Lord Hrothgar don't worry I will avenge your best man.
Hmm may this fight might be my last but Fate will decide who is the victor!!
U GOT THISSS!
To save her life she moved still faster, Took a single victim and fled from the hall,Running to the moors, discovered, but her supper,Assured, sheltered in her dripping claws.She’d taken Hrothgar’s closest friend,The man he most loved of all men on earth;She’d killed a glorious soldier, cut, A noble life short. -Lines 410-416
I will kill you!!!!!!
Devastated by the loss of his friend, Hrothgar sends for Beowulf and recounts what Grendel’s mother has done. Then Hrothgar describes the dark lake where Grendel’s mother has dwelt with her son.- Prologue before the fight
I DID IT I KILLED HER!!!! XD
They live in secret places, wind Cliffs, wolf-dens where water pours From the rocks, then runs underground, where mist Steams like black clouds. - Lines 425-428
Im Beowulf the Legends of Legends and they will tell my story for years to come! :)
He raised,His arms and seized her by the shoulder; anger,Doubled his strength, he threw her to the floor.She fell, Grendel’s fierce mother, and the Geats’ Proud prince was ready to leap on her. But she rose,At once and repaid him with her clutching claws, Wildly tearing at him.-Lines 492-498
Then he saw, hanging on the wall, a heavy, Sword, hammered by giants, strong,And blessed with their magic, the best of all weapons,But so massive that no ordinary man could lift,,Its carved and decorated length. He drew it,From its scabbard, broke the chain on its hilt,And then, savage, now, angry,And desperate, lifted it high over his head, And struck with all the strength he had left,Caught her in the neck and cut it through, Broke bones and all.-Lines 513-523
That the Danes, seated in Herot, should see it. Soon, fourteen Geats arrived At the hall, bold and warlike, and with Beowulf,Their lord and leader, they walked on the mead-hall Green. Then the Geats’ brave prince entered Herot, covered with glory for the daring Battles he had fought; he sought Hrothgar To salute him and show Grendel’s head. - Lines 594-601