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17th Mar '17 10:53:28 PM Dvandemon
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** Later in Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus. Percy meets the two other Gorgons, Stheno and Euryale. They can't freeze people though.

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** Later in Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus. Percy meets the two other Gorgons, Stheno and Euryale. They can't freeze people though.though, they're also a little touchy about it so don't bring it up. Apparently they had faded away but were restored by a demigod [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve googling their names]].
** Percy also confronts the forgotten other son Chrysaor, embittered at being ignored in legend, who honors his heritage as a son of her and Poseidon by becoming a fearsome pirate. He wears a golden mask modeled after her face and trounced Percy in combat, [[WakeUpCallBoss hard]].
13th Feb '17 5:33:34 AM ClatoLawa
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* ''Fanfic/PowersOfInvisibility'' has Madusa, an akuma modeled on Medusa, who turns people to stone via EyeBeams.
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11th Feb '17 10:32:24 AM emperors
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** ''VideoGame/LordsOfShadow2'', a reboot, also introduces Medusa's sisters Stheno and Euryale. In this game, they are closer in appearance to their original description in ClassicalMythology, rather than as snake-women.

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** ''VideoGame/LordsOfShadow2'', ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow2'', a reboot, also introduces Medusa's sisters Stheno and Euryale. In this game, they are closer in appearance to their original description in ClassicalMythology, rather than as snake-women.
11th Feb '17 10:31:59 AM emperors
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** ''VideoGame/LordsOfShadow2'', a reboot, also introduces Medusa's sisters Stheno and Euryale. In this game, they are closer in appearance to their original description in ClassicalMythology, rather than as snake-women.
21st Jan '17 7:00:12 AM TrueShadow1
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* Medusa is the main villain in ''Manga/{{Pygmalio}}''. The protagonist Kurt goes on a journey to defeat her after finding out his mother Galatea was turned to stone along with an entire village. Medusa here is described as the greatest of all demons, second only to the GodOfEvil, and has an entire army of demons serving her. In addition to the standard snake hair and petrifyint gaze, she's also gigantic in size. Anyone who drinks her black blood will become a demon himself.
13th Jan '17 8:35:47 PM GhostOfAGeek
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--> -- '''Heather Dale''', ''Medusa''

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--> -- '''Heather Dale''', '''Music/HeatherDale''', ''Medusa''
8th Jan '17 6:25:30 PM nombretomado
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* One of the later ''LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' rooms was Medusa's Lair, where contestants had to properly place snakes into Medusa's head.

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* One of the later ''LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' rooms was Medusa's Lair, where contestants had to properly place snakes into Medusa's head.
6th Jan '17 11:19:16 AM Prometheus117
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' features the actual Medusa (or, more precisely, her Heroic Spirit, i.e. superpowered ghost) as the Servant [[spoiler:Rider]]. While her eyes still turn people into stone, her "snake hair" is explained to be a negative exaggeration of her [[RapunzelHair really long and luxurious hair]].

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' features the actual Medusa (or, more precisely, her Heroic Spirit, i.e. superpowered ghost) as the Servant [[spoiler:Rider]]. While her eyes still turn people into stone, her "snake hair" is explained to be a negative exaggeration of her [[RapunzelHair really long and luxurious hair]].hair]]...however, it turns out it would be more accurate to call this Medusa as the one ''before'' she became a monster. One summonable version of her in ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' (specifically summoning her as the Gorgon of legend) ''does'' have the snakes for hair and all versions of her can apparently shift to [[SuperPoweredEvilSide the monster she eventually became at the end of her life at the cost of her sanity]], which can only be described as a [[EldritchAbomination giant monster made of snakes that can shoot lasers from its single eye]].
9th Dec '16 10:57:36 AM allium
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* In ''{{TabletopGame/Pathfinder}}'', Medusas are rather tragic, as they are not innately evil, but rather are driven to pursue their dark desires out of spite, scornful of those who shun them for their curse. They can mate with any race capable of reproduction with humans, although their children are always female and always bear their curse. They also have literal hearts of stone that are constantly petrifying and un-petrifying themselves, and the places they live [[WalkingWasteland tend to be blighted]] because their petrifying gaze indiscriminately wipes out pollinators (such as birds and insects).

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* In ''{{TabletopGame/Pathfinder}}'', Medusas are rather tragic, as they are not innately evil, but rather are driven to pursue their dark desires out of spite, scornful of those who shun them for their curse. They can mate with any race capable of reproduction with humans, although their children are always female and always bear their curse. They also have literal hearts of stone that are constantly petrifying and un-petrifying themselves, and the places they live [[WalkingWasteland tend to be blighted]] because their petrifying gaze indiscriminately wipes out the local wildlife (including pollinators (such such as birds and insects).
9th Dec '16 10:55:46 AM allium
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* In ''{{TabletopGame/Pathfinder}}'', Medusas are rather tragic, as they are not innately evil, but rather are driven to pursue their dark desires out of spite, scornful of those who shun them for their curse. They can mate with any race capable of reproduction with humans, although their children are always female and always bear their curse. They also have literal hearts of stone that are constantly petrifying and un-petrifying themselves.

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* In ''{{TabletopGame/Pathfinder}}'', Medusas are rather tragic, as they are not innately evil, but rather are driven to pursue their dark desires out of spite, scornful of those who shun them for their curse. They can mate with any race capable of reproduction with humans, although their children are always female and always bear their curse. They also have literal hearts of stone that are constantly petrifying and un-petrifying themselves. themselves, and the places they live [[WalkingWasteland tend to be blighted]] because their petrifying gaze indiscriminately wipes out pollinators (such as birds and insects).
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