Beowulf's Battle with the Dragon Scene
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The scene choosen very carefully in Beowulf is the scene when Beowulf fought the dragon. When Beowulf defeated Grendel's mother, he became very old. Before the battle with the dragon started, Beowulf and all of his men were honored by the Geats and Danes. When he became very old, a dragon threatened his kingdom.
Before the exciting battle starts, the dragon viciously attacks Beowulf's kingdom and his men with fire breath and smoke. Next, Beowulf planed to destroy the dragon with a shield for battle that is made of iron. He knew this because wood would be useless, that no shield made of wood could help him, protect him, in the breath of fire from the beats's mouth.
When the awesome battle starts with Beowulf and the Dragon, the dragon starts to attack angrily at Beowulf with his fire breath. Then, the smoke filled the room and the earth rumbled. When Beowulf came near the room, he put his shield into place and held it in front of him.
When the dragon coiled and uncoiled, its heart urging it into battle. Next, the Geats' Great prince drew out his ancient sword which was waiting, unsheathed, and sharp and gleaming blade. When the beast came closer and closer, both of them were ready, each set on slaughter. Beowulf was waiting behind his high shield and his very shiny armor.
The monster hurriedly came to Beowulf shooting out his fiery breath along with smoke, hurrying to its fate. When Beowulf used his shield, it protected him for a while, but he began to notice that the iron shield began to melt. He knew that he fought with fate against him. Next, he finally raised his sword and struck at the dragon's very scaly hide but the ancient sword broke into little bits and pieces.
When the very ancient sword went into the dragon's skin, it drew blood but cracked. Next, the dragon leaped with pain, thrashed and attacked at him, spitting murderous flames, spreading them everywhere. Finally, the dragon very quickly came at Beowulf, encouraged as he fell back. The monstrous beast's breath flared, and he suffered, wrapped around in swirling flames. At the end Beowulf died of an excruciating death.
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