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Samantha Pollard English 12 09-16-2016 Ms. Castagno
Hello, my name is Hrothgar. I am the King of the Ancient Danes. My kingdom has a strong military force. I have a monument dedicated after me and all of my achievements since I have been king. It is a mead-hall called Heorot, where my peasants drink beer with me. Our land is peaceful and happy, where we are barely disturbed, and we can live our lives happy and in harmony. Time for me to go drink with my loyal men.
I am Grendel. I have decended from the wicked man, Cain, who murdered his own brother... Wait a minute. What is that noise I hear? I can barely stand to listen! It's the king and his men singing songs about... GOD? My ears are peircing! Bleeding! My body is enraged with fiery anger and hatred towards the lord and his men singing about how God created these lands. They won't be ready when I strike! I am mad!
I have reigned over this kingdom for 12 years now, murdering and torturing the civilians, and their so-called king. No one can stop me, for I am so powerful, there is no challenge that could defeat me. There is no hope for this village, only pain and suffering for all of eternity. I show no mercy to anyone who speaks the name of the Lord. I am the type of evil to show no mercy to anyone. Not even a comrade.
My name is Bewoulf. I have come here with my men because I am the greatest hero alive. I owe my loyalty to the precious king of Geatland, Hygelac. So, I have come here to help Hrothgar defeat Grendel, the demon. I brought my strongest men and forces to fight. Grendel will suffer the consequences for which his actions have caused.
Hello Bewoulf. I am the guard of the gates for our kingdom. I am aware you are here to serve Hygelac. I believe you are a very well respected hero of your nation. Please welcome yourself into our home and help save us from mass destruction of Grendel! Our king, Hrothgar needs you and your men immediately! I don't know how much longer we can take this.
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