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The River Scamander and its banks are set alight by fireballs sent by the god Hephaestus. The river god consents to spare Achilles, who immediately goes back on the rampage. The gods are shocked by his inhuman rage. Now they too are exchanging insults and fighting...
Mount Olympus no longer resembles Mount Olympus. On the battlefield, Hector takes fright when he sees Achilles advancing towards him. When the duel between the two heroes finally takes place, Hector launches his spear at Achilles but the goddess Athena diverts its flight. Achilles then kills Hector, ties the dead body to his chariot and drags it around the city walls. When night falls, King Priam implores Achilles to hand over his son's body. Moved by the old king's request, Achilles agrees. That evening, Odysseus finally comes up with a plan that could give victory to the Greeks.