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Beowulf sough out to find Grendel's mother for all of the threats that were received and after hearing about how she killed Esher, one of Hrothgar's thanes. After meeting, things became fierce, the fight lasted awhile. Soon Beowulf finally sliced the demon in half and cut her head off to show prof.
Beowulf brought the head of Grendel's mother back to Hrothgar, Welthow thanked Beowulf and gave him yet another party for his bravery. Beowulf felt the land was safe and returned to his land of the Geats.
Beowulf returned to his home receiving news that his beloved kind died in battle. Beowulf thus became king for awhile, keeping the city beautiful and safe. ____________________________________ A young thief knew about a place full of treasure, he traveled and found a tower. A dragon laid within the walls which startled the thief, he was not leaving without a prize, he stole a chamber or cup and left. The next morning the dragon awoken with a temper only to find the cup missing. In his rage he burned the cities were the herot stood. Seeking help yet again Hrothgar asked the older Beowulf to fight.
Beowulf and Wiglaf both traveled with a group of men to slay the dragon. Even though Beowulf is old he said, "Age nor beauty can define a warrior, only his will to fight." The dragon breathed fire in which was poisonous.
Beowulf started to fight dodging the fire left and right. The naggling he used was melted by the flames of the beast, he used his bear hands which seemed to do nothing. The dragon took a bite filling Beowulf with poisonous blood causing Beowulf to fall. Wiglaf comes over in shock and pierces the beast in his stomach, nearly killing him there.
The dragon flew away dieing in the air as Wiglaf dropped to his knees. Beowulf spoke his last words pleading, "Wiglaf, let my name be worshiped forever, bury me in a barrow at the top of the hill near the rivers." He died in Wiglaf's arms, Wiglaf then cried and went back to his city. Following Beowulf's request, he built a ground high above the waters and spoke about his bravery. THE END
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