Calypso, I do not love you back. Please release me!
I do not care! Stay with me!
I have escaped Calyspo! Let's get this ship moving, people!
Got that, Captian!
Odysseus is trapped with Calypso, and wants to escape back to his home of Ithaca
The water is rough! I hope our ship holds up.
Zeus, we are sorry!
Under Zeus' guidance, Odysseus escapes Calypso and heads to Ismarus to storm the city and defeat the Cicones, who lived there.
Do you see the land? I don't think that's Ithaca, like we had hoped!
Oh no! That isn't Ithaca! I should go check it out.
The Cicones are defeating Odysseus and the Achaeans, and many of the Achaeans have been killed.
But I want the Lotus!!!!!!
Guys! I can't let you stay with the Lotus-Eaters! You'll become addicted! We have to continue on our journey!
The Cicones defeat the Achaens. Zeus is mad at Odysseus and the Achaens for losing, so he sends a storm their way. They are stuck in the raging sea and for two days and nights.
On the third morning, the sea becomes calm. However, strong winds blow the ships past Ithaca and up to the coastlines of the Lotus-Eaters. The Lotus is a highly addictive flower that can be eaten.
Odysseus and the Achaens cannot resist the Lotus-Eaters' invitations to come eat the lotus flowers with them. However, after they eat, Odysseus manages to drag them all back onto the ship and they continue sailing.