A Homeric epic saint is viewed as over an ordinary person. The attributes of a commonplace epic legend are quality, devotion, valor, and insight. Truth be told, the Macmillan Dictionary for Students characterizes a saint as “one who is respected and turned upward to for valor, accomplishments, and honorable characteristics” (483). Odysseus satisfies the majority of the prerequisites for an epic saint and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. He shows his capacity to be a well-spoken speaker, and his balance helps him on his adventure. His unending interest has gotten him into difficulties, while his eminent presentations of solidarity and guile have helped both him and his team escape peril. His self-importance sets him back, however his devotion is the thing that drives him forward on his long and deceptive campaign. In the initial couple of lines of The Odyssey, Odysseus depicts himself as “impressive for cunning in harmony and war”. He realizes that he is a considerable adversary, and there are occurrences in which his trickiness has caused both amicability and viciousness. Regardless of what challenges Odysseus faces, he in every case unmistakably exhibits the qualities of an epic saint.