Beowulf and the dragon (part 1)
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The loud, thumping footsteps could be heard of the fiery beast as he charged with haste towards the fallen Old King.
Beowulf laid there, struggling to get up as the scaly monster unleashed its blaring flames to him.
The Old king had been engulfed by the fiery wrath. It coiled around him like a snake and began simmering away at his skin instantly.
Beyond the flames, you could hear the scrambles of multiple footsteps. Beowulf’s men had fled the battle. They had left The King to bake.
As Beowulf began to tenderize, he felt a jolt at his neck! The beast had pierced him with its large fangs. Soon the king felt his life force draining before him. But what was this? It was the sight of a figure standing before Beowulf. It was Wiglaf!
He stared down at his suffering leader, then back at the menacing beast as he punctured it’s lower back. The beast let out a agonized shriek as its flames turn to nothing more than embers. With the beast severely weakened, Beowulf unsheathed his dagger, struggling to hold it with his burned hands. Then the beast was finished once and for all. With one quick succession, the monster’s body was split into two like cutting butter. The beast let out one last shriek. It gasped and gagged for air until it couldn’t. Both of the men gave a cheeky grin as they brought cheer to their valiant victory.
Beogulf felt the wound left by the beast. It pulsated and gave of a strong sting. His vision started to grow darker and darker. He could feel incineration throughout his entire body. It was like the beast still had him in his flames. He felt it growing larger and larger.
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