The Shepard of Evil, Grendel, sneakingly came to the mead hall in the middle of the night. He had a mission to bring destruction on Herot.
Grendel brought suffering to thirty men in their now never-ending sleep. The sin stained demon struck the village with an unexpected blow, bringing pain among them. He quickly smashed them all in their sleep and departed rapidly, dragging their bodies with him like they were nothing.
Higlac's follower Beowulf then came to Hrothgar and told him how he will rid Herot of the collector of bones. Beowulf said that he would be a lone wolf in the fight with no weapons to show that he wasn't a coward.
Beowulf waited for the moment when Grendel would run into the mead hall and try to gather more of Hrothgar's men. Beowulf lied there waiting for the enormous monster to appear. Then when Grendel tried to grab Beowulf, he snatched Grendel by the claw. Grendel yelped at the sighed that he was seized. The strong-hearted Beowulf had defeated Grendel and got his arm as a trophy.
Then, the heavy-hearted mother came to herot and get revenge for her son's death. She effortlessly sprinted through all the Danes and snatched one priceless victim, the best friend of the king. So then the fearless Beowulf left to fight the mother of the wicked Grendel.
The over-powered beast clashed with Beowulf, scratching at his armor. She had worn him down but he still had high hope and never gave up. He leaped over and grabbed a sword that was hammered by giants. He slashed her neck and she dropped to the floor. He then went over to the lifeless body of Grendel, cut his head off, and took his head and the hilt of the sword up to his world as his prize.