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Hectors Death Hector the great and mighty warrior found himself not leading a charge this time You have not mentioned any previous time for this to reference to but hiding for his life The swift runner Achilles is Do not change verb tense in your narration This verb is present tense but found is past tense out to get him like a lion after an outcast lamb good image Achilles god-like rage burns as fire in his heart against Hector for killing Patroclus Achilles beloved friend Where is that dog Achilles wonders I guess he is too scared to face me As Hector is fleeing from Achilles he is stopped by Pallas Athena the grey-eyed goddess She leads Hector to Achilles like a spider leads its prey to its web Another good image The two warriors are finally brought together hearts pounding chests heaving up and down trying to appear calm in spite of a volcano of rage fear and anxiety that is about to erupt Hector is the first to speak and breaks the dead silence by saying No more fleeing from you O great Achaean We have come to face to face Kill or be killed Swear with me that if I die you will give my body to my parents And if I cut you down I swear I will give your body to the Achaeans At this Achilles heart turns to stone Achilles coldly answers No oaths will I make with you and there will be no more talkgood description Without further delay Achilles hurls his spear at Hector but Hector ducks right in time You missed I thought you were the great god-like Achilles While Hector taunts Achilles the swift godess goddess Athena retrieves Achilles spear without Hector seeing or knowing that his enemy has his weapon again Hector then shoots his spear through the air at Achilles Though it hits Achillesshield dead
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