There once lived a boy named Joe who would always forget things he needed to remember. His mother and father would always tell him something he needed to remember but when he went to sleep, Joe would forget it.
One day in the underworld, Hades needed something to do. He was bored and tired down there and there wasn't really any entertainment.
Hades was just about to go to sleep once more, but what he found gave him an idea. The god of the underworld watched Joe as he went to sleep.
“This boy forgets things when he goes to sleep. I've got an idea. Time to be entertained,” Hades told himself.
The god’s idea was that once Joe went to sleep, he would make the boy forget who he was. That way, Hades could make the boy evil and make him a slave of the underworld.
However, in the sky where the gods lived, Apollo, the god of fire heard Hades’ evil plan.
“Hades must be stopped,” Apollo muttered, and with that, off Apollo went into the underworld.
Moments later, Apollo was face to face with Hades. They gave each other stern glances before the two lunged at each other.
Soon, they were rolling around the underworld and attacking each other with special abilities.
Finally, Hades put his hands up in surrender. Apollo walked up to the evil Hades and made a promise that would hopefully last.
That night, little Joe slept well without knowing that he had just been saved by a god.