Beowulf Vs. Grendel (Battle #1)
By sshaw444, Updated
Sarah Shaw- 1st period
Grendel knows swords too well; they won't kill him the slightest bit. I'll have to fight him with my bare hands; God will decide the victor from there. (ch.10 lines 650-700)
We thank God for you, Beowulf! May you use your strength to defeat the monster who has terrorized us for 12 years ( Winters, per se)!! (Ch. 10 lines 700-750)
The sin-scather, Cain's descendant, makes his way to meet the bone-adorned prince. (Ch. 12 lines 750-800)
Grendel's gruesome hell forged hands are no match for grilling up a gory battle against Beowulf. (Ch.12 lines 800-836)
I, Beowulf, Edgetho's son, seized Cain's descendent, splurged his blood all over this sacred place, in regards to scorching thy creature for God's punishment takes reign over him! (Ch. 12-14 lines 836-1200)
Congrats Beowulf! I shall praise you with my horses and gold for Grendel's arm! (Ch.15-18 1230-1250)
*To Hrothgar* I've heard you wanted to adopt Beowulf as your son; if you'd like, you're free to do so! (Ch. 18 lines 1300-1330)
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