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Meanwhile, while King Beowulf was in his home, he heard news that the dragon had attacked the village, and caused horrendous damages upon his once peaceful village.
King Beowulf, your people are in dire need of a hero who is fearless to save them from this vicious beast!
The Battle with the Dragon
Dragon, you have burned up the houses of my people, I have felt the scorching heat you have spawned with your fire breathing mouth! I am here to fight you, I have survived against others more powerful than you.
King Beowulf lead his army to defeat this dragon. He felt the heat of the fire against him like burning coals that hissed at his skin outside of his medal armor.
Just then Beowulf discovered news that his hall, his throne, and the best of buildings has been melted away by the dragons scorching fiery breath. When Beowulf heard this news he wanted to avenge this dragon for what he had done. Beowulf felt his head growing heavy as if there had been a rock placed on top of it. He was ready to find the dragon and slay him.
As they approached the dragon, he got up and Beowulf drew grabbed the hilt of his sword and prepared for battle. As the dragon and Beowulf fought, all of Beowulf's men fled with fear. The only man who stayed to help Beowulf fight was Wiglaf.
Just then the dragon struck his claws into Beowulf's neck, drawing blood. The king fell to the ground in pain, but still swinging his sword viciously at the monster. The king gripped his blistered hands tighter around his dagger, and split the dragon. The dragon had died, and Beowulf felt the venom in his veins. Beowulf had died, but he died a hero.
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