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Wiglaf was the only one who remained with Beowulf to make sure he had support. The heat of the dragon's flames burned Wiglaf's clothes off, he then was protected by Beowulf's shield from the flames. Beowulf swung the sword into the dragon's head, but it broke. The dragon then rushed over to Beowulf and then closed its teeth around his neck, pouring out blood.
The strong king had his trusty shield and his sword and ventured on the cliff towards the dragon's lair, to face the dragon. He would not take the coward's way in.
Even though Wiglaf's hand was burned, he grabbed the sword and drove it into the the foe's stomach. Beowulf then gained the upperhand and stabbed the foe which ended his life.
The dragon let out poisonous breath, he then raised his shield to block the breath. Beowulf drew his sword to the dragon who he feared and the dragon feared him as well.
The dragon charged at him, Beowulf lifted up his shield to protect him but it did him no good as the shield gave way. He then tried striking the dragon but once again another of his possessions failed him.
The young warrior seeking adventure went back into the lair for the treasure that Beowulf requested. He grabbed as many as he could then rushed back to Beowulf.
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