Which Character From The Odyssey Are You?

Inspired by the characters of Homer's Odyssey.

bwelts
Created By bwelts
On Jan 25, 2016

Where would you like to live the most?

Which food do you like the most?

What is most important to you in life?

Which hobby do you enjoy the most?

How would others describe you?

Which animal do you like the most?

Who would you like to have as your father the most?

If you had a choice, which species would you like to be in?

Odysseus

Odysseus

You are a brave, strong, and clever warrior of the Trojan War. You are also the King of Ithaca and are known best for the ten years it took for you to return home from the Trojan War, as well as your rivalry with Poseidon.

Polyphemus

Polyphemus

You are a very apathetic cyclops and the son of Poseidon. You only care about two things in life: your sheep and your food. You trap Odysseus and his crew in your cave and eat a few of them, but due to your ignorance Odysseus tricks you and escapes.

Circe

Circe

You are a lonely sorceress that finds entertainment in turning men into animals (pigs in the Odyssey).. You fall in love with Odysseus and enjoy his company for a year, but you let him go because you are so selfless and are fine with only having pets to live with. You are the "cat lady" of Greek mythology.

Calypso

Calypso

You are a greedy nymph who enchants Odysseus with your beautiful singing voice. You fall in love with Odysseus and keep him as your prisoner for seven years. Unfortunately, Odysseus isn't as devoted to the relationship as you are and he leaves to get back home to his wife, Penelope.

Athena

Athena

You are the goddess of wisdom, purposeful battle, and the womanly arts. You are a good friend and ally of Odysseus and help him and his son, Telemachus, as much as possible and always defend them, especially in meetings on Mount Olympus.

Poseidon

Poseidon

You are the vengeful god of the sea. After Odysseus blinds your son, Polyphemus, you make it very clear that you hate Odysseus by putting many obstacles, like storms, in his voyage back to Ithaca to punish him.