Story Board Beowulf

Story Board Beowulf
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Isabel Mirandés English 12B2

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  • After a night of laughter and drinking the Danes pass out at Herot Hall. While they sleep, a horrible beast, named Grendel, strikes the mead hall eating the Danes alive.
  • Ha ha, delicious humans. Their feast has ended but my has only begun 
  • Thank you for coming to help my people. 
  • After 12 years of Grendel's attacks and the Danes leaving their kingdom, Beowulf , a brave hero from Geatland, arrives and vows to protect the Danes from any further attacks by killing the beast.
  • It is my pleasure. I vow to defeat Grendel and protect your people from any further damage.
  • Thank you for your bravery! you have saved the Geats we are indebted to you!.
  • After easily defeating Grendel with his bare hands, Beowulf saves the Geats and they celebrate his triumph. Grendel's arm is hung in the mead hall as a symbol of victory.
  • After Grendel's death, Grendel's mother avenges his death by returning to the hall. Beowulf returns to kill the beast. Even though he struggles in the fight he is able to defeat Grendel's mother.
  • I will defeat you! You will harm the Danes no more!
  • At 60 years old, Beowulf, King of Geats, fights his last battle against a dragon that has awaken up near his kingdom. As a devoted king, he fought the dragon with his all, resulting in severe wounds.
  • You filthy dragon. You will no longer pose a threat to my people. They are safe forever. 
  • Beowulf died a great king and savior of the Geats. His bravest soldier, Wiglaf, stayed by his side until his passing and covered him in gold.
  • Thank you for your braveness, Beowulf. You were a great king and hero to all. 
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