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Grendel was a powerful demon According to the text he was a descendant of Cain He terrorized Denmark for over twelve years killing hundreds of men Grendel was evil by nature and never felt any remorse He attacked Heorot until it finally stood empty More than likely Grendel attacked the mead hall because he was jealous of the kings warriors because of their joy and close kinship He knew that he would never be able to assimilate into society because of his monstrous appearance To compensate he began to kill the men in the mead hall Grendel seemed invincible and could not be injured by swords or other weapons When he battled Beowulf he was stunned Beowulf fought Grendel with no weapons or armor He grabbed Beowulfs hand and they struggled throughout the hall Grendel was overwhelmed and in great pain He let out a blood-chilling wail the howl of a loser Finally Beowulf ripped Grendels arm completely off Grendel then ran to his lair to die Beowulfs second battle was with Grendels mother In order to avenge her sons death Grendels mother killed on of the kings closest friends Aeschere Beowulf swore to seek revenge for the murder After his speech Beowulf jumps into the water where Grendels mother grabs him and carries him off to her lair at the bottom of the lake In the monsters lair the fighting starts Beowulf finds that his sword will not injure the monster Suddenly Beowulf notices an old heirloom sword The weapon is so heavy that only Beowulf can lift it Beowulf is able to sever the creatures head He leaves the water carrying the head of Grendels mother Beowulfs final battle is with the dragon that has been ransacking his kingdom He tells his men to stay at the cave entrance because he wants to battle the dragon on his own Beowulf called to the dragon after dressing in his battle gear The dragon came
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