Troilus and Cressida is a tragedy play by William Shakespeare which narrates the incidents happening during the ending period of Trojan war. Cressida, daughter of Trojan priest Calchas gets wooed by one of the princes of Trojan, Troilus. Their romance is in stake while Cressida was asked to be exchanged as Prisoner of war to Greek Forces. At Greece, she is flirted by the Greek Prince Diomedes. Meanwhile Troy King Priam and Greek leader agree for one-on-one combat. However Ajax, Greek Prince learns that his friend Patroclus has been killed by Troy Prince Hector and the story ends in Troy hero Hector gets killed.