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I am Beowulf!
Are you ready?
Yup, I bet you that I'm faster!
"Are you the Beowulf who took on Breca in a swimming match on the open sea, risking the water just to prove that you could win?" (lines 506-508)
"We'd been children together and we grew up daring ourselves to outdo each other, boasting and urging each other to risk our lives on the sea." (lines 535-538)
"My hard-ringed chain mail, hand-forged and linked, a fine, close-fitting filigree of gold, kept me safe when some ocean creature pulled me to the bottom." (lines 551-554)
"Time and again, foul things attacked me, lurking and stalking, but I lashed out, gave as good as I got with my sword." (lines 559-561)
"... My sword had killed nine sea-monsters. Such night-dangers and hard ordeals I have never heard of nor a man more desolate in surging waves." (lines 574-578)
"Now I cannot recall any fight you entered, Unferth, that bears comparison. I don't boast when I say that neither you nor Breca were ever much celebrated for swordsmanship or facing danger on the field of battle." (lines 582-587)
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