The Death of Hector

The Death of Hector

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  • I feel so proud of myself. Here I come Trojans!
  • There, is Achilles! Watch me fight him to his death 
  • Thank you Mother 
  • My dear son, I came to with you luck. Be careful and take this:
  • Patroclus took charge after is cousins scene of hiding in the tent. He dressed up in his dear cousins armer and went out like a strong and brave solider. All the Trojans ran away in fear of seeing Achilles, the greatest Greek warrior. Little did they know that, that was not Achilles.
  • Where is Hector? I need Hector! 
  • Achilles took a quick look about how his cousin was doing. Patrocules was being a brave amazing solider until Hector came running beside and throw his spear into Patrocules. Patrocules fell to the ground in pain and AChilles seeing the death of his cousin made him mad. Achilles realized that the war was full of grief and discord.
  • Revenge, here I come!
  • Achilles heard the news of his dear cousins death and set out to kill Hector. His mom Thetis stopped him and gave him brand new armer before he left.
  • Bye, bye Hector
  • After Achilles vowed to avenge his cousin's death he set off and went into battle. He was the best warrior and he fought for himself. Except, Hector and Achilles didn't cross paths once.
  • When Achilles went back to his base he got a scroll from Hector. It asked Achilles for a challenge of a single combat. Achilles accepted ready to get revenge.
  • Later that evening Achilles went outside for his battle and Hector was there waiting. They fought but, with a single wack, Hector was dead. Achilles tied Hector's body to a chariot and dragged him all around the Trojan Wall. That was the end of Hector.
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