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Penelope says that whoever shoots arrows through 12 axe-helve sockets can marry her and inherit a great kingdom.
You found no justification for yourselves- except for your lust to marry me. Stand up, then; we now declare a contest for that prize.
Odysseus angers the suitors by entering Penelope's contest.
Let me test my fingers and my pull to see if any of the oldtime kick is there, or if thin fare and roving took it out of me.
Odysseus shoots through all of the axes and wins Penelope's contest.
Odysseus kills Anitnoos. Then, kills the rest of the suitors with the help of Athena and Eumaeus
Odysseus makes the suitors' wives clean the bloody hall. After, Telemakhos hangs them.
Odysseus turns back to his normal self and is reunited with Penelope and his loyal maids.
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