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Many centuries ago, there was a profoundly not to mention deadly monster. He was indefatigably infuriated with a man named Herot and his illustrious warriors.
Thinking of the warriors and their families feasting and dancing about the halls of the village with the finest of wines and spirits, boasting about Herot's bravery and accomplishments, Grendel became overwhelmed by his blood thirsty desires.
As Grendel could not hold his blood thirst anymore. He fled from his dwelling in the night and showed up to herots halls thinking he would see them all dining and dancing with high spirits, but no he found them all fast asleep.
As Grendel saw all of this. He began ripping them apart and feasting on their blood. His teeth sank in to flesh as his satisfaction began to calm. But he was quiet enough to not wake up anyone he was sinking his claws into and shredding to pieces while enjoying the taste of the blood from the warriors.
Grendel stands there, looking at all of the pleasing work he had done to Herot's warriors. Knowing that Herot was guarded and fast asleep he was tempted to run up to his room and eat his brains out so he did not every have to hear men praising him again. But he was going to wait, as much as it killed him there will be a time. So he fled in the night.
As the sun arose, Herot and everyone say what the demon of a monster had done to his warriors. He was in agony from knowing he was fast asleep while Grendel was tearing through flesh and eating his men alive. Grendel would never pay for this. Herot was saddened over his men's losses and the blood thirst of Grendel, but then became blood thirsty for Grendel. Grendel was going to die . Just not quite so soon.
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