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1. When his thunderbolt exploded in his face, Jupiter was furious! With a history of practical jokes already committed, he quickly had Castor & Pollux apprehended and confined to the dungeons. But, when he finally went down to confront them, he found that they had escaped their prison cells!
Itching to start a search for Castor & Pollux, Jupiter nevertheless decides to consult with the god of beginnings and passages first. Whom does Jupiter visit?
2. After an unfruitful visit, Jupiter decides that a visual inspection of the dungeons might serve as a better starting point for finding the twins. As it is quite dark down there, Jupiter calls on the god of light for assistance. Who comes to help?
3. With plenty of light to see, Jupiter learns that the locks to Castor & Pollux's cell doors were picked. To determine how that was possible, he decides to speak with the god of metalworking ... so he pays a visit to whom?
4. Nothing special came from examining the lock, so Jupiter turns to the goddess of the hunt in hope of finding the twins' trail. To whom does he go?
5. Sure enough, the twins left tracks behind in their escape. Unfortunately, they only went so far as the shore of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Who is the god of the seas that Jupiter seeks out next for help?
6. Scouring the waters turned up nothing, but the god of the sea did mention to Jupiter that one of his sea monsters had seen the twins fighting together on Isola Palmarola. With nowhere better to turn, Jupiter decides to visit the god of war ... who better to know of fighting? What is this god's name?
7. Arriving on the island with the god of war, it quickly becomes apparent to Jupiter that no blood had been shed. All they find is a wine-stained feather on the ground. As he picks up the clue, Jupiter thinks that the goddess of wisdom must have intervened in the twins' dispute. Which goddess is that?
8. With a clue in hand and an idea in mind, Jupiter dispatches the messenger of the gods to send for his next interviewee in a more formal manner. Who undertakes this errand?
9. Considering that this was the god of wine, Jupiter was surprised that he didn't seem to have much tolerance for his favourite drink. Before long, Jupiter had the information he wanted, straight from the loosened tongue of the god of the vine. Who gave up the culprit?
10. In the end, it seemed obvious to Jupiter. He should have known that it was the god of liberation (amongst other things) that would have seen to Castor & Pollux's freedom. Now only mildly upset, Jupiter keeps the bottle of wine to share with his guest as he next plots his own practical joke. With whom does he share a drink?
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