"Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story of that man skilled in all ways of contending..."
Sailing From Troy
We need to go now!
These sheep are so good
Homer asks Muse for help to tell the story of Odysseus.
The Lotus Eaters
We are leaving at once!
I CAN'T STOP EATING
Odysseus, two years after The Battle of Troy sails to reach his end goal, home.
The Cyclopes Part I
Shut up Odysseus!
Odysseus warns his men to leave to avoid being slaughtered by the rest of the Cicones
The Cyclopes Part II
Landing upon the "Lotus Eaters" Odysseus's men get addicted to the plant. Odysseus has to drag his crewmates back to their ship whilst they wail and cry not wanting to leave
Upon escaping the "Lotus Eaters" lands they land upon another island seeming somewhat uncivilized, until they reach the caverns in which the cyclopes stays. The cyclopes comes back and traps them in with a gigantic boulder.
Upon escaping the caverns with a few casualties and reaching their boats, Odysseus taunts the cyclopes in which enrages it. The blind cyclopes throws boulders at the boat in anger whilst the crew tells Odysseus to stop enraging the beast.