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This made Achilles upset and at first he refused because he did not want to lose his best friend, but he also knew that if someone didn't fight, the Trojans would win. So Achilles reluctantly agreed to let Patroclus disguise himself as Achilles.
Patroclus (wearing Achilles armour) had lead the Greeks almost to victory, they had beaten the Trojans back to the gates of Troy. But then Hector, who was a prince of Troy, killed Patroclus thinking he was Achilles.
When Achilles learned that Patroclus had died, he became distraught and upset, but he was also angry. He was angry at the Trojans because they had killed his best friend. Achilles decided to rejoin the Greek army and fight the Trojans.
Achilles then lead an attack on the Trojans. He defeated the Trojans and killed Hector their prince. The Greeks saw this as a victory, and Achilles also saw it as justice for Patroclus.
Years later, during another fight with the Trojans. Achilles would die by the hands of Hector's brother Paris, who had started the war in the first place. Paris had fired an arrow that had been guided by the god Apollo. The arrow then struck Achilles in his heel, his one weakness. This caused Achilles to die. Achilles was then buried in the same place as his best friend Patroclus.
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