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  • Kill him.   We can't have him destroy Troy.
  • One night before Paris was born, his mother, Queen Hecuba, was cursed with terrible dreams.  
  • She had given birth to a flaming torch.  The flaming torch ended up burning down Troy. 
  •  Grrr...
  • Once Hecuba told King Priam, he ordered his servant, Agelaos,  to  kill his son and bring back his  tongue  as proof of his death.
  • Agelaos obeyed his king and took Paris away.   However, Paris was a beautiful  baby and  Agelaos  could not kill him. 
  •  So instead  Agelaos left him on the mountain. But the next day he was alive. A family of bears had cared for him.   Agelaos thought this was a sign from the gods. 
  •   So instead of killing him he raised him as his own. Agelaos  brought King Priam the tongue of a wild dog. He taught Paris hunting and life skills.
  •   Take the arrow and aim it there.
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