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We should make a giant wooden horse and hide inside of it to infiltrate Troy
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Ulysses was brainstorming and came up with a plan to infiltrate Troy by building a large wooden horse, getting Greek soldiers and hiding in it, and presenting it to the Trojans as a gift so they will take it into their city where the Greeks will wait to night to exit the horse and attack
Ulysses approached his fellow Greeks with his plan and they decide to set it into motion
It seems to be a peace offering from the Greeks for destroying our statue of Minerva. Let's take down our walls and bring it into the city
The Greeks finish building the horse with the help of Epieus.
THE GREEKS WERE INSIDE THE HORSE OH NO!
Ulysses , Menelaus, Neoptolemus, Thessandrus, Sthenelus, Thoas, Acamas, Machaon, Epeius, and Greek soldiers load into the Trojan horse and prepare to be moved to Troy.
The Greek undercover agent Sinnon tricks and persuades the Trojans that the horse is a symbol of peace and to bring it into the city.
The Greeks wait for the cover of nightfall and then quietly exit the horse to surprise attack the Trojans and destroy their city.
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