As Jason steps off the Argo after driving off a spontaneous Dionysus romp, a devout citizen asks him the question he's been mentally preparing for since he vanquished Poseidon: "Are you a god?" He ponders his decision one final time. Yes, it is the best path to take. "What is a god? A being of great power who demands worship. Our gods are arbitrary and fickle, but powerful nonetheless. I, too, am powerful. However, I do not demand worship. What I demand is justice. I wish to see our people freed from the yoke of cruel and indifferent beings. I suppose if I had to describe myself in a word, it would be "titan." Strong like a god, but not unworthy of the position. I hope to continue to prove this in my defense of the Empire. The Olympians will be made to understand that they are not our masters any longer." (Practically, confirm godhood by a different name.) ----- A brave young scientist from Athens, conveniently named Theseus, was placed in charge of the autopsy of Poseidon. After performing the necessary rituals that were practically made up on the spot, he entered with a small team and braved the horrors of the belly of a god. After being separated from his increasingly smaller team, he came across a chamber containing what appeared to be a minor Olympian - unlike Poseidon, it was bipedal and had horns like a bull. Full of curiosity and awe, Theseus climbed onto this minion of Poseidon and very scientifically started poking it.