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Updated: 9/22/2020
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  • I won't let you start a war for her.
  • You fool! Do you know what you've done?! Do you know how many years our father worked for peace?!
  • I love her.
  • If you go to Troy, glory will be yours; your name will remain for centuries. But you will never come home.
  • After decades of warfare, King Agamemnon of Mycenae successfully conquered Thessaly through a battle between the two kingdom's greatest warrior in which Achilles won against King Triopas's champion, Boagrius. 
  • We were going to sail home today.
  • On their way home after celebrating the peace treaty between Troy and Sparta, Paris admitted to his brother — Prince Hector of Troy — that he has an affair with Helen, King Menalaus' wife, and took her her aboard the ship.
  • Menalaus asked Agamemnon for aid, who had King Odysseues of Ithaca persuade Achilles to fight with them. Conflicted, Achilles went to his mother to ask her about the oracle of his.
  • The prince will have that honor. No Greek will attack Troy for 12 days.
  • After winning against the Greeks due to the absence Achilles and the Myrmidons, the King of Troy, Priam, decided to attack the Greeks off-guard despite Hector's objection. The battle resulted to the death of Patroclus — Achilles' cousin — at the hands of Hector.
  • I don't think anyone's sailing home now.
  • Achilles, filled with vengeance, challenged Hector to a duel — in which he won later on. Priam, together with other Trojans, watched as Achilles dragged Hector's dead body across the sand away from Troy's gates.
  • Priam humbly went to Achilles and pleaded for his son's body to give him a proper bural. Achilles, now calmed down, heed Priam's requests and sent him home with Briseis — ensuring their safety.
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