Then, if thou wilt, let some one stoop to loose
Swiftly these sandals, slaves beneath my foot;
And stepping thus upon the sea's rich dye,
I pray, Let none among the gods look down
With jealous eye on me-reluctant all,
To trample thus and mar a thing of price,
Wasting the wealth of garments silver-worth.
Enough hereof: and, for the stranger maid,
Lead her within, but gently: God on high
Looks graciously on him whom triumph's hour
Has made not pitiless. None willingly
Wear the slave's yoke-and she, the prize and flower
Of all we won, comes hither in my train,
Gift of the army to its chief and lord.
-Now, since in this my will bows down to thine,
I will pass in on purples to my home.

~ Agamemnon to Clytemnestra, Agamemnon


Agamemnon was the king of Mycenae and was the commander-in-chief of the Greek side in the Trojan war. His parents are King Atreus and Queen Aerope.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 9-B, likely Higher

Name: Agamemnon

Origin: Greek Mythology

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Human, Greek Hero, King of Mycenae

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Weapon Mastery, Martial Arts

Attack Potency: At least Wall level (Killed hundreds of Trojan soldiers, including Antiphus. His hands are described as being splattered with gore), likely Higher (Achilles admitted he was stronger than him. Never needed the gods to grant him strength and unfair advantages on the battlefields, unlike Achilles and Diomedes)

Speed: Superhuman (Powerscaling to Achilles. He also had a horse named Aetha)

Lifting Strength: Peak Human

Striking Strength: At least Wall Class (Killed Koon with a strike to his head), likely Higher

Durability: At least Wall level, likely Higher

Stamina: Peak Human

Range: Tens of Meters with javelin

Standard Equipment: Javelins, helmet, cuirass, shield, sword, horse, chariot

Intelligence: A warrior with decades of battle experience, an experienced hunter, and an excellent general. Considered the best at javelin throwing.

Weaknesses: He is overly haughty, selfish, greedy, and disrespectful which has led him to insult Achilles, costing him much during the Trojan war.


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