This character is a knight of Troy and a military leader who tries to set an example for younger knights.
This character is afforded a place of honor in Troy, but is afraid of being branded a traitor when a relative who had been branded a traitor defects to the enemy.
Despite engaging in short amorous affairs, this character feels qualified to instruct a knight the art of winning the heart of a young widow.
This character receives a prophecy from Apollo that the Greeks will be victorious over Troy.
This armor of this Greek character is captured in battle and taken back to Troy.
This character agrees to host a dinner party where a relative and the individual whom the relative loves will both be present.
Most experienced in battle, this individual is...
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