My abilities are more suited for a head on battle, not for stealth.”
“I believe in you, Achilles, your speed outmatches everyone else. You will be able to sneak by them, now let’s start.” I quickly agreed, and the fight ensued. I had reached a point in which the Trojans were unable to see me as I moved through the battlefield. Odysseus helped lead their group through and killed many Trojans. While that was being done, I snuck up on the Trojan archers, all ready to fire, and killed them. How has a mortal made his way to the underworld, a place previously unreachable by them? He was talking to Elpenor, a great friend of his, then his mother, then Tiresias. After some time, I walked to him.
“Royal son of Laertes, Odysseus, man of tactics, reckless friend, what next? What greater feat can that cunning head contrive? What daring brought you down to the House of Death, where the senseless, burn-out wraiths of mortals make their home?”
“Achilles, son of Peleus, greatest of Achaeans, I had to consult Tiresias, driven here by hopes he would help me journey home to rocky Ithaca. I had learned that you were killed, but no more information was