The Bag of Winds by Brandon Herold

The Bag of Winds by Brandon Herold

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  • Sup, How's it been?
  • Yeah umm. My crew and I are having problems with the journey so-
  • Haha, I have exactly what you need. Here you go, the bag of winds.
  • Odysseus and his crew arrived at the land of Aeolus, god of the winds, which is a floating island.
  • Come on guys, quickly open the bag to see how many bills there are.
  • Look at this selfish man. He gets tons of gifts and treasures while we leave with nothing.
  • For a month, Odysseus talked to eachother, trying to catch up. Aelous welcomed me to his home.
  • My idiotic crew opened the bag of winds and now we are here again. Please forgive me and give me another bag.
  • Get out of here, I will not help anyone hated by the gods. LEAVE NOW!!!
  • Odysseus hinted to Aeolus that he needed help with his journey going home and Aeolus hit him up with the best way to get back home, the bag of winds.
  • Odysseus and his crew said their good-byes to Aeolus and his people and left. During their sail back home to Ithaca Odysseus was knocked out. While Odysseus was sleeping his crew took the bag of winds and opened it since they thought that inside it were gifts from Aeolus that Odysseus was hiding.
  • They went back to the land of Aeolus and he was confused on why Odysseus and his crew were back in his land. When Odysseus told Aeolus what happened, Aeolus knew that Odysseus was cursed by the gods and told them to leave his land.
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