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"Beowulf, you have done us many good deeds, and helped my people greatly. Please take this treasures as our thank you for what you have done for us!"
"This is for Beowulf, thank you for protecting our land and getting rid of that terrible curse."
"Thank you Horthgar, and thank you Welthow."
"Thank you Beowulf for keeping my people same and helping us get through this very hard time. We will always remember you in our hearts and minds for what you have done."
"Thank you for allowing us to stay here and for all the treasures you have gave us, but we must get back to our king now."
"I, Beowulf, am now the king of the Geats. I promise to protect this land to the best of my ability. I am going to try to be just as good as our past 2 kings Higlac and Herdred."
A slave then steals a cup from a dragon in order to make peace with his master. He awoke a powerful dragon and it attacked the Geats.
("I sold my life for this treasure, and I sold it well. take what I leave, Wiglaf, lead my people, help them, my time is gone. Have the brave Geats build me a tomb, when the funeral flames have burned me, and built it here, at the waters edge, high on this spit of land, so sailors can see this tower, and remember my name, and call it Beowulf's tower, and boats in the darkness and mist, crossing the sea, will know it.")
"I will do my best my brave king"
"Beowulf, our great king was killed by the powerful dragon, before he died he killed the dragon and the dragon bit him in the neck. He told me to protect the Geats and we shall build a great tower in his name so that every man to live will know the name of our wonderful king, Beowulf"
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