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After the end of the Trojan War, the Greeks are ready to go back home victorious. Every king with his own fleet is sailing away, intent upon returning home. Most of them arrive sooner or later, but it is the fate of Odysseus, King of Ithaca, to wander for ten long years – not because it was his wish, but because it was the will of the gods. According to Greek mythology, the gods rule over the lives of the mortals, but they always offer them opportunities to fight and change their fate. This is what happened to Odysseus.