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they were leaving Troy at sunset Achilles x OC R&R FINISHED! :Rated: Fiction T - English - Drama/Romance - Achilles - Chapters: 4 - Words: 3,217 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 20 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 02-11-12 - Published: 01-22-11 - Status: Complete - id: 6677092
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Princess Acacia loved watching the sun set. It was the most beautiful thing in the world. She always watched the sunset. But this time it was different. And she had a feeling that this was the last time the sunset will be this peaceful. She knew something was coming, and it was all because of Helen.
Achilles loved the sunrise. It meant a new start, a fresh beginning. The only reason he was on a boat is because this war is never going to be forgotten and his name will live long.
They were so different but at the same time so alike. They just didn't know they were destined to meet.
Acacia wasn't your average princess. She never listened to her father. She did things her way. She was stubborn and nosy and clumsy but she was brave. Like every other day she sneaked out of the Trojans walls and went to the temple to meditate. But this day she was interrupted when the Greeks attacked and killed the priests in the temple, so she hid behind a stone wall. Acacia prayed to the Gods that they won't find her, but her prayer wasn't heard. She knocked down a vase and it broke with a loud crash. Achilles was the only soldier left in the temple when he heard a crash. He went back to investigate. When he was just around the corner Acacia launched at him with a dagger in her hand. Achilles caught her wrist and pinned her to the wall.
"Let go of the dagger!"
"Why do you want to kill me, girl? I do not kill innocent women."
"But you kill innocent men. Men that did not have any swords by their side, they were defenseless."
"Let's say you are right. How do you plan on killing me?"
"My plan was stabbing you."
"But you do realize I am immortal."
"You are Achilles?"
"Please kill me."
"What are you talking about?"
"If the Greeks have Achilles on their side, Troy will fall. I cannot see that happen. I would rather die here, when no one will see me."
"No, like I said I do not kill innocent women. But I am sure we will meet again."
He finally let go of her wrists and Acacia ran.
"My lord, why did you let her go?" Achilles turned around and saw his good friend Eudorus.
"I have a feeling she will be the one on which the outcome of this war will depend on."