Scylla and Charybdis

Scylla and Charybdis
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  • Make sure that you don't listen to the sirens. They will kill you if you listen to their song.
  • Tie me up, and put this wax in your ears. Do not untie me, for then we are doomed to the sirens.
  • Let me go! Please!
  • Circe warns Odysseus and his crew of the dangers ahead in they're journey
  • Get to the oars. You are in charge of the rudder. Focus, or you drown us
  • The crew resumes their journey. Odysseus followed Circe's warning of the sirens
  • AHHHHHHH
  • Odysseus' men pitied him, but they did not listen to the sirens, and they did not let him go
  • Odysseus brought his men around to action, but he did not tell them about Scylla and Charybdis. He knew that if he said something, they would start to panic.
  • When they're ship is attacked, Scylla takes some of the men. The screams of the men could be heard as they were devoured.
  • It was one of the worst scenes yet in the journey, but Odysseus and his remaining crew had no choice but to row on.
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