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BEOWOLF SCRIPT- IN 30min Beowulf and fellow Danes gather to see comrades off -Boat leaving shore- -Beow is left to guard the horse -Beow In a land of monsters and magic there was a hero by the name of Beowulf He was known through out the lands as being the strongest warrior who feared nothing As a young powerful prince who with his mighty sword laid down the law in the land of the Danes FILL IN WITH WHY Beowulf was carried down to the oceans beach They loaded his shoulders with down with enough treasure to buy a small kingdom Enough weapons to start a small crusade and a food for their journey for it would be a long and hard one Beowulf and his warriors boarded their ice-clad vessel a boat suitable for such a warrior With the masses full he would travel far into the oceans Beow arrives in Greatland Grendel In this land there was a demon that haunted the lands Killing whatever came in its path with only one motive which was to kill off all the warriors in the Great Hall He struck only at night and had been doing so for quite some time It was the loud noises that came from the Great Hall that drew him there The banging of tables sing and rejoicing of the men seemed to drive his killing anger So when nightfall came and the men were drunk on their mead He would strike during their sleep garbing thirty men and dragged the butchered corpses them back to his lair When sunrise broke the aftermath of Grendles rampage was clear and the people mourned for theyre lost warriors Their leader was helpless against such an advicery He had some all in his power to stop this beast but with no prevail Grendel mercilessly struck night after night and seemed as if he could go on
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