twin sister. So Apollo tricked Artemis...
Eos vs. Artemis
Case Description: Complainant (Eos) accuses Defendant (Artemis) of murder. Both Eos, goddess of the dawn, and Artemis had a crush on Orion. When Eos carried the giant hunter away, Artemis got jealo...
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