Odysseus, Aeolus, bag of winds
Odysseus and his crew have been sailing, trying to return home to Ithaca. They have just came back from Polyphemus the Cyclops' island. Polyphemus had hurled a giant boulder at him.
Hey crew, I'm going to go check out that waterfall. Maybe I'll take a bath.
Hello Odysseus. I am Aeolus, the god of winds. Because you are one of the most intelligent mortals I have met, I have a bag of winds to aid you on your journey.
It's Odysseus. I'm back. I have received a present. NOBODY OPEN IT!!! I'm going to take a nap now.
What's in that bag??? Probably gold and treasures Odysseus wants to keep from us. Odysseus is sleeping, so I'm just going to open it.
Why would you guys open the bag??? We were literally five minutes away! Now the winds have been unleashed, and it will take us so much longer to get home. This odyssey is so long!!
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