Odysseus made a plan to build a giant wooden horse, a supposed gift from the gods. The men went inside a trapdoor inside the horse and waited for hours. The Trojans took the horse inside and the Greeks slaughtered all of the Trojans.
Odysseus and his comrades go to the island they heard screams from and explored. They were then trapped in the cave by the Cyclopes, who ate two of his men each day. They escaped with only seven remaining from the thirteen brought.
The Death of the Suitors
Odysseus travels to the underworld to speak to the ghosts. He spoke to spirits and talked to his mom to check on his family. He then got warnings from Teiresias.
Odysseus the King
Odysseus winds up on Ogygia. He meets the nymph, Calypso, and she takes him as prisoner for seven years. She is then told by Zeus to let him go.
Odysseus strings his own bow with ease and shoots the arrow. The suitors are shocked and try to kill him. Odysseus and Telemachus were able to kill all of the suitors.
After all of the carnage, Odysseus, Telemachus and Penelope are reunited. But the people are furious with Odysseus and want him dead. Athena steps in and stops that, and they live happily ever after.