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Aeneas

Aeneas

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Your Field Guide to Spotting Aeneas

Aeneas is bright, shiny, heroic perfection. No wonder all the ladies—including the beautiful queen Dido—went totally nuts for him. This guy has it all. Not only is he the son of the love goddess, Venus, making him extra dreamy, he was also a prince of Troy and the founder of a colony that would one day spawn the Roman Empire. Aeneas was actually so awesome that after he died, the gods made him one of them. These days he's the most eligible bachelor on Mt. Olympus (the Roman version, at least). So, if you know any eligible young nymphs or goddesses, please send them his way.

Sex: Male
Age: Forever young
Build: Lean and muscular
Complexion: Tanned
Hair Color: Blonde
Facial Hair: Clean-shaven
Scars/marks/tattoos:Sexy battle scars
Jewelry and accessories:Nope
Clothing:Robes
Armor:Shiny and amazing (forged by Hephaestus at Aphrodite's urging)
Type of Weapon:Spear and sword (also forged by Hephaestus)

Typical Companions:

Achates
Sergestus
The Cumaean Sibyl

Known Hangouts:

Troy
The Mediterranean
Carthage
Italy

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