Mythology Decoder

Guess each short mythology-related answer. Then combine the first letters of each answer to make a quote from Joseph Campbell's The Power of Myth.
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Hint
Answer
M
Wizard who aged backwards
Merlin
Y
The Nordic world tree
Yggdrasil
T
A gift during the Trojan war
Trojan Horse
H
He terrified Sleepy Hollow
Headless Horseman
S
Charbydis's counterpart
Scylla
A
His heel was his fatal flaw
Achilles
R
Rogue of Sherwood Forest
Robin Hood
E
Colombian city of gold
El Dorado
N
Greek goddess of victory
Nike
O
Where the Greek gods live
Olympus
T
Norse god that wields Mjölnir
Thor
I
Fire Jinn from Arabian folklore
Ifrit
N
Roman god of the sea
Neptune
V
Where Valkyries live
Valhalla
E
King Arthur's sword
Excalibur
N
Nature spirit, like the Nereids
Nymph
T
Monster that lives under bridges
Troll
 
Hint
Answer
E
Greek fields of paradise
Elysium
D
Roman goddess of the hunt
Diana
T
Pit where the Titans were imprisoned
Tartarus
H
Strongman that completed 12 labors
Hercules
E
Two or three-headed giant
Ettin
Y
What the Abominable Snowman is
Yeti
A
Greek god of war
Ares
R
Ancient Egyptian sun god
Ra
E
The Greek version of Cupid
Eros
F
German who sold his soul to the Devil
Faust
O
Norse god of knowledge and royalty
Odin
U
Magical horse with a shining horn
Unicorn
N
Serpent deities in Hindu & Buddhist mythology;
Voldemort's snake was named for them
Naga
D
Fiend, devil or other malevolent being
Demon
 
 
 
Quote
Myths are not invented; they are found.
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Level 34
Nov 27, 2020
Just a pitty I've only seen Ifrit spelled Efrit