Odyssey Storyboard

Odyssey Storyboard

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  • The Scene of Odysseus and Antinous
  • The Scene of Odysseus and Eurymachus
  • The Scene of Odysseus and Telemachus
  • Odysseus arrowed or killed Antinous when Antinous was about to drink wine. The arrow hit Antinous under his chin. Blood was coming out and he drops his cup of wine. The crowd was shouting at Odysseus "you killed the best in Ithaca".
  • The Scene of Penelope and Telemachus
  •       Eurymachus is talking to Odysseus about things that Antinous has done when Odysseus was not in Ithaca. Said that Antinous tried killing Odysseus' son. Eurymachus said that he would give him twenty oxen, bronze and gold for all the stuff they own him. Odysseus didn't accept.
  • The Scene of Penelope and Odysseus
  • Odysseyus killed the people one by one with his arrows, while Telemachus went to grab weapons, bow, and arrows. Then Odysseus and Telemachus kill all the suitors and people in the event.
  • The Scene of Penelope and Odysseus 
  • Telemachus tells his mother, Penelope, to trust that the beggar is Odysseus. Penelope said that she is not sure that he is Odysseus. She thinks that he might be another god pretending to be him. Penelope said that she will test him to make sure he is the real Odysseus. Meanwhile, Athena helps out Odysseus by making him look younger and good looking.
  • Penelope and Odysseus talk for a while. Penelope said that she is not sure if he is the person he is said to be.  Penelope tells Eurycelia to make a bed for Odysseus.  Penelope tells Eurycelia to "move" the bedstand and cover it with sheets.
  • Penelope and Odysseus are now in the bedroom and Odysseus notices something.  He noticed that the original bed might of been destroyed. Oydsseus knows that his bed cannot be moved because he made it himself. He made it out of a truck of olive tree. Odysseus was proved that he was the real Odysseus. Penelope was happy and in tears that he finally found Odysseus after twenty years.
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