A Coggle Diagram about The Call to Adventure (Gilgamesh gets annoyed by Ishtar's flirting. "Why would I want to be the lover/of a broken oven that fails in the cold [. . .]" 132 How is this a call to adventure?, When Gilgamesh realizes that Enkidu is dead. "I mourned him,/ until a maggot fell out of his nose." 167 and Gilgamesh wants to go kill Humbaba and make a lasting name for himself. "I will stamp my fame on men's minds forever." 95), Refusal of the Quest (Gilgamesh gets a little scared when Humbaba starts to talk to them. "Gilgamesh backed away, [. . .] [he is] too afraid to go on." 123, When Gilgamesh tries to convince Ishtar not to like him. "Which of your husband's did you love forever?" 133 What quest? and Gilgamesh has sorrow over Enkidu's death. "Must I die too? Must I be as lifeless/as Enkidu?" 159), Allie/Helpers (Enkidu helps Gilgamesh kill the Bull of Heaven. "Gilgamesh seized it by the tail and set his foot/on its haunch [. . .]" 138, The scorpion people help him. This is a brave man driven by despair [. . .]" 162. Shiduri telling Gilgamesh to find Urshanabi. "The one/man who can help you is Urshanabi, Utnapishtim's boatman." 170 What about Utnapishtim? and Enkidu helped convince Gilgamesh to kill Humbaba. "I will stand by you. Now let us attack." 124), Entering the Unknown (They start off to Humbaba. "They traveled for just three days and nights,/a six weeks' journey for ordinary men." 109, When Enkidu helps Gilgamesh kill the Bull of Heaven. "Gilgamesh seized it by the tail and set his foot/on its haunch [. . .]" 138 The unknown?? and When Gilgamesh starts running down the path. "He began to run. For one hour he ran, [. . .]" 163 Where?), Test & the Supreme Ordeal, Reward and Journey Home, Supernatural Aid (When Ninsun gives the her blessing. "[. . .] protect my son, in your great mercy [. . .]"101 Who does she pray to? and Gilgamesh's strength cuttingdown the punting poles. "[. . .] he cut down three hundred punting' poles, each/a hundred feet long [. . .]" 172 An aid is something outside of him.), The Ordinary World (Gilgamesh was from Uruk. He did not have to listen to anyone. "The city is he possession, he struts/through it, arrogant, [. . .]" 72 What is his position in Uruk? Why doesn't he listen to anyone?), Master of Two Worlds (He accepted he can not live forever. "Gilgamesh/said to Ursanabi, 'This is/the wall of Uruk [. . .]" 198 Why does he show the city to Urshanabi?) and Alexis, You have some important and detailed information here. Some of it is inaccurate, however.