Beowulf story scene
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This story takes place in Denmark & Sweden, in Scandinavia. It was a village like scene and was dawn time. It was written in between 700-1000 AD. There was a slave that worked in a village, and was very upset and just wanted something to make him feel worthy.
One day as he went out to get some wood for fire, as he was walking on the trail he walks by this cave and seen some gold. Dragons during that time love their treasure and count them everyday. As he went closer he see's a cup and takes it and walks back to his village.
As dragon woke up from nap, he notice right away that some of his treasure was missing. And the dragon was really upset because his treasure was like his baby and he really cared for his treasure. So right away he thought it was the village, that he first seen.
As, soon as the dragon got to the village, the dragon was so furious that his treasure was missing that he started to blow down the village with his very hot, firing breath. The village looked like a big, ball of black smoke. And the dragon just kept blowing fire until he saw his treasure again.
So Beowulf, the king of another village and town, decided to try and take down the big, black fire blowing dragon. He felt the need take it down himself because everyone was too afraid. Beowulf had three warriors and only one stayed to make sure Beowulf was okay and that was Wiglaf. The Dragons' fire was so strong and hot that it melted the sword and shield.
As, the fire started burning the sword and shield Wiglaf, stepped in and try to defend Beowulf but the dragon's blood from biting Beowulf was poisonous and it got to the point where he couldn't stand no longer. So Wiglaf had to use a small spear and in a moment the dragon was down. Beowulf told Wiglaf grab some of the treasure and before Beowulf's passing he told Wiglaf he wanted a barrow and named him King of the Geats.
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