He directly asked Tybalt if he wanted to fight and even took out his own sword. They were in a public environment with many people around them and Tybalt would not want to look weak by not agreeing to fight, as well as the fact that he is angered by the comments made by Mercutio. Thus, leading them to fight and in return would lead to their deaths. Romeo intercepted quickly right as they began to fight because he
As soon as the rock hit, the dragon started looking for them Renda stabs the dragon in the back once then Bridgett also stabs him in the back. Renda took another stab at Nario but missed and fell to the ground at that moment Nario whipped around to face Renda. Bridgett panicked and began to throw stuff at the dragon and yell. Nario didn’t turn. Bridgett had to do something quick, she knew she couldn’t take the dragon on by herself.
In “The Lay of the Werewolf” by Marie de France, Bisclavret’s persona changes dramatically when he saw the knight at the king’s castle because Bisclavret is terrifying, vicious, and appalling afterwards. When Bisclavret saw the knight, he launched himself toward the knight and attempts to attack him by ripping him to shreds. Everyone in the king’s court and even the king were astonished by Bisclavret’s actions. It just wasn't like the docile and amiable Bisclavret everyone knew. Even though the king threatens Bisclavret, he still conspired to injure the knight.
After hearing this, they found a way to open the drawbridge and storm into the building. They were not alone because some members of the French guard were aiding the mob. The prison warren, eventually conceded after much time spent fighting. When the people entered the Bastille, some prisoners escaped and the warren was killed. The crowd was not able to find the ammunition for the weapons so they began to tear down the building.
The Witches words spark the conflict within the play. Words are also used to inspire people to bring an end to Macbeth’s tyrannical reign. King Duncan’s sons Malcom and Donalbain foresee the danger that Macbeth poses on their lives and they flee to England where they train an army to attack Macbeth at Dunsinane. When Macduff receives news that Macbeth has ordered for his family to be killed he is enraged with
Beowulf: The Final Battle Beowulf, lines 2824-2835, depicts the aftermath of the grand battle between Beowulf, also known as the Geatish hero, and The dragon, a gruesome and vengeful creature. To briefly summarize the occurrence; a slave enters a sleeping dragon’s barrow and steals one of his treasures, a golden cup. The dragon awakes to find his treasure cup missing. Engulfed with rage, the creature flies into the kingdom in order to seek revenge. The dragon spews flames burning down homesteads and ultimately causing distress among the men.
Or does there have to be more? Maybe music pumps you up, or the coaches speech before heading out onto the pitch. In the epic poem Beowulf, by an unknown author, he had to fight three human killing monsters, Grendel, Grendel’s mother and a fire breathing dragon. He was brave enough to stand up and kill each and every one of them. But what was his motivation to do
He charged into the hoard of men with his sword held high. He screamed a battle cry then ran into the hoard and ran out of sight from his father, who was watching from the castle’s tower. Arthur got worried when he couldn’t see his son but he knew where he was because of all the men falling around him. John Paul couldn’t see much in the hoard but neither could the enemies because they thought John Paul was their ally, that was until he swung his sword. John Paul had men falling to his left, right, in front of him, and behind him, he was harming anyone that came near him.
English ships quickly met them and relied on heavy cannon fire to significantly damage the Spanish Armada. In 1589, Queen Elizabeth ordered Drake to seek out and find and destroy any other remaining Spanish ships and help Portuguese rebels in Lisbon fighting against Spanish occupiers. The expedition instead sustained very major damage and taking many lives to the English Navy. Drake returned home and for the next several busied himself with the duty of being mayor of
Because of Arthur’s denial of Guinevere's affair with Lancelot, Mordred seizes his opportunity to accuse Guinevere, which causes Arthur to stage her “execution” and her rescue. Because of this, Gaheris and Gareth are placed in danger, and killed by Lancelot in his rampage, as well as many other soldiers who were only doing their duty. “” (White #) However, this has wider repercussions, and Mordred and Agravaine use Lancelot’s crime of “treason” to persuade some of the knights of the Round Table to follow his ideas. This culminates in a battle between his followers and Arthur’s, and ultimately ends in Arthur’s death, marking the end of his kingdom. “” (White #) All of Mordred’s actions would never have occurred if not for Guinevere’s affair.