When Herakles, the mightiest Greek hero, attacks the city of Troy, how can Troy hope to stand? It can't. The city falls, and Herakles takes Priam's sister as a spoil of war.
Paris, prince of Troy, decides to recover Priam's sister--at least that's what Paris tells the Trojan council, but Prince Hektor suspects that Paris has plans of his own.
As the story of the Trojan War continues, more of the major players enter the arena: Hektor, the great Trojan warrior--Aeneas, reputed son of a goddess--Antenor, one of the few voices of reason--and Polyxena, the Trojan princess who holds the fate of Achilles in her grasp.