Our Captain, Odysseus, led myself and eleven other men into the cyclops cave. His goal was to seek a challenge from this cyclops in particular.
Five of our best men were bashed and eaten by the brute, causing us great despair. We didn't have time to grieve, but only act.
All that remained of our small expedition dragged a seven foot pole, made out of a broken mast, and then stabbed the cyclops in the eye. The cyclops was blinded and wailing in pain attracting the attention of the other cyclops.
Our captain thought of a lie to tell the cyclops to get the other cyclops to leave, claiming his name was nobody. The other cyclops laughed at what he had to say, "Nobody hurt me, Nobody tricked me!"
The captain told us all to lead a section of the flock of lambs to the boat. When we arrived the faces of the men were of utter relief at the sight of the sheep and rams.
Our captain began taunting the big oaf. The cyclops then cleaved a mountain in two and lobbed it at us, unaware that he had missed.
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