Odysseus has an idea of how to get into the gates, that are heavily protected by the people of Troy. His men do not know his plan but they follow his orders.
His men build a large wooden horse, according to Odysseus's instructions, it is large enough for them to fit inside of. The men wonder just how long they will be in there.
With Odysseus and his men inside of the horse completely invisible, the people of Troy take the horse inside the gates and accept the peace offering. Little do they know there is a major calamity yet to occur.
While the people of troy were fast asleep, Odyesseus and his men snuck out of the wooden horse.
Odysseus and his men attacked the alarmed people of Troy and slaughtered them.
Odysseus was heavily praised for the battle of Troy.