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The Achaean embassy makes a last ditch attempt to avoid war, but it's clear that Helen is unmoved, and while Priam seems to be willing to consider some of the minor requests of Theseus' son, he does not seem willing or even slightly compelled, given his own family history, to capitulate to the Achaeans' primary demand that Menelaus' wife, son, and property be returned to him. Instead he plays a waiting game as a chance to gather his allied forces. While there are those on both sides, such as Odysseus and Paris who will settle for nothing short of war.

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TROJANS! YOU ARE TOO LATE! 0

In the most powerful issue of Age of Bronze to date, the Achaean embassy makes an appeal for peace in the court of King Priam, but after Menelaus is rebuffed by Helen and sees his own son has been raised to think Paris is his father, he becomes utterly distraught. The cover of the issue, though metaphorical, gets it's point across well. Helen has caused this war as sure as if she had plunged a dagger into Menelaus' heart herself. By the time Odysseus speaks, the reader is so fed up with Paris' s...

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