A rewritten version of the Sirens in the story of Odysseus.
Circe warns Odysseus and his men about the threat that the Sirens possess. Eurylochus and other men men agree to tie Odysseus up, so he'll be able to hear the Siren's message.
Eurylochus leads the men in the preparation of the ship. They make sure that all the supplies and materials necessary are on board to overcome the Sirens.
Eurylochus attends to the formation of the beeswax along with Odysseus. After rolling the beeswax out in the hot sun provided by the god Helios, they insert the material into their ears.
Eurylochus and the rest of Odysseus's crew tie Odysseus up to the mast of the ship to prevent him from hearing the Siren's calls. Eurylochus prepares the ship to head towards the Sirens.
The Siren's menacing calls attempt to lure Odysseus fail, as Eurylochus and the men had tied him up. Eurylochus and the men, unable to hear the alluring song, row on.
Eurylochus and the crew celebrate the passing of the obstacle. Without Eurylochus's help, this accomplishment couldn't have been achieved.
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