I promise to treat you as the brother of Telemachus even if you fight against us.
In Book 21 of the Odyssey, Penelope is giving the suitors a chance to shoot at the target in order to marry her. Unfortunately, all the men failed. Telemachus, her son, purposely missed it.
no, no, no. this cant be!
HEY! YOU CAN'T KILL OUR MEN!
Meanwhile, Odysseus is outside with Eumaeus and Philoetius. After finding out that they were loyal men, Odysseus decides to reveal himself with the scar on his foot.
Odysseus and the two men, go inside to find all the suitors devastated. Odysseus still disguised, wanted to shoot the arrow through the axes. The suitors were afraid that he might succeed, so they all started complaining. Finally, they agree to let him shoot the arrow and he makes it through all 12!
Odysseus shoots an arrow for the second time and instead of shooting at the 12 axes, he shoots at Antinous. The men start charging at him and he ends up shooting Eurymachus and Amphinomous.
I am Odysseus!
In the meantime, Telemachus goes to the room to get some swords for his men, but forgets to lock the door on his way out, which allows the suitors to come in. Two of the suitors tie up Melanthius, a disloyal man from the suitors.
Athena comes to Odysseus and tells him to fight the suitors, but he decides to sit back for a while. After a while, Odysseus and his men kill many suitors with their strength and Athena joins in at the end to bring peace.