The Illiad: Book Eleven

The Illiad: Book Eleven
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  • The Illiad: Book Eleven The Achaens Face Disaster
  • Argommenon, accompanied by Odysseus and Ajax, enter the fray and with reckless abandon, start slaughtering the Trojans through their wrath
  • Hector is somewhat reassured as Iris comes down from above to give Hector advice from Zeus
  • Once Argommenon is wounded and retreats from battle, will you then launch an attack of your own and bring the Acheans to their knees
  • With Odysseus and Argommenon wounded and retreating, Hector takes Zeus's advice and charges forwards at the Acheans
  • With Zeus's glory, let us begin our attack!!
  • Hey man, I saw Machaon with a serious wound but didn't pay attention to where he went, can you look for him?
  • At the Achaens camp, Achilles asks Patroclus to find out about Machaon, who he saw wounded but never saw who or where he was taken.
  • Of course Achilles! I shall look for him at once!
  • Patroclus searches through many huts until he comes across the horeseman Nestor, who took in the young wounded Machaon, but is furious with Achilles's sudden worry of the soldiers of Achaen sons, for Achilles himself has yet to enter battle
  • Achilles?! That idiot! Him not fighting while these Achaen sons die is disgraceful! WHy won't he help us??!!
  • Nestor talks to Patroclus about his younger fighting days, when they had each other's backs and cared for what happened to one another, fighting together. Nestor talks and compares leadership of Achilles to Nestor's men back in his days.m
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