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What about Weeping Angels vs. Ghosts?
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Never seen anyone try to cut of a weeping angels head. Medusa on the other hand...
Weeping angel since they cant really die no matter what. I'm sure medussa gonna have to sleep eventually so once she closes her eye. The weeping angel can get her.
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Weeping Angels because Medusa can only turn things that look her in the eyes to stone. If she looks an Angel in the eye it is already stone, therefore can not be affected.


In the original mythology, it had nothing to do with Medusa's eyes. She was, very simply, so ugly that if you saw her you turned to stone. Note to self: don't make the Greek gods jealous.
Weeping angels totally.......<3 doctor who
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As long as they get her from behind because if they look into her eyes then they could be turned into a statue to stay with all her other statues

Medusa loses, end, stop going on about it. Weeping Angels will win
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If I remember correctly in the original myth when Medusa couldn't make Percuss turn into stone that she tried to kill him. Also the other statues of men who wanted to claim Medusa'a head where maimed so if they came back from stone that they would be already dead so Medusa would probably kill the statue upon finding it from reflex.
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Weeping Angels because Medusa can only turn things that look her in the eyes to stone. If she looks an Angel in the eye it is already stone, therefore can not be affected.


In the original mythology, it had nothing to do with Medusa's eyes. She was, very simply, so ugly that if you saw her you turned to stone. Note to self: don't make the Greek gods jealous.
That doesn't make sense though. How did Perseus watch her in the reflection of his shield?
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Weeping Angels because Medusa can only turn things that look her in the eyes to stone. If she looks an Angel in the eye it is already stone, therefore can not be affected.


In the original mythology, it had nothing to do with Medusa's eyes. She was, very simply, so ugly that if you saw her you turned to stone. Note to self: don't make the Greek gods jealous.
That doesn't make sense though. How did Perseus watch her in the reflection of his shield?


To answer you question the mirror that Percus used was a bit blurry so he couldn't exactly see her face for what it was so he didn't turn into stone!
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Weeping Angels because Medusa can only turn things that look her in the eyes to stone. If she looks an Angel in the eye it is already stone, therefore can not be affected.


In the original mythology, it had nothing to do with Medusa's eyes. She was, very simply, so ugly that if you saw her you turned to stone. Note to self: don't make the Greek gods jealous.
That doesn't make sense though. How did Perseus watch her in the reflection of his shield?


To answer you question the mirror that Percus used was a bit blurry so he couldn't exactly see her face for what it was so he didn't turn into stone!
Ok, that makes more sense.
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Weeping Angels because Medusa can only turn things that look her in the eyes to stone. If she looks an Angel in the eye it is already stone, therefore can not be affected.


In the original mythology, it had nothing to do with Medusa's eyes. She was, very simply, so ugly that if you saw her you turned to stone. Note to self: don't make the Greek gods jealous.
That doesn't make sense though. How did Perseus watch her in the reflection of his shield?


To answer you question the mirror that Percus used was a bit blurry so he couldn't exactly see her face for what it was so he didn't turn into stone!
Ok, that makes more sense.


One good thing about watching doctor who while reading greek myths, some of the stuff on doctor who starts to make more sense.
medusa would look at the weeping angels and think it turned to stone right? then, she would turn around and they would attack her. WEEPING ANGELS WIN. blaugh
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WEEPING ANGLES OMFG I WAS SO SCARED WHEN I SAW THIS EPISODE burning_eyes

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