But no, it was not the gallant Odysseus’ fate
to finish Zeus’s rugged son with his sharp bronze,
so Pallas swung his fury against the Lycian front.
The Iliad, Book 5, lines 774-777. As Odysseus begins to kill multiple people, he goes towards Zeus’s son Sarpedon and almost kills him. But we are told it is not Odysseus’s fate to kill Sarpedon. Goddess Athena intervenes and turns Odysseus’s fury against the Lycian front, many of whom he kills.