How to Escape Medusa

Steps to surviving the mythical greek creature, Medusa.


Medusa was one of the three sisters, the Gorgons, once a beautiful maiden. Medusa had an affair with Poseidon and they decided to meet in Athena's temple. Athena turned her into a monster with snakes for hair and can turn any mortal into stone whenever they stare into her eyes. Perseus later cut off her head and mounted it on Athena's shield, the Aegis.

Step 1: Do not stare directly into Medusa's eyes

Medusa is known for turning mortals into stone. The temptation of looking into Medusa's eyes is the cause for many mortal deaths. Keep your eyes closed or stare into a reflection.

Step 2: Beware of snakes

Medusa's snakes are quite venomous. One bite from these serpents can kill you in an instant. Even when her head is decapitated, the snakes are still alive.

Step 3: Always Be aware

Medusa might sneak up on you if you are distracted. Always be on your guard and avoid running into Medusa.

STEP 4: Don't fall under peer pressure

Once Medusa catches you, she'll try to convince you to stare into her eyes. Keep your eyes closed and don't let your emotions and curiosity get the best of you.

step 5: Catch her off guard

Medusa can not turn you into stone while looking at her through a reflection. The best way to kill Medusa is to catch her off guard or while she is sleeping. In order to kill Medusa, you decapitate her head from her body. She can turn people to stone even after her head is decapitated.

Strengths and Weaknesses


Medusa is vigorous in persuasion. She can easily convince her victims to stare into her eyes. Medusa's snakes help keep Medusa more aware of her surroundings.


Medusa can not turn you to stone by looking at her reflection. The most easiest way to kill Medusa, is in her sleep.


Medusa was one of the most menacing creatures of Greek Mythology. Disrespecting Athena, Medusa was turned into a hideous creature with snakes for hair. Her eyes could turn any mortal to stone.