Brontide: The low rumbling of distant thunder

Brontes, Steropes, and Arges: banished to earthy bounds and lands of punishment for eternity

Resentment flourished and the brothers were released for Battle of the Titans Olympian god, Zeus, grateful for the brothers, utilized their blacksmithing extraordinaire  Night bled into days and the brothers crafted Zeus his weapon of choice, the thunderbolt Time passed in wait for the next threat to approach; the brothers faithfully served the gods with their fine quality of weapons and strength In a squall between son of Apollo, Asclepius, and Zeus, thunderbolts decimated his body Deaf with grief, Apollo’s misplaced anger smote the cyclopes Etched forever the cyclopes live in Mount Aetna, an active volcano that smokes as a result of their burning forges.

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