The Maenads show no mercy.
"I don't understand my place in this world." - Jason
Medusa resists siding with the Maenads by plugging her ears, so she cannot be enchanted by their call.
Jason must confront the Maenads, fanatical worshipers of the God Dionysus.
"So your cunning plan to avoid paying your debts is to get yourself killed?" - Pythagoras
Clever, courageous and charming, Medusa is a world away from the infamous snake-haired monster of legend.
A sick old man asks for Jason's help finding his daughter, but Jason is unable to convince the girl to return to Atlantis.
Medusa’s kindness and good humor charms Jason, Pythagoras, and especially Hercules, who is particularly smitten with her charms.
Before she dies, the head of the Maenads places a curse on Medusa in a mysterious language.
Hercules is most definitely better at hiding than he is at running or fighting.