Welcome one and all! Tonight we celebrate the greatness of our people and commune with one another! Eat, drink, and be merry!
Here we find ourselves in the mead hall of the Danes, called Herot. The Danes are celebrating merrily... little do they know a monster lurks nearby....
The cacophony! I can't take the noise! I must kill the Danes to stop that harsh discordance.
We now meet our first villain, the treacherous Grendel. Wallowing in misery, he announces his plan to silence the noisy Danes
You've met your match Grendel! I've fought more monsters than you can count. You're just another simple conquest and soon to be a distant memory.
What strength! I've never encountered such a ferocious warrior; surely my end is near...
Grendel comes once again to feast on Danes, but this time Beowulf is there to protect the Danes.
Following his conquest over Grendel, Beowulf decides to pursue an even greater evil: Grendel's mother.
Prepare to meet your end, foul beast! They say you're impossible to defeat, but there has never been a stronger warrior than I.
Beowulf's final battle is against the ferocious dragon; the Geats prove which of themselves are loyal and which are not. Beowulf confirms his heroism in the defeat of the dragon and the delivery of riches and treasure.
You've been a loyal soldier; critical in the slaying on this dragon. My time has come, and all I ask is that you, Wiglaf, build a grand tower to honor my name.
Beowulf, oh great king, your time has come for rest. Your name shall live on forever.
Beowulf King of the Geats
Wiglaf and the loyal Geats build a large tower to honor their late king Beowulf, and proceed to lament his death and honor him.