The next installment in the series (links to the first two installments are at the end of this article) :
Zeus: I have taken care of that troublemaker Prometheus. Bwah-hah-hah!
Kratos: Hey, Bia, bring him over here.
Bia: OK Prometheus, there’s where we’re going to chain you to the rock.
Prometheus: Ow! I’m coming, Bia, no need to be violent!
Bia: Well, actually I AM the god of violence.
Prometheus: I know, I know. And your friend Kratos there is the god of might and force.
Kratos: So naturally we’re going to push you around.
Bia: Besides, you stole fire from Zeus. You’ve got to expect to be treated roughly.
Hephaestus: Well, sorry Prometheus, old buddy, now I’ve got to chain you to this rock.
Prometheus: I know, I know, so an eagle can peck at my belly.
Hephaestus: Zeus was really annoyed that you stole the fire from my forge and gave it to those humans.
Prometheus: What else could I do? They were so defenseless that a possum ate one for lunch.
Hephaestus [hammering in front of himself]: Fortunately, since you’re a god, even though the eagle pecks at your belly, you’ll heal overnight.
Bia: Hurry up, let’s get this done.
Kratos: Yeah, let’s get a move on, Hephaestus.
Hephaestus: Now we can go. ‘Bye Prometheus!
Prometheus: So here I am, chained to a cliff in the Caucasus Mountains. As the god of foresight, I can see into the future. [concentrates for a moment] Hm. Eventually, I will get rescued.
Prometheus: Ow! Get off, you stupid bird.
Oceanus: Hi, Prometheus. Even though I’m the god of the oceans, I thought I’d visit you here in the mountains. How’s it going?
Prometheus: Well, Oceanus, it’s boring, except of course when the eagle comes and pecks at my belly.
Oceanus: You know, I’m one of the older gods. I could go to Zeus and see if I can get your sentence lightened.
Prometheus: No thanks. Even if I got in trouble with Zeus, it was worth it. Fire has helped the humans learn new arts and sciences.
Oceanus: It sounds like you actually want to take responsibility for your actions.
Prometheus: I am proud of stealing fire for the humans. So I’ll just have to wait here until Hercules comes along and frees me.
Zeus: That should settle Prometheus for a long time. Bwah-hah-hah!
In case you missed the earlier segments of this: