The Achaeans poured out of the ambuscade and conquered the town of Troy.
You will pay for this, Nobody!
You must go to the Underworld and hear a prophecy from Tiresias if you want to go home.
The Phaeacian Council agrees to give Odysseus a ship, and celebrations and games commence. Demodocus, a blind minstrel, sings of Odysseus' encounter with Achilles and of the battle of Troy, which saddens Odysseus.
Odysseus, you alone will make it to Ithaca. You will kill all the suitors in your house. Afterwards, you must make a sacrifice to Poseidon and all the gods.
Odysseus begins to tell King Alcinous of his encounters with a Cyclops. He tricks the Cyclops by getting him drunk, and then calls himself "Nobody." As the remaining crew leaves, Odysseus calls out his true name.
Odysseus and his crew arrive at the witch Circe's island. After a majority of the crew is turned into pigs, they decide to remain in her lavish house for a year. When they decide to leave, Circe gives them specific instructions to get home.
Are you a God? Please have mercy on us.
Odysseus ventures into the Underworld and follows Circe's' directions. He talks to Tiresias of Thebes who tells him a prophecy.
Odysseus and his men face trials such as the Sirens, Scylla, and Charybdis but are defeated by their own temptations when they eat Helios's cattle. They all die except Odysseus.
Odysseus reveals himself to Telemachus. At first Telemachus doesn't believe him and thinks he is a God. They plan to get rid of the suitors. It requires complete secrecy
No, I am you father, Odysseus! You must help with my plan to get rid of the suitors.