Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis

Sirens, Scylla and Charybdis

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Storyboard Description

Emma Herrera 1st Odysseus and his men have just left the island of the goddess Circe. Odysseus tells the men what the information the goddess has given him. He instructs his men to tie him to the mass as they pass the sirens. Then they see Charybdis, a whirl pool. Then they have to face Scylla, a huge monster with many heads. Sadly in the end Odysseus losses many of his men.

Storyboard Text

  • Alright men, so I had a nice chat with Calyso, and I'm going to need you to tie me to that mast over there. Also I have somethings for you guys to put in your ears. Its just precaution so this evil song doesn't end up killing us.
  • Uhh...ok
  • Hey I'm going to need you guys to untie me now
  • Are you serious Ul
  • We are so gonna die
  • Yes sir
  • Ok men, just do what I say and stay strong.
  • Odysseus explains to his men what the Goddess Circe has told him.
  • His men tied him to the mast of the ship as they pass the Sirens.
  • That looks bad
  • HOLD ON MEN! quick I need a spear
  • Oh No
  • I knew it
  • Odysseus and his men encounter Charybdis. The whirl pool then tries to swallow their ship.
  • Well at least I will
  • We lost many good men today. Between the sirens, charybdis and Scylla, but we journey on. This shall not stop us, we will make it home.
  • Odysseus and his men finally come face to face with Scylla. Who is the Giant multi-headed beast who is hiding and waiting.
  • Odysseus and his man plan to try and make it past Scylla
  • Scylla slaughtered many of Odysseus's men.
  • Odysseus and the remaining men keep going.
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