There was once a Geat warrior named Beowulf who arrived in the land of the Danes with his mind set to slay the beast, Grendel, who has been attacking Herot Hall for 12 winters. He arrived, presented himself to King Hrothgar, and then awaited for the beast for an epic battle.
Welcome, brave one! I am utterly grateful for your will to slay the beast. Come and do as needed.
It is me, the great Geat warrior, Beowulf, who has arrived to the Land of the Danes to slay the terrible beast Grendel.
Here begins the first battle: Grendel vs. Beowulf. Beowulf lets Grendel attack one of his men in order to see how to confront the beast. The battle begins...
Brace yourself, Grendel. I, Beowulf, the great Geat warrior, will slay you and bring you to your death as revenge for all those deaths you've committed.
After Beowulf defeats Grendel, he is confronted with another challenge: Grendel's mother. She seeks revenge after Beowulf savagely kills Grendel.
I see you want to fight me because I have murdered your son. I am up for the challenge. No matter how it hard becomes, I will prevail.
I may be old, but I still remain brave and strong enough to protect my people. I will fight such dragon and prove that I am the strongest one of them all and there will be no one else like me in history.
Now that Beowulf has defeated Grendel and his mother, there has been a moment a brief peace up until it is once again disturbed. A dragon begins to cause panic and once again its up to Beowulf, now old and less strong than before, to defeat the dragon.
Brave Beowulf! I have stayed by your side as a loyal follower. I will not let you die alone. I am utterly mad at those men who have betrayed the brotherhood and abandoned you. I have learned much from you. You will not be forgotten.
Now marks Beowulf's final battle. Totally defeated by the dragon, wounded and on the brink of death. His army has fallen back and abandoned him. Only one remains: Wiglaf. He helps slay the dragon and remains by Beowulf's side as he takes his final breaths.
Finally, Beowulf has been defeated and his ashes remain at this very tower: Beowulf's Tower. He was a noble and brave warrior who fought for a name and for his people. He will always be remembered as the greatest man alive. No other will be compared to him. He is the one and only epic hero ever known.