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Grendel's steps were wide. With each step, the Monsters’s massive, dry feet flew, one after the other. The floor seemed to be in disarray due to his agility. "His eyes gleamed in the darkness, burned with a gruesome light". Before any of the soldiers even had their chance to be awoken, Grendel extinguished the life of a Geat.
. Torn apart instantly, then drained of blood. "The bounty before me is exquisite, a divine-delicacy, unkept and delightfully vulnerable" Unknowing to Grendel, fate had a horrid future arranged for the beast. Hardly satisfied with taking only one life, the monster moved on to his next target.
Laying before Grendel was the Geat called Beowulf. Without particular concern for the identity of his next target, he lunged his "claws" towards the laying man. His limb was immediately seized, never had Grendel “met a man whose hands were harder". Frozen in shock, Grendel's thinking was paused. Once he realized his situation, "His mind flooded with fear".
The creature was psychotic to regain his composure. Grendel had never shown such fear or cowardice to anyone. Grendel wished for "nothing more but to escape". Resisting the creature before him with every ounce of his might to escape against such being, but to no avail. Grendel lost his will and strength, his limbs destroyed and his body mangled.
Beowulf, however, was far from finished. With his powerful grip tightening each second, Grendel's body began to crumble to the unfathomable strength delivered by the greatest Geat warrior. With an ear curdling crack, the bones of such monster crumbled in Beowulf’s grip. Beowulf tore the arm from Grendel, along with a large portion of the connecting torso.
Grendel scampered to the marsh in which he fearfully hid his presence. The monster made coward festered in both physical pain as well as mental trauma. As Grendel slowly died, the darkness chewed at his soul. His lifetime of cowardly acts and maliciousness left his afterlife but nothing but an emptiness. His soul was to vanish. The only thing to be spoken of him were to be of their hate and disrespect towards him.
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