I will get revenge on Hector for killing my dear friend!
As for Hector's fate, it shall remain lower than Achilles!
No! No prayers from you to me, you dog!
Achilles sits by his tent, waiting for Patroclus to return, when Nestor's son comes in saying "Patroclus is fallen and Hector has his armor!" (pg.189)
You are to die!
Achilles was determined to kill Hector. Meanwhile, Zeus laughed pleasantly to himself while he "hung his golden balances and set Hectors lot lower." (pg.190)
Hector began to run from Achilles, but he finally faced him, saying, "if I kill you I will give back your body to your friends, and do you do the same for me." (pg.191)
Your body belongs to the dogs.
Not long after, Hector soon realizes "the gods have summoned me to death." He thinks, "at least I will not die without a struggle!" (pg.191)
Hector drew his sword, but Achilles had a spear, and "aimed at an opening near the throat, and drove the spear point in. Hector fell, dying at last." (pg.191)
Achilles hadn't had enough, so he took the dead corpse, and "fastened it with thongs to the back of his chariot," and road around Troy. Only once he was satisfied, did he stop. This was the story of Achilles Revenge. (pg.191)