I'm sorry sir, but I can not do this to a baby...
Queen Hecuba is pregnant with the soon coming Paris, but dreams about a flaming torch that sends out a bad message.
After King Priam tells his eldest son about the dream Queen Hecuba had, Aesacus declares that the baby will be the cause of Troy's end, that they should kill it before it happens. However, after many attempts of killing the newborn, no one had the heart of killing him.
After previous tries of killing the baby for the sake of Troy, none could take the life of a newborn child.
Paris grew up to be a handsome young man, intelligent, and wise and loved by all. He was discovered by Ares, the god of war, and was proved to be fair. The gods then understood that Paris was one to keep his word.
When a wedding feast was planned, everyone was invited all gods and goddesses except Eris because she brought chaos with her. However, she heard about the feast and decided to throw a golden apple to start a problem. This lead to Hera (left), Athena (middle), and Aphrodite (right) to bicker over the apple. To resolve this Zeus sent them to Paris
Each goddess bribed Paris to make sure he chose them, but out of all three of them, Aphrodites offer was too good to pass up. He then chose Aphrodite to give the apple to, in exchange for endless love with Helen.