|Relatives||Peleus (father), Thetis (mother), Deidameia (wife), Neoptolemus (son by Deidameia, alias Pyrrhus), Telamon (uncle), Ajax the Great and Teukros (cousins), Aeacus (paternal grandfather), Nereus (maternal grandfather), Endeis (paternal grandmother), Doris (maternal grandmother); Polyxena (wife), Caistrus (son by Penthesileia), Zeus (great-grandfather), Pontus, Oceanus (maternal great-grandfathers), Gaea (maternal great-grandmother),|
|Base Of Operations||Olympus; formerly Phthia (now part of Modern Greece); Troy (now part of Modern Turkey)|
|Identity||No Dual Identity|
|Occupation||Warrior; former prince of Phthia|
|Education||Extended combat training|
|Unusual Features||Extended scar on his right side of the face|
|Place of Birth||Phthia (now part of Modern Greece)|
|Place of Death||Troy (now part of Modern Turkey)|
|Creators||Roy Thomas, John Buscema|
Born of a mortal, Peleus, and a goddess Thetis, Achilles is a demi-god. His mother decided to make her newborn baby invulnerable, so she went to the river Styx, in where she held the young child by his heel. The river gave the child invulnerability except in his heel. Achilles became a great warrior, and fought in the Trojan War, where he was hit in his vulnerable heel with a poisonous arrow shot by Paris I, killing the great warrior.
Due to his semi-divine birth, Achilles possesses enhanced strength and stamine. After being immersed in the river Styx by his mother, the sea goddess Thetis, Achilles was invulnerable. He could not be harmed by any means, but a wound in his ankles (the only point of his body to not being wet by the Styx, wet, because from there his mother held him to be able to immerse in the Styx) could prove certain death.
He was a ruthless warrior with a sword and in unarmed combat
He wore an armor forged by the god Hephaestus.
He carried a sword forged by the god Hephaestus
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