Odysseus is a dynamic character because he is always changing and adapting to his surroundings. One of the best examples of this is when he meets Polyphemus, the Cyclops. When Polyphemus asks him who his people are and where they come from, Odysseus tells him that they are from Crete. This lie helps him avoid being eaten by the Cyclops, but it also causes a lot of problems later on in the story when Odysseus wants to go back home.
Odysseus is never content with staying in one place for too long and is always seeking new adventure. This can be seen when he leaves Calypso’s island after being trapped there for seven years. He then sets off on a journey across the ocean looking for new lands where he might find adventure or perhaps even his wife and son again.
Odysseus is very resourceful and is always able to find a way out of difficult situations. For example, when Odysseus first encounters Polyphemus and tells him that his people are from Crete instead of Ithaca so that Polyphemus won’t eat them all up (which would have been bad.