Odysseus' men get greedy and open a bag of winds given to Odysseus by the god of wind, Aeolus thus blowing Odysseus and his men away from Ithaca.
Odysseus goes to the Underworld the meet the prophet, Tiresias to learn how to get back home.
After losing his whole crew Odysseus washes up on the Phaeacian Island and talks to their king who helps him sail back to Ithaca.
Odysseus returns home to find that his house is filled with Suitors trying to marry his wife.
Odysseus' mentor, Athena, disguises him as a beggar so he can devise a plan to remove the suitors from his home.
Odysseus wins the archery tournament his wife set-up and then kills all of the Suitors. He then proves to Penelope that it is really him by talking about how they built their house around the olive tree and how their bed can not be moved.