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Prometheus was a son of the Titan Iapetus by Clymene, one of the Oceanids. Prometheus challenged Zeus's omniscience and omnipotence through a series of deceptions. In the trick at Mekone, a sacrificial meal marking the "settling of accounts" between mortals and immortals, Prometheus played a trick against Zeus. He placed two sacrificial offerings before the Olympian: a selection of beef hidden inside an ox's stomach (nourishment hidden inside a displeasing exterior), and the bull's bones wrapped completely in "glistening fat" (something inedible hidden inside a pleasing exterior). Zeus chose the latter, setting a precedent for future sacrifices.
Henceforth, humans would keep that meat for themselves and burn the bones wrapped in fat as an offering to the gods. This angered Zeus, who hid fire from humans in retribution. Prometheus, however, stole fire back in a giant fennel-stalk and restored it to humanity. This further enraged Zeus, who condemned Prometheus to eternal punishment. Prometheus was chained to a rock in the Caucasus, Kazbek Mountain, where his liver is eaten daily by an eagle, only to be regenerated by night, due to his immortality. Years later, the Greek hero Hercules slays the eagle and frees Prometheus from the eagle's torment.
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When Prometheus draws item cards (other than starting items), one enemy (opponent's choice) gains a Spite Token. A Spite Token may be discarded to change the result of a hit or damage challenge against Prometheus to Amaze. Prometheus can only be imprisoned, not killed, by an attack that uses a Spite Token. (-10 survival)
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