I'm going to kill them. Every last one! I'll be known as the greatest warrior of them all!
I don't want to be a slave!
Just let me kill Hector!
You stand no chance against a God.
Patroclus, cousin and best friend of the great warrior, Achilles, charges into war with Achilles' army, known as the Myrmidons. Since Achilles wishes not to join the battle, Patroclus uses Achilles' armor to make him look like the great warrior himself, filling his fellow greeks with confidence and the enemy Trojans with terror.
Your going to die!
Behold the power of Apollo!
Back off, Achilles.
Patroclus lead several Greeks into battle, forcing the Trojans back. Their leader, Hector tried to organize them together, but they soon retreated. After that, he should've turned back, but he was drunk on dreams of glory and all he could think about was killing Hector.
How does it feel to be dead, foolish mortal.
Haha. I can't wait to see it when Achilles finds out...
Patroclus is dead!!!! Patroclus is... dead!!!
Patroclus rushed through the gates, right up to the walls of Troy. He immediately jumped out, and three times he attempted to clim Troy's walls, but each time he came up, the God, Apollo, (who was on the side of Troy) was up on the battlements. Every time he saw Patroclus' head, he pulled out his shield and pushed Patroclus down again.
One final time, Patroclus attempted to climb Troy's walls. This time, Apollo engulfed himself in flames, forcing Patroclus down. Hector, who still thought Patroclus was Achilless, started charging. They got into a huge battle, and Patroclus was about to win, but he didn't see Apollo coming from behind...
Apollo threw his spear at Patroclus, shattering his armor. For the first time, he was totally exposed, and the Trojans saw who he really was. A Trojan soldier sneaked up behind Patroclus and stabbed him in the back. Patroclus realized that he was going to die. After on last sentence, Patroclus stopped breathing.
The Greeks stood their ground, protecting Patroclus' body. His body was going to have a safe burial back in Greek territory. The whole time, the mood of all the Greeks had changed. Achilles' two horses were crying. Even Zeus was moved. The Greeks sent a messenger out to tell Achilles the news, and they all hoped for the best.