The The Odyssey

The The Odyssey

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  • 12 man arrive at a island
  • The cyclops
  • There was a group of men sailing a ship exploring, they saw a island thinking it was deserted when they get to the island the leader bring 12 of good men to herd the sheep and explore therefore they saw a cave and enter it. 
  • The 12 men enter the cave and saw the cyclops herding the sheep once the cyclops saw them he then ask who are they are and what purpose they bring.
  • After they told the cyclops what their purpose is the cyclops finished herding then suddenly grab two of the man and began eating them.
  • The cycle continued until there was only 6 men the leader came up with the plan he bride the cyclops with one of the most powerful wine out there the cyclops accepted it and ask the leader what was his name with the clever cunning of his he said is name was nobody with the affect with the wine the cyclops went asleep the 6 men quickly made a long pointy stick and stab it in the Cyclops's eyes.
  • The cyclops screamed in pain and was blinded swinging hoping to kill the men while that the leader and other 5 remaining men was tying 3 sheep together they  soon tie themselves under the sheep the cyclops was making sure that none of the men leaves he was patting around making sure the sheep leave and herd them but little did he know the men was under the sheep escaping. 
  • The 6 remaining men escape and quickly got aboard on the sheep and bring the sheep on the ship too they quickly got away and when the cyclops heared them not where they are the leader was mocking the cyclops and they never returned to the island ever again                                                                                               THE END 
  • "It seems he was not such a weakling then, Cyclops, that man whose friend you meant to tear apart and eat in your echoing cave. Stubborn brute not shrinking from murdering your guest in your own house, your evil deeds were bound for sure to fall on your own head. Zeus and the other gods have had their revenge on you."
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