Odysseus's Journey Back to Ithaca Part 2


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Continued. We pick up at the underworld.

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  • The Underworld
  • Row faster!
  • We are here!
  • Skylla!
  • The Underworld!
  • Charybdis!
  • Don't Lesson! 
  • ROAR!
  • Yes we are... But NOT TODAY!
  • We all gonna die!
  • Sirens!
  • Helios!
  • NO!
  • We'll rest here for the night.
  • What are you eating?
  • OK!
  • Whose hungry?
  • A cow. Why?
  • Idyllic!
  • HELP!
  • i can help. My name Calypso.
  • I'M HOME!
  • fine.
  • Idyllic!
  • Ithaca!
  • They traveled to the underworld they made it passed by the Sirens, monstrous women with beautiful voices who try to lure sailors to their deaths, Odysseus made his men plug their ears and tie him to the mast so he could listen to the song without chasing after it. Then they met two horrible monsters (curiously, also female) named Scylla and Charybdis. As predicted Skylla (has six heads) ate six of Odysseus's men; the rest barely escaped Charybdis.
  • Yes. I can!
  • SON!
  • FATHER! I missed you.
  • Ithaca!
  • They made it out of the Underworld alive. Next, they landed on the island of Helios. Helios is the god of the sun. he had a very special herd of cattle were kept on this island. Even though the Odysseus and his men had been warned twice, not to eat the cattle, Odysseus' men couldn't control their hunger, so they started a fire and had a BBQ that night for dinner.
  • YEP!
  • Your husband is on his way home.
  • O..O..Odysseus?
  • I thought you died. I missed you.
  • I don't believe you.
  • The rest of his men died during the storm he was the only one to live through the terrible storm, he finally came across an island, idyllic island of the nymph Calypso. Odysseus was held prisoner for 7 years by Calypso before he caught a ride home with bunch of Phaiakians. They felt so bad for him and wanted to show their kindness, that they give him treasure and took him back to Ithaka.
  • THE END!
  • He was finally home, he had made it back to Ithaca after all these years he was home, but he still had one more problem to deal with. His problem was with the suitors that want to marry his wife. Odysseus got help for the goddess Athena. She disguises him as a beggar so he can check out the situation. Athene flies to Sparta to retrieve Telemachos. When he gots back, Odysseus shows himself to his son and then heads to the palace, still disguised as a beggar.
  • I can you help me?
  • Ithaca!
  • Without showing his true identity, he tries to convince Penelope that Odysseus is on his way home and susses out which of his servants are still loyal to the household and which have joined the suitors. Penelope decides to take care of the problem. She said, she'll marry the person that could string Odysseus' old bow and shoot it through the heads of twelve axes.
  • Ithaca!
  • Ithaca!
  • Everyone tries and fails, until the beggar (Odysseus in disguise) steps up. He shot the bow and he succeeded and got his wife back. The End.
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