Heroicus 9.1 “The nymphs generated these elms around the colonus, and they wrote, so to speak, the following decree concerning these trees: “Those branches that turn toward Ilion will blossom early and will then immediately shed their leaves and perish before their season - for this was also the life experience of Protesilaos - but a tree on its other side will live and prosper.” Sounds a lot like the choice Achilles had at Ilion
Heroicus 3.2 “Lead the way; I will follow even beyond the interior of Thrace.” Since Thrace is the land of hot-tempered red heads and witches who can pull down the moon; following someone to the heart of Thrace and beyond is saying a lot!
Heroicus 2.11”He himself also says these things. But how he returned afterwards too, he does not tell me even though I've wanted to find out for a long time. He is hiding, he says, some secret of the Fates.” Is the sacred hero hiding what the Erinnyes hid by shutting Xanthus' when the horse was consoling his master Achilles?
Heroicus 1.2 “Vinedr. Where are you going so proudly and ignoring everything at your feet? Phoen.: I need a sign and an omen for good sailing” Nagy says “ As Rossi (Filostrato: Eroico, 193) notes, a “sign” (σύμβολον) is any divination understood by the eyes, whereas an “omen” (φήμη) is a divination by either the voice of an oracle or the voice of a human appointed for the oracle.”