I have arrived at my favorite late-night restaurant, Herot Hall, to eat my delicious human filled meal!
A beast named Grendel has taken the Danes' peace and prosperity for twelve years by slaughtering them while they are sleeping.
I have come to fight Grendel unarmed to relieve the Danes from this terror.
When Beowulf, a young honorable hero, hears stories of the destruction brought by Grendel, he travels to the land of the Danes to help Hrothgar, the king of the Danes, defeat the beast.
Many heroes have died in the mead-hall trying to battle the monster, but I believe in you!
During the battle with Grendel, Beowulf rips Grendel’s arm, who then leaves the hall injured. Later, in the mead-hall, Beowulf holds up Grendel's arm in triumph.
Everyone is safe! Joy and peace is restored Herot Hall!
A new danger lurks in the darkness of Herot Hall. Grendel's mother, a grieving monster, seeks revenge for her son's death. Hrothgar begs Beowulf to fight Grendel's mother's, and Beowulf agrees. After a while, Beowulf finally kills Grendel's mother; he decapitates Grendel's corpse for all of the lives that Grendel has taken
The Danes will not be bothered by these beasts every again!
Fifty years later, Geatland faces the threat of a dragon. Beowulf, now the King of the Geats, is determined to fight it along with his men. The battle against the dragon is the first time fate is not in favor of Beowulf. Wiglaf, a young Geat soldier, stays to help Beowulf kill the dragon. After the dragon is slain, Beowulf isseverely injured.
Wiglaf! Please, inspect the dragon’s treasure and bring me a some of it, that death will be easier if I see the treasure I have liberated.
To honor Beowulf's last wishes, the Geats burn Beowulf's body and bury him in a cliff overlooking the sea with a massive treasure. The Geats are grieving, and they acknowledge their late King's generousity and loyalty to his people.
Beowulf, you will always be our hero! Thank you for your undeniable loyalty to us.