Helen, also known as Helen of Troy, was the wife of the Greek king Menelaus. In Grecian myth, she was the daughter of Zeus, though later accounts made her mortal. She was said to be the most beautiful woman in the world. (PROSE: The Squire's Crystal)

Biography Edit

Helen was captured by the Trojan prince Paris. Menelaus challenged him to a duel, but Paris refused. The Greek army, under Menelaus' brother Agamemnon, began a war with Troy over Helen. (TV: The Myth Makers)

After Paris died, Helen was made to marry his brother, Deiphobus. She ultimately betrayed him to the Greeks when they took over Troy. (PROSE: The Squire's Crystal)

Ten years after the onset of war, Menelaus was not interested in getting Helen back. He just wanted the war to end. However, the Greeks, with the help of the First Doctor, eventually defeated Troy and sacked it, retrieving Helen. (TV: The Myth Makers)

According to Vicki Pallister, Menelaus was glad to have Helen back. (PROSE: Apocrypha Bipedium) Though he had sworn to kill Helen for having incited the decade-long war, Menelaus found himself unwilling to destroy such beauty. He forgave her. (PROSE: The Squire's Crystal)

Helen was among the notable women of Earth's history whom were invited by Missy to join MADAM. (PROSE: Girl Power!)


In 1873, Heinrich Schliemann discovered the Jewels of Helen while excavating Troy. (PROSE: Past Reckoning)

City of the SavedEdit

In the City of the Saved, Helen married World War II-era pilot Terrence Moody. In the early stages of the City of the Saved Civil War, she once again became caught up in the fight between the Greeks and Trojans. (PROSE: Apocalypse Day)

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