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Aeneas was a prince of Troy who escaped the burning city just before the Greeks could lay their Greeky hands on him. Don't go thinking he was a chicken or anything, though—the gods totally forced him to abandon his city. Because he was a super-noble, awesome warrior (and then some), the gods hand picked him to sail across the Mediterranean and found the colony that would one day spawn the Roman Empire. After a ton of crazy adventures (Underworld!) and a really tragic love affair (Dido!), Aeneas made it to Italy, married a princess, and eventually became a god himself. Oh, and one of the most famous works of literature ever—the Aeneid—is named after him. Not too shabby.
Pious Aeneas, Supertrojan, Stud Muffin
Warrior, Hero, Founder of Great Civilizations
Chiron's Academy for Heroes
Troy will rise again
Mom: Aphrodite (Venus)
Ascanius (You made me proud, son!)
Hector (If every man were more like him, the world would be a better place.)
Hera (Juno) (Why does she pick on, like every hero there is?)
Creusa (First Wife), Lavinia (Second Wife)
"All roads lead to Rome."
The Aeneid by Virgil
A Warrior's Call by Volbeat