History Main / AchillesHeel

15th Apr '15 11:09:21 PM Perelandra
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15th Apr '15 4:35:34 PM BattleMaster
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15th Apr '15 4:32:20 PM BattleMaster
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Removed Tyrannosaurus example from Real L Ife- an inability to attack things larger than itself is not sufficiently supported by current evidence (and given that it was larger than most of its prey, not much of a weakness even if it was true)
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29th Mar '15 10:01:48 PM jormis29
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25th Mar '15 11:18:22 AM triton
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The book actually explains that these parts don't have to be out of the water in order to become vulnerable. It's stated that mortals must always have a weak spot and they have to chose a spot on their body that can be harmed while focusing on what ties them to the mortal world. Achilles had his heel because that's where his mother was holding him, making it both a literal and metaphorical tether, while Percy & Luke chose their spots because they were unexpected locations that were hard to reach, usually covered by armor, and not the first places people go to stab.
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19th Mar '15 9:49:29 AM Willbyr
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22nd Feb '15 11:01:50 AM PicardsDouble
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