Aeneas talks to the Oracle at Delos. I know this is an inaccurate portrayal of classical Oracles, but I thought it was a comedic way of illustrating it.
Household God's visit Aeneas after he arrives in Crete only to find everything in shambles.
Aeneas and his crew arrive at an island after sailing for quite some time. Although full of livestock, it is infested with harpies. Despite various difficulties, they stay for the winter.
Aeneas finds Andromache sacrificing to her dead husband Hector. Having discovered that one of Priam's sons rules over a couple of Greek cities and now is married to Andromache.
Helenus shows Aeneas the city he rules over. Which is essentially a miniature version of Troy.
Helenus, after making a couple more sacrifices, tell Aneus all about his future using his gift of prophecy.
The gang sails to Sicily while avoiding a variety of obstacles.
One of Odysseus's men, a dude named Achaemenides, appears from the mist. He survived the incident with the cyclops and tells the Trojans he does not care if they kill him, he just wants to die at the hands of a human.
Aeneas and his crew, along with Achaemenides, begin to make their way to Carthage. Along the way, they stop at an island called Drepanum where Anchises dies.