The Battle with the Dragon -Beowulf-

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  • Amanda Swetky 9/20/2016 Mrs. Castagno
  • The Battle with the dragon -Beowulf-
  • Come out, great dragon, and face me! Your days of terrorizing my kingdom are over!!
  • English 12A Storyboard Portfolio Final draft
  • Beowulf and his small band of soldiers enter the great dragons lair. The air is hot from the dragon's breath. They are surrounded by smooth cave walls and gigantic pillars. Sharp stalagmites grow from the ceiling of the cave.Beowulf hollers out, beckoning the dragon out from the back of the deep cave where it was slumbering.
  • I will not leave my lord, not when he needs me the most. My lord brought us all into this battle, even when he had planned to fight it alone! I will not abandon my lord, who gave me so much to live for!!!
  • The dragon appears, spouting red-hot flames that lap at Beowulf and his soldiers shields. Beowulf's soldiers turn and run in fear, leaving Beowulf and one young soldier alone. The dragon towers over Beowulf and Wiglaf, a low growl emanating from deep in his chest. He opens his great mouth and roars, the sound shaking the walls and making spikes drop from the ceiling.
  • The dragons sweltering flames melted Beowulf's shield. One swipe of his mighty paw and Beowulf is thrown into a pillar. He slides slowly to the rocky ground. He catches the dragons paw as he swats at him again. Wiglaf, the young soldier who stayed, stood and watched in shock.
  • Beowulf was injured badly. The dragon was stronger than him. Wiglaf gathered his wits, raised his sword and shouted words of wisdom, courage, and comfort.
  • When the dragon turned towards Wiglaf, the young man charged. He narrowly avoided the boiling hot flames, and thrust his sword into the dragons flesh. Beowulf, albeit injured, used his remaining strength to slice the dragons head off, ending its reign of terror.
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