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Who sent the sea monster to kill Perseus?

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Poseidon did because Perseus was going to kill Medusa which Poseidon fell in love with before she was turned into a monster by Athena when Poseidon made love with Medusa in Athena's temple and that was very rude because Athena is a virgin.Actually Poseidon did not send out a sea monster to kill him a girl name Andromedea got chained to a rock and the sea monster was out to kill her and Perseus saved her by slaying the sea monster, and in the end they got married to each other.

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To save Andromeda, the princess he had fallen in love with.

Perseus only loved and married a woman named Andromeda. He won the right to marry her after he slew the sea monster and freed her from where she was chained - she was to be an offering to a sea monster, sent by Poseidon

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Original Answer: No, she didn't because she couldn't control a sea monster, and she isn't alive because Percy Jackson cut her head of in the first book (the lightning thief). Response: I really hate to flame, but Percy Jackson annoys me SO much. So to the person who made this message: PERCY JACKSON IS F-A-K-E! It's a STORY! Improved Answer: It was only a coincidence that Perseus had to fight Medusa and the sea monster simutaneously. The sea monster was sent by Posiedon to take Andromeda, a princess, away from a king who had defiled him. And even if Medusa had been able to control that sea monster, she had died before Perseus fought the sea monster. Comment: Hope that helps! =D ~Ethan

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