Very well, your majesty. I will tell you everything although it causes me pain.
Some Trojans suggested to bring it inside the city walls. Others suggested to burn it. However it was brought inside. The people danced and sang. The horse was left in the center of the city.
The Greeks had built a mountain-like horse. They filled the hollow belly with some of their soldiers. They left this as a gift on our gates and made us think they had returned home. However they sailed to a nearby island.
Night had fallen and everyone was asleep. The Greeks left the island and sailed to Troy. They displayed a fire-signal and the soldiers inside the horse were released.
I was awoken from my sleep. I could hear men shouting and trumpet blaring. I picked up weapons and was ready to fight, when I saw Panthus, a priest of the Apollo's temple. He was holding his grandson saying something about Troy's time being up and Troy's dome. Rhipheus, Epytus, Hypanis, and Dymas join me in this fight, and so does the young Coreobus. He had arrived a few days before the invasion, he was going to marry Casandra.
Rhipheus, Epytus, Hypanis, and Dymas join me in this fight, and so does the young Coreobus. He had arrived a few days before the invasion, he was going to marry Casandra.
There were so many deaths, so many people fighting and people bleeding on the floor. We were able to disguise ourselves as the Greeks. We defeated many, however, Coreobus and Rhipheus both were defeated. Then we all separated.
Dido, who had sworn never to fall in love again, realized she was falling for Aeneas.
...when I was deciding what to do with Helen, I saw my mother's spirit. She told me to go back to my father, my wife and my son. I went back to them and discovered my wife missing and my father died when we escaped.