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Satyrs's Police Reports
Dionysus Commends King Midas
Case Description: Silenus, Dionysus' old drunken satyr buddy, got lost in the woods one day. Luckily, King Midas found the grey-haired satyr before he could stumble off a cliff or something. At Kin...
Apollo vs. Marsyas
Case Description: Complainant (Apollo) accuses Defendant (Marsyas) of impudence. Apollo was deeply offended when the flute-inventing satyr, Marsyas, challenged him to a music contest. The Muses jud...
Argus vs. a Satyr
Case Description: Complainant (Argus) accuses Defendant (a Satyr) of theft. When a satyr went wild and started stealing a bunch of cattle, Argus decided to not take it lying down. Case Status: Case...
Eurydice vs. Aristaeus
Case Description: Complainant (Eurydice) accuses Defendant (Aristaeus) of first degree murder. Eurydice claims that the love-smitten satyr, Aristaeus, was chasing after her just before she stepped...
Hestia vs. Priapus
Case Description: Complainant (Hestia) accuses Defendant (Priapus) of attempted sexual assault. Hestia fell asleep in a patch of grass on Mt. Ida after a big party of the gods. Just then, Priapus,...
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