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Hercules had 12 labors

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Hercules' cousin, Eurystheus, was the king of Mycenae at the time Hercules was doing his labors. It was Eurystheus who sent Hercules on the labors.


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Hercules was the hero who performed twelve remarkable labors.


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He won't help you until Zeus has stolen your items, go ask him, he will help you.


Hercules was tricked into murdering his wife and children, and the twelve labors were his atonement for their killings.


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The labors of Hercules were set by Eurystheus King of the Tiryns and Mycenae. The labors were a set of 12 extremely difficult, so difficult they were almost impossible, tasks, They were given as a punishment after Hercules killed his wife and children.


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