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"And this dragon's treasure, his gold and everything hidden in that tower, will be mine or war will sweep me to a bitter death!" (645-647)
The monster came quickly towards him, pouring out fire and smoke, hurrying to its fate. (678-680)
None of his comrades came to him, helped him, his brave and noble followers; they ran for their lives, fled deep in a wood. (706-709)
"And we must go to him, while angry flames burn at his flesh, help our glorious king! By almighty God, I'd rather burn myself than see flames swirling around my lord." (758-763)
Wiglaf and Beowulf kill the dragon, but the old king immortally wounded. As he dies, Beowulf asks Wiglaf to bring him the treasure that the dragon was guarding. (no line numbers)
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