Odysseus, the hero of Homer’s Odyssey, is an incredibly brave and courageous warrior. He is also very clever and resourceful, able to think on his feet and come up with strategies when it matters most—for example, when he needs to come up with a plan to defeat the Cyclops Polyphemus.
Odysseus is also fiercely loyal to his friends and family, and will do whatever it takes to protect them—such as when he volunteers himself as tribute for his men in order to save them from being eaten by the Cyclops Polyphemus.
However, Odysseus can also be quite impulsive and rash at times. He can also be stubborn, refusing to back down even when it might be the wiser course of action—such as when he refuses to listen to Tiresias’ advice about how best to escape Hades after meeting with Achilles’ ghost.