While Hercules walks on the beach, he is attacked by a bunch of robbers, which he easily chases, and sees a young man and his girl friend chased by their cahoots- suddenly the kid tells them off and is obeyed, to his own surprise. In the fishing village, Hercules learns it's Deon, whose father confides to him is also a half-god, and inherited the now appearing power of unconditional persuasion from his mother Aphrodite, but was never told his ancestry. It turns out the brigand leader is Deon's uncle Karis, who hopes to enlist his divine powers by luring him with luxury for his beloved Sirene. Salmoneus finds to his horror the 'primising' call for his talents is from the local dun mongers, the unspeakably smelly Titus brothers. Deon scorns his father, an honest fisherman, for keeping the truth from him, but soon senses uncle Karis is hardly better, while Hercules tries to make truth and justice triumph against appearances... Written by
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