Telemachus, son of Odysseus

With Nestor

Helped by your trusty Mentor, you sneak away to sandy Pylos avoiding telling your mother anything of your plans. In Pylos, the venerable Nestor entertains you and tells you long and fascinating tales about what they all got up to at Troy, and what happened to them afterwards. Agamemnon got murdered, and his son Orestes is already famous for avenging him (now there's a fine example for all young Greek males!) Others like Diomedes, Neoptolemus and Nestor himself got back safely. But no news of Odysseus since his ship got blown off course …


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