Beowulf's battle vs the dragon

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I write a tale about Beowulfs mighty battle vs the dragon.

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  • The dawn of the dragon, Beowulf has become king but a young boy steals a horn highly detailed gold horn from a cave with a inhuman like glow to it. Beowulf has seen that horn before and ask the boy if he had seen a women in that cave with it.
  • Beowulf asked the boy in a depressed way seeking out information to if the women was still their that had granted him the right to be king and caused this to happen. In exchange he was to give her a child. He continued to question the boy as if he had even seen a child in the cave too.
  • During his conversation, news about a dragon approaching the castle broke out. So beowulf prepared for the battle against the dragon not knowing it may be his last battle.
  • Beowulf prepared in chain-mail and with a sword and head out to face the dragon. Learning that the dragon happened to be in the same place as grendels mother. He headed to its lair to face it in a great battle that will be Beowulfs last.
  • He gets to the dragon. Which, Upon seeing the dragon. It was a giant monster with a long slender neck and humongous wings. His color resembled the color of the horn with a yet bright shiny gold look he was massive in all ways. Beowulf did not sway and simply prepared for a great battle with his sword in his right hand and a look of bravery on his face.
  • He had a gallant battle. They fought and eventually he ended up taking the dragons heart and crushing it with his hands at the cost of his own life and the dragons. In the end it turned out the dragon was the child that he had given grendals mother. Then that was the end of Beowulf and his incredible battles.
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