Medea also told Jason how to ensure that the Spartoi, the warriors born from sown dragon’s teeth, killed each other, rather than Jason; and finally, it was Medea who put the Colchian dragon to sleep ensuring Jason could remove the Golden Fleece from its perch. Medea saw Jason after he arrived from Iolcus to Colchis. When they were nearing the Argo, Medea used her sorcery to kill Apsyrtus, cut him to pieces and splashed them into water. This distracted the king who stopped to gather the pieces of his dead son and consequently, in despair, gave up the chase. When Jason reached early twenties, he decided to come back to Volos to reclaim his kingdom. Birthplace Medea is the goddess of illusion. Jason fell in love with a princess of Corinth and wanted to marry her. Species/Race Medea caused the death of Talos, either by drugging him or hypnotizing him. Heracles gave Medea shelter in Thebes until the citizens got upset and drove her out of town. She was later found by Dante Vale's team and was still active on Madea Island disguised as a human. Jason Left Creusa and his children in the care of Medea but Medea killed them in a fite of jealousy, Jason hands to the Island of Creation, to have an audience with the Sisters of Fate, to get back Creusa and his children. Medea Medea went to Thebes, healing Heracles from his curse. In this battle many had died, even the king himself, before in dawn finally recognising each other and realising their mistake. was known as the wise one for her skill of healing and proficiency at using drugs and herbs. When Jason finally came before Pelias, the king had seen the prophecy of a man with one sandal coming true and in fear decided to gave away his kingdom to this dangerous stranger, on one condition though. The sirens were mythical creatures which sat on rocks, seducing sailors with their irresistible songs. Unfortunately, instead of escaping danger, they were blown right into it when they were suddenly attacked by the Stymphalian Birds. As a boy, Jason was a victim of family quarrel in which his uncle Pelias killed his father Aeson and took the kingdom for himself. However, Alcimede secretly gave birth to Jason and, in despair of getting killed, sent him away into wilderness. She was later found by Dante Vale's team and was still active on Madea Island disguised as a human. Medea is known in most stories as a sorceress and is often depicted as a priestess of the goddess Hecate. When the king fell, the local tribe attacked the Argonauts, trying to avenge their king. On the way to Colchis, they first stopped at the island of Lemnos where they mated with native women who were cursed with awful smell by Aphrodite for not worshiping her.