Troy—or—Paris Changes His Mind
"You claim to be fighting your destiny, but you certainly aren't fighting very hard," Clark says and storms out.
Lex is a certified genius, but it takes him two weeks of pondering. When he finally figures it out, it's like a prisoner discovering the cell door has been open all along.
Lex watches out the window as the city he was born to rule shrinks to no more than a toy, bought to teach a child a lesson in strategy.
Trojan horses weren't always used to invade. Sometimes, in the form of Kansas boys, they could be used to escape.
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