What does Charybdis do in the Greek myth book?
Charybdis was a once beautiful naiad who took the form a bladder of a creature, whose face is all mouth and has flippers as arms and legs. In some variations of her myths, she is a whirlpool. She resided by Scylla and caused the wrecks of many ships.
Can somebody help you write a origin of the rose myth with 2 gods and 2 mortal in a greek city minimum?
This is two questions, but both are answered the same way: no, and no. It is nearly impossible to name all the Greek myths because the myths don't have names or "titles", thus it is hard to separate them one from another as they were not intended to be "chapters" in a book. If so there would be at least three versions for every myth, including little changes and notes.