"I'm really a son of an Olympian." Is the first thing that came inside of Alfie's head.

The fact that he is now standing in front of a God was something he can't really explain. He has mixed emotions. He was shocked, confused and angry at the same time, he can't really tell.

"I know you're shocked but hear me out. I, Hephaestus, God of fire and the forge is your father. It's a surprise, I know, since you grew up believing that Richard was your father. However, this is the truth, I am your father, and you are a demigod. Now, what is your first question? Remember that we only have a few minutes to talk." The God says.

And with a wave of his hand, a stone bench appeared behind them. Hephaestus then walked towards the bench with him dragging his right leg with him. Alfie then remembered the tragic story of Hephaestus. He is the son of Hera, but when the queen saw the ugliness of him, she threw him out of Olympus, causing his right leg to deform and will never turn back to normal again. He
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