Chapter 6 (The Keeper of the Winds) Ulysses was ignorant of the curse that Posiden placed on him. He sailed the crew to the Island of the Keeper of the Winds. The Winds were kept by Aolis. Aolis gave Ulysses winds to take him home safely, under one condition that he didn't open the bag. Ulysses didn't sleep until he saw his city, but dozed off. His crew thought he was hiding treasure in the bag, opened it, and the boat was taken way off course.
Chapter 7 (Cannibal Beach) After sailing for six days, Ulysses saw a beautiful island, and decided to take a break there. Ulysses had a bad suspicion about this island. They say that you should follow your gut, but Ulysses didn't. He sent his crew to climb a tree to observe the island, but didn't return. He climbed it himself, but realized it was a giant's leg. He ran back to the ships, but the giant was already eating his sailors. He quickly sailed away with a single crew and ship.
Chapter 8 (Circe) The crew landed on a island where Ulysses met a tempting woman. But, he resisted marriage because he had a wife, and sailed away.
Chapter 9 (The Land of the Dead) Ulysses and his crew sailed to the Land of the Dead, where they were warned of dangers lying ahead.
Chapter 10 (The Wandering Rocks) While Ulysses was sailing with his crew, he noticed some wandering rocks. In order to sail around them, he had to sail to the island the ghosts warned him of.
Chapter 11 (The Sirens) The boat sailed to the shore of an island, where a group of incredibly good singers, who were also terribly ugly lived. All they could hear, in ever direction, was their singing. They enticed the men, but if they stopped, they would die. The crew and Ulysses sailed away quickly, and never returned.