Hecuba's Dream

Hecuba's Dream

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  • I just had a terrible dream. Paris is going to be a flaming torch.
  • I must go ask the prophets
  • Oh okay
  • You must kill the baby at birth.
  • I will King Priam.
  • Can you kill him and bring me back his tongue.
  • Queen Hecuba (the queen of troy) has just been cursed with terrible dreams that her son is going to be a torch and burn down the city of troy. King Priam (her husband; king of troy) is going to go talk to the prophets.
  • I can't kill you. I will just leave you with these bears.
  • The prophets ordered that Hecuba's son has to be killed. King Priam is distraught at the thought of killing his son.
  • Oh my you are not dead. I shall just kill this wolf and take the tongue. Then you will become my child.
  • King Priam has asked his chief herdsman Agelaos to kill Paris and bring back his tongue. Agelaos says yes to King Priam.
  • I am so happy Troy will not burn down.
  • Thank you so much for killing my son.
  • Agelaos can't kill Paris so he chose to leave Paris on the slopes of the mountain and with the bears so he can die. Then Agelaos will cut off his tongue.
  • Agelaos comes to the cliff to cut off Paris' tongue and he finds him still alive. Since Agelaos realizes that this is a sign from the gods so, Agelaos decides to just go kill a wolf and cut off his tongue for the king. Agelaos decides to keep Paris as his child.
  • Agelaos brings back the wolf's tongue. King Priam and Queen Hecuba thanked Agelaos. And Paris was forever Agelaos' son. Paris grew up to be a magnificent boy.
  • Your welcome King Priam and Queen Hecuba.
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