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Everything is the same until the stringing of the bow except Telemachus doesnt know about Odysseus Odysseus who currently looks like an old man tries to string the bow but fails The leader of the suitors Antimous strings the bow and shoots through the twelve axis Odysseus pleads with Antimous to have another go He accepts as Odysseus is an old man and he surely couldnt do it Odysseus attempts and gets it through all twelve axis Queen Penelope comes down and now has to choose Odysseus says I am Odysseus but she doesnt believe him She chooses Antimous as he is a young handsome man but the other man is old Odysseus shouts Athene change me back All the suitors laugh out aloud as nothing happens A few days later they are about to get married when Odysseus ruins the wedding by messing up the room Telemachus challenges him to a fight Odysseus doesnt fight back as he is his only son Before Telemachus kills Odysseus Odysseus says I forgive you As soon as he dies Athene turns his appearance back into the Odysseus with was about to go to troy Telemachus has a flash back of being in his dads arms and he realises that he has killed his dad He commits suicide with the same sword he killed his dad with Penelope comes and sees the body She says it is a joke from the gods which was intended to hurt her on her wedding day She just mourns for her son Then Hermes comes and announces that the Gods were unhappy at her disrespect for Odysseus and her blaming the gods Also she hadnt kept faithful to Odysseus and as a punishment she was immortal Any more offspring would be mortal and now she has to see all of her friends die when she doesnt Also this means that she cannot meet up in the underworld with Odysseus and Telemachus From
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