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Kill him. We can't have him destroy Troy.
One night before Paris was born, his mother, Queen Hecuba, was cursed with terrible dreams.
She had given birth to a flaming torch. The flaming torch ended up burning down Troy.
Once Hecuba told King Priam, he ordered his servant, Agelaos, to kill his son and bring back his tongue as proof of his death.
Agelaos obeyed his king and took Paris away. However, Paris was a beautiful baby and Agelaos could not kill him.
So instead Agelaos left him on the mountain. But the next day he was alive. A family of bears had cared for him. Agelaos thought this was a sign from the gods.
So instead of killing him he raised him as his own. Agelaos brought King Priam the tongue of a wild dog. He taught Paris hunting and life skills.
Take the arrow and aim it there.
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