A Coggle Diagram about Accepting the Call (Gilgamesh accepted the call to hill Humbaba when he summons his courage. " We must drive the evil from this world." (91)), The Call to Adventure (Gilgamesh himself is the call because he wanted to make a name for himself and be popular with his achievements so he told himself that going on the quest to kill Humbaba was the right thing to do. Gilgamesh tried to explain to Enkidu, "now we must travel to the cedar forest where the Humbaba lives.We must kill him and drive out all the evil from this world." (91) What about his quest for immortality?), Supernatural Aid (In my opinion, supernatural aid in this story would be the Gods because they are always helping when he asks for help or they are capable of helping. The gods are used against him by Shamaat but they use their magic to help.
I don't follow this. Shamash helped him kill Humbaba.), Talisman (Gilgamesh has no talisman), Master of two Worlds/Restoring the World, Tests and Supreme ordeal, Refusal of the Quest (Gilgamesh was scared of the Humbaba when he saw him so he started to rethink the quest. "Attack him! Now!" (117) Who says this? Why this quotation?), Reward and the Journey home, Allies and Helpers (Gilgamesh’s allie would be Enkidu because, when he was alive, he was always there. Being his double he knew what Gilgamesh wanted to do and how he thought so he could encourage him to make the right decisions. Many more allies: the Scorpion People, Shiduri, Urshanabi, Utnapishtim.), The Ordinary World (Gilgamesh's 'ordinary world' is Uruk because that is where he lives. Before and after traveling the world that is where he decides to live. He spends most of his time here because he is king. The narrator explains "the city is his possession." (72) Why? How does he behave?) and