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  • After Beowulf left Herot and returned home to King Higlac and told of his adventures battling Grendel and Grendel's mother. Beowulf presents Higlac with some of the treasure he earned in his adventures. Then, Higlac was killed in battle and, even though he wasn't blood related to Higlac, everything that belonged to Higlac soon became Beowulf's. He ruled for 50 years without any trouble.
  • A slave ran away from his over-powering ruler and found the dragon's tower, and he took the gem covered without knowing the meaning of it. The dragon saw the cup was missing and swore to find whoever took it.
  • I'll just take this goblet. No one will notice.
  • The dragon went on a rampage trying to find whoever took his goblet. The dragon burned down houses and villages searching.
  • Beowulf's castle and everyone in it immediately became the dragon's main target, and is burned to the ground. He begins to plot his revenge against the dragon . He asks for a shield from the iron-smith, one that he hopes will stand up against the fire of the dragon. He doesn't want to assemble a huge army, and, remembered how he defeated Grendel with no weapon. He felt no fear against the dragon.
  • Beowulf went on his way to fight the mighty dragon. When he got there and went to begin he hacked and chopped at the dragon's scales, but only for his sword to break. Wiglaf quickly rushes to Beowulfs aid and starts hitting the dragon. The dragon bites Beowulfs neck and he soon realizes the bite was poisonous and that he is dying.
  • I have to fight the dragon!
  • Beowulf got his final wish of getting a portion of the treasure that was the dragons. He also got his desired burial, which was to be created into a mead.
  • Bring me a portion of the dragon's treasure before I die,
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