He didn't do it for altruistic motives, though; eventually, Xanatos and the clan of gargoyles became enemies.
Later, Anansi finds a beautiful light in the forest and decides to give it to the son who saved him, but which son of six deserves the prize?
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This animated African folk tale features the trickster character Anansi, a spider with human qualities.
When Anansi goes on a voyage and falls into trouble, his six sons come to his rescue.
spans fantasy and science-fiction genres, and its plot would eventually involve magic, robots, The Illuminati, god-like fairies, numerous characters straight out of Shakespearean plays, and much more. The show is also famous for the intricacy of its villains and plots.
Very few are Card Carrying Villains; in particular, the charismatic and manipulative nature of Xanatos is why the Xanatos Gambit was named after him.
(This is NOT the paperback novel.)Title (italicize): Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti Author: Gerald Mc Dermott Illustrator (if separate from author): Gerald Mc Dermott Genre: Non-European Folktale Theme(s): Opening line/sentence (type directly from text): "Anansi.
He is "spider" the Ashanti people."Brief Book Summary (2-3 sentences in your own words): The book describes a famous folktale from the Ashanti people about a spider named Anansi who runs into some trouble with Fish and Falcon and needs help.
However, the second review seems like a rushed through review.