Rescue from the Underworld;Although the Theros set was, of course, based on Greek Mythology as a jumping-off point, I used that card to tap into the kind of atmospheric existential scenes I’ve been painting since I was young. With Charon, the ferryman, crossing the River Styx to pick up the waiting passenger (or is he dropping off a resurrected soul?), it’s clearly confronting a question of mortality through a very enduring image.
"May Zeus and all the gods give you your hearts desire"(Homer 249). I think this is important because it shows how much Odysseus believes is the Gods. I also think this is important because it shows that Odysseus is a thankful person.