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Grendels Last Stand It all ends tonight This will be my last visit to the awful hall Heorot I will kill Hrothgar and all his men and this curse this tiresome misadventure of unnecessary brutality will finally cease to continue My heart is so broken so tired but not to worry my appeasement is coming soon Grendel entered the hall The room smelled of fear that subtle tinge of sweat heavy breath and accumulating urine Everything was so dark he liked it this way It hurt his heart immensely to kill as he did so not being able to see his victims made it so much easier to deal with As long as he was blind to their faces their pain was visionless also Grendel crawled along and saw to his right a figure hunched over in the corner whimpering and crying We know this man as Unferth Grendel swallowed hard and prepared to do what he had to he couldnt bear the curse that had been upon him since birth any longer If he didnt bring Hrothgar and his men to their demise he would feel the weight of his hideous existence for all time He hadnt asked for this pain he was paying for his parents treachery And so with that he attacked All went black in Grendels mind for a few moments He never knew what he was doing when he killed his soul just went numb Meanwhile out of Grendels mind bodies and blood spread throughout the hall Screams of pain and mercy echoed like a symphony written by the lovechild of Beethoven and Marilyn Manson At this moment Beowulf took the initiative and stepped into his role as savior and slayer Grendel awoke from his trance to feel the strong hands of Beowulf upon his arms His first instinct was an astonishment that probably put him in a more severe place of entrapment for he gave Beowulf a few
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