Do not accept this Horse! it contains bad spirits.
I have a gift for you Laocoon and it's these two serpents.Hope you enjoy them.
No problem, Helen. Just quit running into trouble.
Thank you for saving me Aphrodite and returning me to Menelaus.
I must jump off these walls to sacrifice my life for my father.
Sinon convinces the Trojans to let the horse in by representing the horse as a votive offering to athena. Though, Laocoon nearly destroys the plan by wanting the horse to be destroyed. Luckily, Poseidon sends two serpents to crush and drag Laocoon to Athena's Temple. If the Trojans listened to Laocoon they could have saved themselves from the sneak attack that was to come from the wooden horse and perhaps win the war if they had destroyed the horse.
At last, Aphrodite saves helen and sends returns her to menelaus. Troy's last sacrifice comes from Hector's son where he was to be thrown from the towering walls of Troy as it's last sacrifice. This event marks the end to the Trojan War.