“No, it 's not Bill. It 's Chest-” He gasps and suckes in his final breath. Bill’s sword impales Chester’s chest, right through his heart. Bill pulls his sword out from his chest, using both hands to shake it free and Chester crumbles to the ground. Bill, unbelieving in what he just did, drops his sword with
“You ought to keep your weapon at the ready if you intend to use it.” Red-faced, the King drew his blade, trembling with embarrassment as much as anger. For almost an hour, the reckless, unorganized attack continued, till the ground and bulwark lay covered with the dead and slippery with blood. After several blasts on goat horns, the Nagun slipped away, leaving the land behind them crawling with their pitiless wounded. Out of bowshot, they milled about restlessly. “What are they doing?” Dathon asked.
In the movie Beowulf stabbed him with a knife, but he soon realized he had special skin; however, Beowulf dropped the knife and fought Grendel with his hands. In the book Beowulf didn’t use any weapon on Grendel at all. As the soldiers screamed in terror Beowulf noticed that Grendel’s ears were sensitive to sound. Beowulf swung on Grendel’s back and started to
“They outnumber us and we already lost too many,” explained Peter. As I escaped oblivion and reached my senses once again, the words of Mr. Washington flooded into my mind. “They could have thousands of soldiers, and we could have a meager hundred, but that means absolutely nothing!” After recollecting his words I persisted on staying. “General Washington told us that the number of troops is insignificant.” “They are not the stronger force, we are!” “Relinquishing our freedom is what we have been doing all our lives.” “We must fight back,” I proclaimed. The words I uttered seemed to raise the morale in our remaining militia.
The Persians fired all of their arrows at us, we tried to repel them but there were too many arrows to block. In the end Leonidas fell along with the rest of us, a statue of a lion was built at Thermopile as a dedication to our actions. I felt bad for Leonidas, his body was beheaded and crucified in
He fights without fear even though he believed before the battle started he would be killed. After the fight Henry is horrified by the sight of all the fallen soldiers. As the union troops regroup Henry attempts to see if any soldiers were scared but ends up irritating them. In the second battle Henry is surprised as the soldiers attack again
Who sent you? Never mind that, I will avenge my father and hang your lifeless body in my halls for all to see!” Armed with a sword, the brazen prince charged the mighty cyclops. Alas, even the greatest fighters may not match the skill and agility of a god! With a simple flick of the wrist, the giant knocked the prince’s sword from his strong grasp and jammed the weapon into the mortal’s throat, his life blood trickling down his bare chest like spilled wine. The shrieking Penelope stood no match against the god, as he ended her life with a simple knock to the head: a painless death for a fair
Sir Perceval Gales, clad in full plate armor, slashed his sword at his opponent with ferocity. “I will take you down,” threatened Perceval, breathing hard and advancing. His adversary lunged forward; Perceval feinted right, yet the rival’s blade whistled through the air and smashed into Perceval’s helmet with a shattering clang. Ears ringing and jarred from the solid blow, Perceval took blind swipes at his opponent until his sword connected with the man’s armor. Head still spinning, he was unsure which body part he’d struck; nonetheless, Perceval stumbled ahead, ready to take the opposer down, as promised.
The entire reason for this party was to defend the king and all those close to him from it, but there is no escaping the disease. The text states, “His vesture-was dabbed in blood-and his brow, with all the features with all the feature of a face, was besprinkled with the scarlet horror” Poe, 425). The Red Death was a “walking corpse” looking figure that appeared out of nowhere during the course of the party; and how instantly makes his way toward the block room. All those who attended the shindig secretly feared the moving figure as it made its way to the room. The king did not stand for this so he planned to kill the figure, but yet the figure killed him.
96). Curly is then enveloped in a state of rage that can not be changed, Curly has dedicated himself and the rest of the ranch hands to killing Lennie. George realizes the severity of the problem and is forced to make a quick decision that would save Lennie from an excruciating death. In the novel it says, “From the distance came the sound of men shouting to one another. George turned his head and listened to the shouts,” this shows the urgency of the situation and how the death of Lennie was impossible to veer from (pg.