citations: "[Antinoos] was to be the first to get a taste of the arrow from the hands of blameless Odysseus to whom he now paid attention as he sat in Odysseus' halls and encouraged all his companions." This citation is important because it explains Antinos death.
Yes, I am, check my scar. I am back and for all of you will gain my loyalty
Who are you!!
you're not odysseus
Summary: Penelope makes competition to see who she will marry. After everyone trying and failing Odysseus follows Eumaeus, the swinherd, and Philoetius, the cowherd, outside. He establishes their loyalty and reveals his identity by the scare on his foot. When Odysseus returns, Eurymachus cannot string it. Antinous suggests that they stop until the next day when they can sacrifice to Apollo before trying again. Disguised Odysseus asks for the bow. All of the suitors complain, fearing that he will succeed. Telemachus takes control and orders Eumaeus to give Odysseus the bow. Odysseus easily strings it and sends the first arrow he grabs through all twelve axes.