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Achilles and Patroclus grew up together and had become close comrades in the fight against the Trojans. Achilles is the most dominant, and among the warriors in the Trojan War he has the most fame. Patroclus performs duties such as cooking, feeding and grooming the horses, yet is older than Achilles and wise regarding counsel.
Due to his anger at being dishonored by Agamemnon, Achilles chooses not to participate in the battle.
As the tide of the war turns against the Achaeans, Patroclus convinces Achilles to let him lead the Myrmidon army into battle wearing Achilles’ armor.
Patroclus succeeds in beating back the Trojan forces, but is killed in battle by Hector.
News of Patroclus’ death throws Achilles into deep grief, and the rage that follows becomes the prime motivation to return to battle with the sole aim of avenging Patroclus’ death by killing Hector, despite a warning that doing so would cost him his life.