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  • When Adrestos a Trojan warrior fell from sky out of his chariot Menelaos came to kill him, Adrestos then begged for mercy and Menelaos considers it.
  • PLEASE SPARE ME!!!!!!!!!
  • While Menelaos considered keeping Adrestos alive, his brother Agamemnon came and told him to kill. With Agamemnon there, Menelaos knocked Adrestos over and Agamemnon then killed him.
  • No! Spear him!! He has never done anything for you before!!
  • When the Trojans were about to retreat. Helenos delivered a message to Hector telling him to tell the all the women to grab their best robes and present them at the temple of Athenes, and offer Athena twelve heifers
  • "Speak to our mother, yours and mine. Tell her to assemble the old women at the temple of bright-eyed Athena..."
  • Then the Trojan warrior Glaukos is about to engage in battle with Diomedes. Diomedes then asks him who he is, and Glaukos launches into a long story about his ancestry that leads to Diomedes learning his grandfather has hosted Glaukos. After exchanging gifts they are now bound by ties of guest-friendship.
  • Oh hey i think i have heard of you...
  • When Hector arrived back in Troy, after talking to his mother and telling her to go to the temple, he went to yell at his brother Paris for not taking part in the war. After yelling at his brother, Paris told Hector how he was ready to join the war now and then Hector went to go visit his wife and child.
  • Hector and his mother both agreed that Hector's brother should have been fighting in the war so Hector went to go yell at his brother Paris. Paris listens to Hector and then tells him how he was about to go fight. After talking to his brother Hector went to go visit his wife and child.
  • Dude why aren't you fighting
  • I'm on my way now...
  • When Hector went to visit his wife and child, She begged him not to leave and return to battle afraid he would die. However Hector did not listen and as he walked away his wife began to mourn her husband even though he was not dead yet
  • Oh my poor husband! I wish he wasn't leaving
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