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Achilles - Achilles vs. Hector

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Achilles vs. Hector

Case Description: Complainant (Achilles) accuses Defendant (Hector) of murder. Achilles' best friend, Patroclus, convinced Achilles to let him fight in his stead. Patroclus put on Achilles' armor, but he couldn't measure up to his mighty friend and was killed on the battlefield by Hector. When Achilles found out about this, he went totally nuts and vowed revenge.

Case Status: Case closed. Thetis brought Achilles some new armor forged by Hephaestus, and the hero slaughtered a ton of Trojans until he eventually got to Hector and killed him. He then tied the Trojan's body to his chariot and dragged it around Troy.

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