The challenge of the sirens, charybdis and scylla were the most deadly of challenges that Odysseus and his crew faced. The sirens were beautiful singing monsters that lured sailors to their death which Odysseus tied himself to the mast and forced his crew to plug his ears. The challenge of scylla and charybdis took six of odysseus's crew members
Be careful squad! We're fixing to approach Sirens which sing a song and lure sailors off their boat to drown them! Be sure to plug your ears with this wax! Tie me up because I have to hear the Sirens for myself. If I say to untie me, tie me up even more!
AHH! UNTIE ME!!!
Our next challenge, Charibdis awaits... It is giant whirlpool that can destroy boats so we need to steer clear from that...
Odysseus and his crew sail off from that catastrophe not knowing what challenges await them in the very near future...
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