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Ajax

Family

Achilles

Last place seeen alive

During the battle of Troy

Created by

Koei

Portrayed by

Mif

Nickname(s)

N/A

Species

human

Gender

Male

Born

N/A


Ajax is a playable character In Warriors: Legend of Troy. He is the son of king and is a very mighty warrior. Ajax serves Agamemnon's will.



Role in the gameEdit

'Ajax is following in his father's 'footsteps by fighting against the Trojans. He assists the Greek's early sieges on the war front, helping them capture land and slaves for their cause.

Nine years after the start of the war, Ajax accompanies Agmenemon to Thebe, the last of Troy's allies. By his efforts, the Greeks break Thebe's gate and invade the city. He then fulfills King Eetion's wish to join his slain sons in the afterlife. As the priest of the Temple of Apollo and Artemis offers anything from the holy treasury in exchange for his daughter's freedom, Ajax tries to convince Agamemnon to accept. The king refuses and takes the daughter as his own. The fiasco leads to a plague from Apollo and Achilles' eventual departure from the war front.

Ajax tries to lead the men in Achilles' stead, but he is overpowered by Hektor's zeal. Their string of losses even places Agamemnon and Menelose in danger as they are forced to flee back to Troy's shores. As the Greek army struggles to recover, Ajax defeats King Sarpedon and destroys the stone throwers that were sinking the Greek ships. He laments that he cannot fight without Achilles, but his spirits are lifted when he spots his cousin figure in battle.

He is mentioned again after Achilles' demise. He joins forces with Odysseus to retrieve his cousin's body for a proper burial. The two veterans find a secret passageway into the Trojan city soon after and steal the Palladion from the Temple of Athena. According to prophecy, this artifact must be taken for Troy's fall. Athena, angered by the theft, seeks retribution by striking Ajax with insanity. He hallucinates his own allies accusing him to be a heinous traitor, reluctantly killing delusional images of Menelaos, Odysseus, Agamemnon and Achilles. During his confusion he is haunted by Lyssa, a spirit of mad rage, and he somehow drives her back.

With Lyssa gone, Ajax realizes that he was actually killing animals through his dementia. He then spots a sword embedded into the ground with its blade pointing upwards. Unable to bear the agonizing madness, Ajax commits suicide by throwing himself upon the blade.


GalleryEdit


VideoEdit

Warriors Legends of Troy - Ajax gameplay08:51

Warriors Legends of Troy - Ajax gameplay

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