Siege of Troy Alex Pattullo
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I can't hear you. I am too angry that my slave girl has been taken from me. I am sulking and will not fight.
Achilles, the Trojans are beating us and we are in great danger, You must come back to fight and defend us.
The Trojans attack the ships of the Greeks and burn them.
Dear friend Patroclus, I am still angry. I won't fight. You can take my armour if you must fight.
Achilles, now the Trojans are burning the ships, you must stop being angry and help your friends!
So Patroclus dresses up in Achilles' armour and leads the Greeks to fight against the Trojans.
The Trojans see Patroclus in Achilles' armour and are terrified thinking the Greek's greatest fighter has returned to the battle. They flee and Patroclus kills many of them.
Hector, the bravest Trojan stays to fight Patroclus and Hector kills him with a spear through his stomach.
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