Beowulf Story board

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  • From his home of despair and hatred, Grendel comes to the mead hall in Hrothgar to kill multiple men and then consuming them. Grendel leaves the mead hall with a full belly and a heart full of hate.
  • The Wrath of Grendel
  • Beowulf hears of the demon that is terrorizing the Herot hall and asks the wise men for a quest so he can go and defeat this demon. Omens were all good so Beowulf took 14 of his bravest warriors to Hrothgar's kingdom to rid the place of its evil and presence of demons.
  • The Coming of Beowulf
  • The battle between Grendel and Beowulf was legendary. Grendel is out on his nightly hunt looking for more men to devour then he comes across Beowulf who wakes immediately and starts to fight Grendel bare-handed! Beowulf defeats Grendel by tearing his entire arm from Grendel's body as Grendel retreats to die in his swampy cave.
  • The Battle with Grendel
  • The battle with Grendel's mother was a tough and nearly impossible fight. With her curse that dulls all mortal blades, Beowulf had to fight the she beast with his bare hands until he spotted the goblin-made sword on the wall and he then grabbed and used the sword to kill the she-beast then he went to take Grendel's head as his prize to show to the king.
  • The Battle with Grendel's Mother
  • In his final battle, Beowulf plans on fighting a dragon for the large amount of gold hidden away in the tower. The dragon breaths his merciless flames onto Beowulf, melting his shield. He shatters his blade on the dragon's neck, now defensless and wounded Higlac comes in and helps Beowulf defeat the mighty dragon and help him claim one more victory!
  • The Last Battle
  • After Beowulf died, he was cremated and was buried with his treasures. His men built the towers that he requested before he died so sailors and explorers can see and find Beowulf's victory for many miles away, and so that they can always remember their brave and honorable lord.
  • The Farewell
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