Beowulf Storyboard

Beowulf Storyboard

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  • My mythical, magical, self is ready for this mysterious life.
  • These trees, the yellow orb are beautiful, which means my desire to devoted destruction.
  • I wonder what goes on in there?
  • Grendel is very young and coming into his very well known self.
  • I have made it to this place, these people getting shut-eye, they are in for a rude awakening.
  • Grendel was checking out the scenery and the environment around him. Which meant only one thing: destruction was on Grendel's mind.
  • They are finished, those weeping "warriors'" welts bring pleasantry to me, no one can seem to stop the Great Grendel.
  • Grendel discovers the Mead Hall where warriors had met to discuss plans, and spend time there. As states, "Then when darkness dropped, Grendel Went up to Herot, wondering what the warriors Would do in that hall when their drinking was done." (Beowulf 30-33). He would wonder what would be going on in there and wanted to follow the warriors inside.
  • Hahahahaha! You think you can stop me! No one shall!
  • We must fight!
  • Not Grendel!
  • Please no!
  • We must destroy this menace!
  • When he went inside he found people sleeping, as it was night. Which meant Grendel could do what he wanted without anyone knowing.
  • Grendel found going after humans amusing and he believed no one was match to him because of how powerful he was.
  • Grendel stopped anyone and everybody, it was too easy for him, as if it were a game. It states "So Grendel ruled, fought with the righteous, One against many, and won,"(Beowulf 59-60). No one stopped Grendel, leaving Herot a barren place, with only people that tried and failed to beat Grendel.
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