Beowulf and his group of follows round up enough courage to go to Denmark, raise their swords, fight for the Danes, and prepare to fight the hideous monster, Grendel.
While Beowulf and his band of brave men are giving their all to beat the beast. It isn't enough. Grendel is bigger and stronger than all of the men combined.
Although Grendel was destroying all of the men, his time would soon come, to suffer with the other monsters down under.
Beowulf and Grendel are fighting. Beowulf hit Grendel with his sword in several places, cutting some limbs off of Grendel. He then fled back to his den, but Beowulf hurt him enough that he would soon die a slow death.
The Danes were so grateful for Beowulf defeating Grendel. They even threw a party to celebrate the death and defeat of Grendel.
While they were celebrating in the Hall, Grendel's monstrous mother came in grief for her, now dead, son came in with Herot dangling from her blood filled claws. Herot was one of the closest friends of Hrothgar, the Kings of Danes.